BY JEANINE BIGGS For a lot of people, college means adjustment. Whether that be moving away from mom and dad or living with strangers for the first time, adjusting to new surroundings is difficult. As far as students at UT and other universities around the country, often times going away to school means moving a […]
BY JEANINE BIGGS The Spartans Volleyball season came to an end on Thursday, Nov. 30. The women closed out their season with a loss to The University West Florida in the National College Athletics Association South Regional Tournament in Lakeland, Florida. The first round loss against the #17 ranked Argonauts ended the Spartan’s post season […]
by CLAUDIA GUERRERO Students living in the Palm Apartments were ordered to evacuate the building at 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 14. Students say there was an unpleasant smell coming from the hallways of the building, originating from the air vents. Abby Dohrmann, sophomore new media production major, who lives on the second floor of Palm, […]
Multimedia Reporter Alejandro Rivera and Balance UT shows us how to breathe through the stress that is about to come with Final Exams!
By LUCIANO PERDOMO We explored Old Havana and walked along El Malecon, Havana’s version of Bayshore for several hours. The streets were full of artisan shops, botanicas (pharmacies), and bars and restaurants. The sight that stuck out to me the most was that of ignorant Yankees (Americans) wearing Che shirts and olive-green hats with a […]