Brigid Cooley is a junior Communications major at Texas A&M University-San Antonio and assistant editor for the Mesquite. Brigid received her associate of arts from Northwest Vista Community College in December of 2018. In her free time, she can be found performing original poetry and acting on stages around San Antonio. She is the founder of Page-to-Stage Theatre Co., an inter-generational theater group she hopes to turn into a non-profit organization.
A dozen Texas A&M University-San Antonio residents voiced concern over the lack of resident parking at the Residential Hall Association meeting Oct. 3 in Esperanza Hall. Christian Harmon, manager Full Story »
Texas A&M University-San Antonio will host “Gridiron 2019: Enemies of the State” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 in the campus auditorium. The annual production features San Antonio journalists, media Full Story »
A Texas A&M University-San Antonio student living at Esperanza Hall created a petition Sept. 4 to address residents’ concerns about residential parking space in Lot 1. Political science freshman Full Story »
More than 60 Texas A&M University-San Antonio students, faculty and staff wore somber expressions during the Patriot Day ceremony Sept. 11 outside Patriots’ Casa. Patriot Day is a national Full Story »