Cynthia Herrera is currently a senior at Texas A&M University-San Antonio pursuing a communications with a minor in sociology. She’s obtained two associates degrees from San Antonio College, one in journalism and the other in photography. While at SAC, she was selected be Assistant-Managing Editor and then Editor of The Ranger newspaper where she was jack of all trades, juggling writing, videography and photography. She is proud of her roots as they lead her to her Mayan heritage. Her mother and grandparents are from the small town of Halacho, Yucatan. She’s attempting to learn the Mayan language from her grandparents. She’s broken down barriers by becoming the first in her family to attend and graduate from a university. She longs to live her life telling other people’s life stories using video and photography as her medium. Her biggest dream is to eventually travel the world and then travel in a Volkswagen camper with her camera in hand and her dog, June, by her side. In her spare time she enjoys antique and vintage shopping with her family, scavenging her way through small towns in search of hidden treasures.
The 2nd annual Mission Reach Flotilla Fest took place at the Mission County Park pavilions on April 8. Flotilla Fest included costume contests, watercraft decorating contests, food vendors and Full Story »
The restoration efforts of Hemisfair Park came closer to fruition March 23 when two new designated park streets opened to the public. Hemisfair Boulevard and East Nueva Streets are two low-speed roads open for foot and Full Story »
The San Antonio Police Department’s (SAPD) bomb squad conducted training this morning at the training academy on the city’s South Side. In response to a public information request, Sergeant Full Story »