Sergio Medina is a journalism senior and editor in chief for The Mesquite at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. He transferred from San Antonio College in December 2021, where he was editor for The Ranger student publication for four years. Sergio’s interest in journalism comes from a love in storytelling consisting of movies, video games, TV series, books and comic books. Upon completing his bachelor’s degree, Sergio aims to join the journalism ranks servicing the San Antonio community.
Dr. Salvador Hector Ochoa has been selected as sole finalist for president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio. The A&M Board of Regents unanimously approved Ochoa during their regular meeting Full Story »
For provost Mohamed Abdelrahman, the idea of class optimization doesn’t mean going into every class at Texas A&M University-San Antonio and changing the registration cap at random. It requires Full Story »
Interim President Linda Schott said she and A&M Chancellor John Sharp agreed on some priorities to take on during the presidential transition. As former president Cynthia Teniente-Matson departed in Full Story »
Internal communication is on the roster of priorities among faculty and staff at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, and the school is in the midst of streamlining the process. “Historically, Full Story »
The words “class optimization” — in other words, university administration resizing class enrollment — might already be familiar for some faculty at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Class sizes and Full Story »