Gallery 7

SACtacular, Nov. 6, 2015

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Zoomagination animal trainer Lauren Inderbitzin shows off Sahra, the porcupine, to the crowd at SACtacular Nov. 6 in the mall area. Zoomagination hosted a live animal show every hour exhibiting exotic animals which included a snake, tarantula, and a sloth. Photo by Danielle Kelly

SACtacular Boxing Showcase - Nov. 6, 2015

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IT systems freshman Victor Garza scores a jab on liberal arts sophomore Victor Hernandez during the light heavyweight main event of SACtacular’s boxing showcase in Candler. Garza would go on to win by unanimous decision. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

Women's basketball - Nov. 4, 2015

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Kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis and Cowgirls post player Robin Hill exchange blows in an altercation that erupted in the fourth quarter of the Nov. 4 game between the Lady Rangers and the Cowgirls in Gym 1 of Candler. The game was forfeited with a score of 56-48 with the Rangers ahead. Photo by E. David Guel

Men's basketball - Nov. 4, 2015

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Kinesiology sophomore Derick Johnson dives for the ball in the second half of the Rangers victory over the Saints Wednesday at Our Lady of the Lake University. The Rangers’ pressure defense was consistent throughout the game. Photo by Alejandro Diaz

People this week - Nov. 9, 2015

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Federico Gonzalez-Vidal, fine arts sophomore and president of the Asian Pop Society, performs a dance routine with English sophomore Rosalva González Nov. 3 in the mall outside Loftin. The club will host a maid and butler cafe 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 10 in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. Cupcakes, curry, tea by Teavana and dance entertainment will be provided. Pre-sale tickets were $5 and regular priced tickets are $7. Photo by E. David Guel

Women's basketball - Oct. 28, 2015

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Psychology freshman Angel Charles defends Palominos Kendra Rainey from making a shot during the Rangers and Palominos game Oct. 28 in Gym 1. Charles scored 4 points during the game, and the Rangers won 68-48 for a record of 2-1. Photo by Hillary E. Ratcliff

People this week - Oct. 26, 2015

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A DeLorean replica sits out front for fans to pose with at the midnight release of the new “Back to the Future” comic series at Heroes & Fantasies Oct. 20. In the store, prizes were given out and artist Ninjalnk, Tim Lim, signed copies of the newly purchased comic. See story online. Photo by Danielle Kelly

Men's basketball - Oct. 21, 2015

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Business sophomore Deron Taylor struggles to keep a rebound as Cardinal guard Richard Hardy tries to strip it from his grasp. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

Women's basketball - Oct. 21, 2015

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Kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis drives past Cardinals guard Megan Lazaga in the first quarter of the Oct. 21 game between the Rangers and Cardinals in the Wellness Center at UIW. Solis scored 15 points, with 13 in the second half. The Rangers won 71-52. Photo by E. David Guel

People this week - Oct. 19, 2015

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Hillary Clinton, front-runner for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, thanks former Mayor Julián Castro, secretary of The Department of Housing and Urban Development, for his endorsement and thanks Latino supporters from San Antonio today at Sunset Station. Clinton addressed issues such as equal pay for women and the deportation of immigrants, saying, “Immigrants are vital to our economy.” Photo by Alyssa Zapata

Women's basketball - Oct. 14, 2015

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Kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis tears down a rebound among players from both teams in the third quarter of the Oct. 14 game against the Pirates in Gym 1 of Candler. Solis scored 6 points in the Rangers’ 62-53 defeat. The team wore pink headbands and warmup shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Photo by David Guel

People this week - Oct. 12, 2015

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Nursing sophomore Ashley Kaples attempts to walk in a straight line while wearing “drunk goggles” as SAPD Officer Washington Moscoso guides her during the Alcohol Awareness event Oct. 6 in the mall. “It really felt like I was drunk, like it was the real thing,” Kaples said. “Drunk goggles” manipulates eyesight to create a feeling of being intoxicated without having to consume alcohol. Photo by TiffanyAnne Bermea

People this week - Oct. 5, 2015

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Retired English Professor John Igo reads over “Easy Reference Guide for Symptoms” at the unveil- ing of the John Igo Health and Wellness Resource Center. Igo gave the book to Katie Dale (center right), resident programs director at Brookdale Hamilton Wolfe Senior Living, as a symbol of his donation of more than 250 medical books Sept. 23 in the Sun Room at Brookdale, 5331 Hamilton Wolfe Road. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

People this week - Sept. 28, 2015

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Business sophomore Puma Berboza does a corkscrew flip Sept. 23 in front of Parkour Club members between Loftin and the chemistry and geology building. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

People this week - Sept. 21, 2015

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Pre-nursing freshman Claire Amaya holds a human brain while Dr. Gail Taylor, associate director of STEM initiatives at the University of Texas at San Antonio, tells Amaya where to stand for a photograph during the STEMulate science showcase Sept. 16 in the mall. Amaya said the brain, which has been preserved for 40 years, was heavier than she thought it would be. Read the story online at theranger.org. Photo by Daniel Carde

9/11 Memorial Ceremony

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The Alamo College Police Department’s color guard leads President Robert Vela and bystanders to the 9/11 remembrance site. The Sept. 11 procession began by the chemistry and geology and Candler and ended in front of the memorial where the crowd observed a moment of silence for the victims of the terrorist attacks. Photo by Danielle Kelly

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