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Women's Basketball Game, March 22, 2017.

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Kinesiology sophomore Kennedy McGovern goes up for 2 with 52 seconds on the clock of the first quarter March 22 in Candler. The Rangers played against the Northwest Vista College Wildcats but lost despite home advantage. The score was 71-58. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Men's Basketball Game, March 22, 2017.

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Kinesiology freshman Christopher Ferguson goes up for 2 against Northwest Vista College Wildcat defenders in the first quarter March 22 in Candler but misses the shot. The Rangers lost at home advantage 85-73. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Women's Volleyball Game, March 9, 2017.

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The Ranger’s volleyball team play a clapping game, as a team bonding exercise, while waiting for players from St. Philip’s college to arrive March 9 in Candler. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Ranger Basketball, March 8, 2017.

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Kinesiology freshman Christopher Ferguson jumps up for the shot knocking over St. Philip’s player Nick Garza March 8 at St. Philip’s College. Ferguson went to the free throw line adding a point to the scoreboard. The Rangers went home with a win 97-91. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

ASL Talent Show, March 4, 2017.

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Camille Baker, American Sign Language interpreter sophomore, performs with the ASL Glee Club to interpretation of the national anthem March 4 at the 10th annual ASL talent show in McCreless Theater. The ASL Glee Club started the show and later the Gleek Squad, an alumni ASL group, performed to the song “White Winter Hymnal” by Fleet Foxes. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Boxing practice, March 1, 2017.

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Kinesiology sophomore Samuel Martinez practices with the boxing team March 1 in Loftin. New student recuitment for the team will begin 4-6 p.m. March 20 in Loftin. Photo by Emily Garcia

Men's Basketball Game, March 6, 2017.

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Business sophomore Deron Taylor goes in for a shot against Our Lady of the Lake University March 6 in Candler Physical Education Center. The Rangers won 115-85. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

People this Week: March 6, 2017

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Justin Ramirez, deaf support specialist freshman, kicks his leg over Capoeira Luanda performer Rollie “Forguete” Rockett at the African Festival Feb. 23 in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. They were performing a Capoeira game, which is a form of Brazilian martial arts that combines dancing, fighting, acrobatics and music. The African Festival was part of Black History Month. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Men's basketball, March 1, 2017

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Engineering sophomore Fabian Chavarria and business sophomore Stockon Perry close in on defense on Palominos guard Lorenzo Fraga from Palo Alto College. The Rangers basketball team lost in the last 3 seconds of the game with a 36-foot-half-court shot from Palominos shooting guard Lamar Sterling. Palo Alto College beat The Rangers 89-88. The Rangers next game will be against OLLU at 8 p.m. March 6 in Candler. Photo by J. Del Valle

Women's Volleyball Game, Feb. 23, 2017.

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Psychology freshman Caitlyn Macias slide to the floor saving the ball on defense Feb. 23 in Candler. The Rangers women's volleyball team were defeated against the Pirates of Victoria College in three sets. Their next game will be against St. Philips College on March 9 in Candler at 7 p.m. Photo by J. Del Valle

People this week, Feb. 27. 2017.

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Building attendant Eva Mata asks Danny Trejo for an autograph Feb. 22 on the third floor of Fletcher. Trejo makes a cameo appearance in Daniel Ramos’ film “The Margarita Man.” The cast includes actors such as Anthony Guajardo, Renessa Sanders and Sebastian De La Cruz. Read the story on theranger.org. Photo by Noah Acevedo

Tornadoes strikes part of city, Feb. 21-22, 2017.

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Corey Bermea (in red shirt), San Antonio Credit Union Technology coordinator, and friends help him add a tarp to his house Feb. 21 after a tornado ripped his roof off the night of Feb. 19. Bermea said it took him 30 minutes to realize he was missing his roof because he was in shock. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

People this week, Feb. 20, 2017.

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Miranda Billman, Darren Pilc and Emily Zollner enjoy a carnival ride called Cliff Hanger, which requires the riders to lie down on a platform while gliding through the air Feb. 11 at the 68th annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. The three friends are sophomores at Ingleside High School in Ingleside. Photo by Michelle Delgado

San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, Feb. 11-13, 2017.

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Miranda Billman, Darren Pilc and Emily Zollner enjoy a carnival ride called Cliff Hanger, which requires the riders to lie down on a platform while gliding through the air Feb. 11 at the 68th annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. The three friends are sophomores at Ingleside High School in Ingleside. Photo by Michelle Delgado

Mens Basketball, Feb. 15, 2017.

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Business sophomore Deron Taylor attempting to block NLC forward Donovan Senegal at the rim Feb. 15 in Candler Physical Education Center main gym. The Rangers basketball team were defeated on home turf against NLC. The Rangers are ranked first place in the Texas Collegiate Club Sports League this season with a record of 7-3. Photo by J. Del Valle

Womens Volleyball, Feb. 9, 2017.

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Education freshman Spencer Wood on defense stance receive the ball from NVC Wildcats Feb. 9 in Candler. The Rangers volleyball team was defeated in three sets by Northwest Vista College. Photo by J. Del Valle

People this week, Feb. 14, 2017.

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The cast and crew of "Doubt: A Parable" rehearse Feb. 1 in McCreless for their production debut Feb. 16. The drama follows a nun who is the principal of a Bronc parochial school and suspects a priest of an improper relationship with a male student. Photo by Noah Acevedo

Men's basketball, Feb. 8, 2017.

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Criminal justice sophomore Steven Walter grabs the rebound away from a TAMUSA Jaguar Feb. 8 at Candler Physical Education Center main gym. The Rangers defeated the Jaguars 98-67. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Men's Basketball Game, Feb. 1, 2017

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Criminal justice sophomore Roscoe Parson and Education sophomore Adam Villanueva’s successful trap forces UIW guard Elijah Cortez into a turnover Feb. 1 in Gym 1 of Candler. Strong defensive efforts forced two overtimes and Villanuevas last second layup sealed the Rangers 111-110 victory. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Women's Basketball Game, Feb. 1, 2017

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UIW player Megan Lazaga defends business administration sophomore Daniella Aquirre Feb. 1. Aquirre goes to the line adding 2 points in the first quarter. The Rangers lost 68-48. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Martin Luther King Jr. March, Jan. 16, 2017

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Thousands of people peacefully march 2.75 miles in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 16 from Martin Luther King Jr. Academy to Pittman-Sullivan Park. At its 30th anniversary, San Antonio’s march is the largest in the nation with an estimated 300 thousand participants. Marchers brought out umbrellas and rain ponchos for light, intermittent rain showers throughout the event. Photo by Alison Graef

Back Yard Beast, Nov. 11, 2016

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Business administration sophomore Wyatt Furniss dismounts the climbing wall, while his teammates watch and catch their breath. The climbing wall was part of the Back Yard Beast obstacle course Nov. 11 on the tennis courts. The team completed the obstacle course in 25 minutes. Photo by Zachary-Taylor Wright

Ranger Basketball, Nov. 14, 2016

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Kinesiology freshman Charlie Lopez takes a charge and a knee to the face from SPC guard Wayne Ward during a regular season match up against St. Phillip’s College Nov.14 in Candler. The Rangers win a thriller 105-97. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Alamo Peaceful Protest Against Election Results, Nov. 11, 2016

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More than 300 people attended the Alamo Peaceful Protest Against The Election Results, which started at 9 p.m. Nov. 11 in front of the Alamo. The protest turned into a march twice around downtown. Photo by Aly Miranda

Men's Basketball Nov. 9, 2016

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Ranger post Jerry Samudio corrals rebound over OLLU guard Gabe Ramirez Nov. 9 in the Maybee gymnasium at OLLU. The Rangers won 116-95. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

People this Week Nov. 7, 2016

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Police academy cadet Cox instructs cadet Villarreal to keep her hands outside of the vehicle during a felony traffic stop simulation Nov. 2 on the fourth floor of the parking garage East of Chance. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Women's Basketball Nov. 2, 2016

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Nursing freshman Sheanna Carnes forces Pac guard Irene Ybarra into a turnover Nov. 2 in the Athletics & Aquatics Center at Palo Alto. Defense played a major role in the dominating 83-53 Ranger win. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Men's Basketball Nov. 2, 2016

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Ranger guard Tyreese Davis rises above PAC guard Carlos Flores for a quick 2 points as the game clock goes under 17 seconds in the first half Nov. 2 in the gymnasium at Palo Alto. The Rangers went into halftime with a tie and ended up losing a close game 93-90. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

People This Week, Oct. 31, 2016

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Math freshman Ingrid Zamora concentrates on painting her pumpkin for the decorating contest hosted by the Campus Activities Board Oct. 24 in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. There will be one winner for each category, creative/original, funniest and scariest, who will receive a Kindle Fire. The winners will be announced at Screamfest, this college’s Halloween festival 9 a.m.-2 p.m. today in the mall. Read the story online. Photo by Josue Hernandez

Women's Basketball Oct. 26, 2016

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Kinesiology freshman forward Kennedy McGovern and SWTJC freshman guard Natalie Varqulish fight for possession of the ball Oct. 26 in Gym 1 of Candler. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Men's Basketball Oct. 26, 2016

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Criminal justice sophomore Roscoe Parson capitalizes on SWTJC guard Josh Anderson’s turnover as he elevates for an easy fastbreak dunk Oct. 26 in Gym 1 of Candler. Parson finished with 13 points and three steals in the Rangers 85-75 win. Brandon A. Edwards

Flag football, Oct. 20, 2016

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Biology sophomore Christina Bolish checks if her team is ready for the next play during the second game of the evening between the “Wild Tusks” and “Harambe” Oct 20 at Olmos Basin Park. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week Oct. 24, 2016

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Business management freshman Bobbi Balfor listens to President Robert Vela as he answers her question about tuition increases at Pizza with the President Oct. 13 in the Fiesta Room. Students also complained about the inefficiency and level of helpfulness of academic advisers. Read the story online. Photo by Aly Miranda

Men's Basketball Oct. 19, 2016

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Broadcasting freshman Jackson Lyder, covered on all sides, passes to wide-open kinesiology freshman Gabriel Hilderbrand on the outside. The Rangers often move the ball around to find the open man on the outside for field goal attempts. Photo by William A. Peters

Mascarita 5k Run Oct. 15, 2016

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Students at this college stretch before an early morning race at the Mascarita Run 5k Oct. 15 on 10 10th St. Marisa Martinez, senior specialist for student success, organized the group for students who like to participate in running events. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

SACtacular Oct. 14, 2016

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The clubs of this college were out in full force selling drinks and snacks in the mall for the patrons who attended SACtacular Oct. 14. There were approximantely 2000 in attendance of the fourth annual SACtacular that brought in residents from the surrounding community, students, local buisnesses and bands. Photo by William A. Peters

Clothesline Oct. 12, 2016

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Sandra Nickelberry, Nontraditional Students Club president, and human resources freshman Caprice Diaz lead club members, students, and employees as they host the Clothesline Project Walk to honor survivors and victims of domestic violence Oct. 12 from the empowerment center to Loftin Student Center. As they marched across campus, the group chanted: Stop the violence/ No more silence. / On this day, we will unite/ To support and bring awareness / For those who are victimized. Photo by Zachary-Taylor Wright

People This Week Oct. 10, 2016

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Level 1 nursing student Daniella Martino observes Level 1 nursing student Angela Larkin measure air in a vile in Dr. Valerie Noel’s Professional Nursing Competencies class Oct. 4 in the nursing complex. To get the correct amount of pressure in the vile of insulin, students have to measure how much air is in the vile. The nurses were practicing medical administration — oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous and insulin. The nurses were also practicing how to mix long acting and practice insulins for patients. There is a shortage of nurses in Texas, which is also a national issue. In Texas by 2020, the vacancies of nurses will need to be filled. The nursing program here has 600 applicants, but fewer than 100 are admitted. Photo by Aly Miranda

Men’s basketball, Oct. 5, 2016

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Criminal justice sophomore Roscoe Parson muscles through defenders for the go-ahead layup Oct. 5 in the Cervera Wellness Center. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

Women's Basketball Oct. 5, 2016

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Psychology freshman Frankie Owens and business administration freshman Daniella Aguirre trap UIW’s Ariel Prieto after she recovers a defensive rebound Oct. 5 in the Cervera Wellness Center gym. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

People this week: Oct. 3, 2016

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Human services secretary Holly Matthews photographs the inside of a 1939 four-door Master Delux Chevrolet owned by Victor Stewart, owner of Stewart’s Customizing, at the annual Antojitos festival Wednesday in the mall. “I am a car freak. Antique, customized, I don’t care, I love them,” Matthews said. “The detail and restoration they put into them is just amazing.” The Antojitos festival was hosted by student life in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Photo by Alison Graef

People This Week, Sept. 26

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Senior dancer Camelia Watts and other dancers from the San Anotonio Dance Umbrella studio perform a Mexican dance called El Carretero for Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 20 in the Fiesta Room. Dancers from the San Antonio Dance Umbrella studio performed five Mexican and Spanish dances. The dancers are senior citizens ages 68 to 80. "I've taught them Middle Eastern dances," Chayito Champion, dance instructor, said. "They've all told me learning how to dance has helped them with their memories, motivated them to learn more about dancing and take other dance classes." Photo by Aly Miranda

People This Week Sept. 19, 2016

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Robert Chalk, Alamo City Pipes and Drums’ pipemage leads a procession during this college’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony as fire academy students stand in formation and wait to join the procession. Chalk was followed by the Alamo Colleges honor guard holding the colors, a fire engine, fire academy students, police vehicles and a hearse. The procession went from Candler to the 9/11 memorial marker in northwest of Chance. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

Canstruction- Sept.11, 2016

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This college’s chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students add cans as the Canstruction’s volunteer clean-up crew stops to admire Atlas Sept.11 in North Star Mall. Students arrived at North Star Mall at 7 a.m. to begin building Atlas. Photo by Brandon A. Edwards

9/11 15th anniversary rememberance ceremony

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Robert Chalk, Alamo City Pipes and Drums’ pipemage leads a procession during this college’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony as fire academy students stand in formation and wait to join the procession. Chalk was followed by the Alamo Colleges honor guard holding the colors, a fire engine, fire academy students, police vehicles and a hearse. The procession went from Candler to the 9/11 memorial marker in northwest of Chance. Photo by Kyle R. Cotton

People this Week Sept. 12, 2016

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Parkour Club President Edwin Velazquez demonstrates a flip Wednesday at the organizational showcase in the mall. The club has seven members and meets 12:30-1:30 p.m. Mondays in the craft room of Loftin. Photo by Alison Graef

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