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Fotoseptiembre: Sept. 6, 2018

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Fotoseptiembre director Michael Mehl takes a photo of interpreting services manager Jo Hilton next to her photo “Generational Hands” Sept. 6 during the Gathering Moments exhibit opening reception on the fourth floor of Moody. This exhibit is one of many exhibits in this city participating in Fotoseptiembre, which celebrates photography throughout September. For information about Fotoseptiembre, visit www.fotoseptiembreusa.com . Hilton also displayed “He Smiles,” which shows a baby elephant smiling. Brianna Rodrigue

Volleyball bash: Sept. 5, 2018

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Brittany Norwood, computer support specialist freshman, sets the ball for her teammate Sept. 5 in the mall during the third annual volleyball bash. Norwood said it was great to play volleyball in between classes. The Campus Activities Board hosted the event and provided water bottles for the players. Brianna Rodrigue

Weeks of Welcome: Aug. 28, 2018

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Rudy Cuellar, volunteer at the Bible Chair Church of Christ, prepares sausages for students Aug. 28 at West Dewey and Lewis. The church will be giving away free sausage wraps, green beans, salad, paletas, tea and water today until 2 p.m. Director Mike Forster said the church has seven computers, free printing, wifi, non-professional counseling, and a food pantry open to students 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday. The church also offers a women's bible study 1-2 p.m. Wednesdays, men's Bible study 1-2 p.m. Mondays and lunch devotionals at noon Thursdays. Deandra Gonzalez

Student Convocation: Aug. 21, 2018

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Spanish professor Julie Winkler plays bean bag toss and makes one point winning a Mobile SAC t-shirt Aug. 21 in McAllister while waiting for convocation to start. Brianna Rodrigue

Board Meeting: Aug. 14, 2018

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District 4 trustee Marcelo Casillas asks Dr. Harold Whitis, district director of student financial aid, what the penalty is for not using all of the campus-based government funding during the fiscal year at the board of trustees committee of the whole meeting Aug. 14 in Killen. Whitis said it is not a penalty, and the government will withhold the amount unused from the next fiscal year’s funding. V. Finster

People This Week: July 30, 2018

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Administrative service specialist Lydia Flores Gerth smiles at retired AT&T employee Charles Gerth after their first kiss as Mr. and Mrs. Gerth July 25 at the Methodist Student Center chapel. About 25 staff, faculty and students attended. They met in 1983 and started dating 10 years ago. Campus activities coordinator Carrie Hernandez planned the wedding with help from student life and new student orientation. “Y’all did so much for us,” Gerth said. “Y’all didn’t have too, but we really appreciate it.” Their favorite restaurant, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, catered their wedding. Gerth said they eat there about 10 times a month. Four waiters, who they call their Carrabba’s children, paid for the catering. Brianna Rodrigue

Board Meeting: July 24, 2018

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The board of trustees votes for board chair, vice chair, secretary and assistant secretary at the regular board meeting July 24 in Killen. The board voted District 4 trustee Marcelo Casillas board chair, District 1 trustee Joe Alderete vice chair, District 3 trustee Anna Bustamante secretary and District 9 trustee Joe Jesse Sanchez assistant secretary. V. Finster

Board Meeting: July 17, 2018

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Citizen Angie Garcia of District 7 demands a recount at the special Alamo Colleges board of trustees meeting June 27 at Killen. A recount can only be requested after unofficial results are made official. The board motioned to approve the unofficial results moments earlier. There were 16 illegible ballots that were excluded from the vote count. There is a 48-hour window to demand a recount along with a recount fee of $100 per precinct. V. Finster

Pride Fest and Parade: June 30, 2018

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Jared Phillips, computer science junior at the University of Texas at San Antonio, sings “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from the movie “Mulan” June 30 at the “Pride Bigger Than Texas” festival at Crockett Park. Bath Planet had a booth with a shower, a karaoke machine and information about their business. Brianna Rodrigue

Families Belong Together Rally: June 30, 2018

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Texas Congressman Llyod Doggett speaks at the Families Belong Together Rally June 30 at San Fernando Cathedral. Doggett encouraged people to continue their support in ending separation of migrant families and small steps, such as a yard sign or bumper sticker, make a difference. V. Finster

People This Week: May 8, 2018

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Liberal arts freshman Sharon Gygax manicures her nails during Spa Day May 2, hosted by the Campus Activity Board in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. Students were also treated to free 10-minute massages. Monica Avila Edman

De Valero Founders Day at San Pedro Springs: May 1, 201

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Ricky Reyes, author of “Texas First: Prayer, the Four Directions of the Universe Prayer,” performs the Four Directions ceremony May 1 at San Pedro Springs Park. Kimberly Caballero

Student Life Fun Fest: April 25, 2018

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Criminal justice freshman Daniel Rodriguez faces off against game development freshman Kevin Hubbard while participating in the Sac Hunger games during Fun Fest hosted by the Office of Student Life and Sp by the Campus Activities Board April 25 in the mall. Shamar Mims

People This Week: April 30, 2018

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Ranger editor Kimberly Caballero and videographer J. Del Valle interview Richard "Cheech" Marin, actor, author and Chicano art collector, at a press conference before the SAC Fiesta Brunch, "Chilaquiles con Cheech," April 25 at Hotel Emma. Deandra Gonzalez

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Washington D.C. Gun Reform Rally: April 20, 2018

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High school students from Montgomery County, MD, march from The White House to Capitol Hill for gun reform rally on the 19 anniversary of the Columbine school shooting April 20 in Washington D.C. Digitally altered to avoid profanity. V. Finster

Beat the Beast challenge April 13, 2018

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Gym Class Heroes won the women category at Backyard Beast April 13 at the tennis courts. The team included liberal arts sophomore Stacy Maddox, nursing junior Samantha Ybarra, nursing senior Brandee Lowery and kinesiology junior Melissa Pedroza. The team won with a time of 34:88. Lorena Torres Romero

Women's Basketball Semifinal Playoff Game: April 14, 2018

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Business administration sophomore Daniella Aguirre shoots over two University of the Incarnate Word defenders April 14 at UIW. Aguirre scored 8 points in the game. Brianna Rodrigue

Women's Basketball Game: April 11, 2018

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Kinesiology freshman Celeste Arriaga is fouled during the first half against Southwest Texas Junior College April 11 in Gym 1 of Candler. Arriaga was sent to the free-throw line and added 2 points. She finished the game with 22 points. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: April 16, 2018

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Morgan Carpenter, mechanical engineering sophomore and Motorsport Team mechanical team member, drills a hole to the bottom of the hydrogen fuel-cell car to make corrections on the plate April 10 in the MESA center before a test run in the parking garage. The Motorsport Team will be competing at the Shell Eco-marathon in Sonoma, Cali. April 19-22. Brianna Rodrigue

Boxing: April 6, 2018

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Kinesiology sophomore Allen Padilla celebrates as he is announced the winner by a unanimous decision against Victor Baca, Texas State exercise and sports science junior, at “Fite Nite” April 6 at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in San Marcos. Padilla was the only winner from this college’s boxing club. Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week: April 9, 2018

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Math sophomore Ingrid Zamora, business management freshman Bobbi Balfour, and art freshman Marina Ramirez help fundraise and promote the 2018 Asian Pop Festival April 2 in the mall. Balfour says the main reason for this festival and club is to “spread cultural awareness of different asian cultures through dance.” Shamar Mims

People This Week: April 2, 2018

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Edwin Velasquez, psychology sophomore and president of San Antonio College Parkour Club, practices running up a wall and flipping March 27 at the Carrige House on the Bennett Estate. Velasquez founded the club in Fall 2014. For more information, contact Velasquez at 210-618-8592. Shamona Wali

Boxing Club: March 26, 2018

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Adelita Vecera, accounting junior at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and social work sophomore Sinai Vidal wrap their hands for protection at boxing practice March 26 in Loftin. The boxing club meets 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday on the second floor of Loftin Student Center. Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week: March 26, 2018

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Maria Antonietta Berriozabal, former San Antonio City Council representative and social justice advicate spoke to the men and women from the Services for Woman and Non traditional Students, also known as SWAN March 21 at the VAC. Participants have gotten or will get their GED to begain taking classes here in the fall. S.M. Huron-Dixon

People This Week: March 5, 2018

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Architecture freshman Ashley Perez secures her project onto a large display March 7 in Chance. The display is a collaboration of works from four Design 2 classes in the architecture department. V. Finster

SPJ Region 8 Conference 2018

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The San Antonio College chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists members sit behind the anchor desk for a group photo, kicking off the Region 8 Conference March 2 at Univision. V. Finster

Men's Basketball Game: March 7, 2018

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Criminal justice freshman Mike Merchant, guard for The Rangers, drives in for a layup over a Northeast Lakeview Nighthawks defender March 7 in the wellness center at Northeast Lakeview College. Lorena Torres Romero

Men's and Women's Basketball Games: March 5, 2018

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Civil engineering sophomore Breanna Sifuentes goes up against Northwest Vista College Wildcat’s players and grabs a rebound March 5 in Gym 1 of Candler. Sifuentes scored 4 points. The Rangers lost to the Wildcats 73-67. Brianna Rodrigue

Women's March: March 3, 2018

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Isabella Alvarado, a fifth grader at Olmos Elementary, walks alon with Erica Elizarraraz, president of Somos Chicanx, liberal arts major Jessica Lopez and criminal justice major Amanda Garza at NorthWest Vista, and Bianca Sapet, the staff program coordinator of student success at Northwest Vista March, 3 at the 28th International Women’s Rights March. Sapet leads her group along the march with the vision that “Women have a voice and should take a stand. Shamar Mims

People This Week: Feb. 26

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Nursing freshman Ryan Rodriguez and kinesiology freshman Sandor Valero dodge balls thrown at them by “Team X” at the dodgeball tournament Feb. 22 in Candler. Rodriguez and Valero, who played for the “Big Ballers,” won first place and beat out three other teams; the “Sac Rangers,” “Team X” and “Smoke & Mirrors.” The cost to play was two canned goods, which were donated to this college’s food pantry. Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week: Feb. 19

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Somos Chicanx President Erika Elizarraraz leads the club in a vote to create a lotería-themed booth at Ranger Con Feb. 19 at a club meeting in Chance. The club advocates for social justice through compassion, understanding, education and tolerance. Ranger Con is a club gathering hosted by the Campus Activities Board March 27 in the mall. Clubs will have anime or comic-themed booths. Somos Chicanx meetings are at 3 p.m. Monday in Room 100 of Chance. Lorena Torres Romero

Men's Basketball Game: Feb. 21

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The Rangers defeat the Trinity University Tigers 84-69 Feb. 21 8 p.m. in Webster Gymnasium. Brianna Rodrigue

United San Antonio Pow Wow: Feb. 17

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Andrew De Luna from the Taos Pueblo Tribe of the Navajo Nation performs the Eagle Dance at the 20th annual United San Antonio Pow Wow Feb. 17 at Mission County Park #1. The Navajo believe the eagle can take their thoughts and prayers to the Great Above and bring the blessings back to Earth. V. Finster

Basura Bash: Feb. 17

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The 24th annual Basura Bash, the largest single-day waterway clean up in Texas Feb. 17 at Alazan Creek. Volunteers from churches, schools and the Dellview Area Neighborhood Association clean up trash and litter. Laura Gonzales

People This Week: Feb. 12

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Law enforcement building off of San Pedro and West Park lot 29 being destroyed feb. 10 by Dana Delao project manager for Hansco. Laura Gonzales

San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Feb. 10, 2018

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Four Potbelly pigs representing four universities race cheering onlookers Feb. 10 at the rodeo. “Oklahoma Sooners” came in first, winning the grand prize of Oreo treats while “Texas A&M” placed second with third and forth going to “Texas Longhorns” and “Texas Tech Red Raiders” respectively. Josh Garcia

People This Week: Feb. 5

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Architecture sophomores Romeo Perez and Ilmar Gonzalez examine Perez’s study model to see how it looks inside the base model Feb. 5 in Chance. The Design 4 class had to make a contemporary infill building model of a showroom and studio for the Kallison block adjacent to city hall and the Bexar County Justice Center. Students had to reflect this city’s culture, history, character and climate within their model. Brianna Rodrigue

Men and Women's Basketball Games: Feb. 7

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St. Philips Tiger vs SAC's women basketball Feb. 7, 2018 at Candler. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Jan. 29

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Professor Debra Schafter of visual arts speaks, standing, with the Student Activity Fee Committee Feb. 1 in the employee lounge in Loftin. The committee listened as different clubs asked for funding, and the committee asked questions about proposals. V. Finster

Cowboy Breakfast: Jan. 26

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Locals watch, photograph and dance to Clay Hollis’ performance at the 40th annual Cowboy Breakfast Jan. 26 at Cowboys Dancehall. The cowboy breakfast kicks off the 2018 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and raises scholarship funds for local students. Lorena Torres Romero

Women's March: Jan. 20, 2018

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Sisters Marie Whittington, Rebecca Pacini and Karen Paskos-Baker, pose for a photo taken by 7-year-old Brodie Whittington at the Women's March Jan. 20 at Main Plaza. The sister’s participated in the Austin Women’s March in January 2017. V. Finster

MLK March: Jan. 15, 2018

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Participants begin the 2.75-mile walk for the MLK march Jan. 15, which began at the Martin Luther King Jr. Academy and ended at Pittman-Sullivan Park. Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week: Jan. 15, 2018

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Melissa Flores-Valencia, senior coordinator of student success, leads the weeks of welcome event Jan.18 at the empowerment center. Flores discusses upcoming events, campus resources and scholarship opportunities. Lorena Torres Romero

MLK Dream Week: 2018

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Poet Emanuelee Bean from Houston cites an original poem at the 11th annual Youth Summit Jan. 13 at St. Philips. Emanuelee “Outspoken” Bean is a performance poet, writer and an educator. Bean travels the country performing his original works and inspiring creative minds. Lorena Torres Romero

Academic Success Kick Off: Jan. 11, 2018

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Math Professor David Chavera spins a prize wheel at the SAC Tech Store table at “Academic Success Kick Off" Jan. 11 in Moody. Chavera won a microfiber cloth. Staff and faculty were able to learn about the different organizations providing services to them and students at this campus as well as win prizes and receive free goodies. Brianna Rodrigue

Welcome Back Gathering: Jan. 10, 2018

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President Vela welcomes faculty and staff during a “Welcome Back Gathering” Jan. 10 in Loftin. Attendees had breakfast while Vela and other speakers presented key topics for the spring semester. Nicole M. Bautista

MLK Through The Years

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Bexar County Judge Nelson W. Wolff, District 10 City Councilman Mike Gallagher, San Antonio Mayor Ivy R. Taylor, District 2 City Councilman Alan E. Warrick II and District 1 City Councilman Roberto C. Trevino pose at the MLK March near the Interstate 10 overpass on Martin Luther King Drive Jan. 16. The march consisted of many groups advocating for civil rights. This years march starts at 10 a.m. Jan. 15 beginning at the MLK, Jr. Academy and ends at Pittman-Sullivan Park, 1101 Iowa. Noah Acevedo.

Night Walk: Dec. 13, 2017

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Christopher Hernandez, patrol supervisor of the Alamo Colleges Police Department, talks with Janae Johnson, coordinator of college risk management, and Student Government Association officers about the dark at Belknap and West Dewey during a night walk Dec. 13. The dark sidewalk on Belknap and the dark area near the dumpsters north of Loftin are major concerns. Hernandez said his officers do a weekly check on all lights around campus. Deandra Gonzalez

People This Week: Dec. 13, 2017

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Architecture freshman Jeremiah Johnson stocks food Dec. 5 at the student advocacy center store. The store in Room 326 in Chance is for students, faculty and staff at this college who are in need of food and clothes. Items are free and shoppers can pick up two bags of groceries twice monthly. The store’s hours of operation are 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday. Natalie Harris

Women's Basketball Game: Dec. 4, 2017

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Kinesiology freshmen Celeste Arriaga and Destiny Solis try to double team Darias Whittington, Coastal Bend Cougar player, but she passed the ball to a teammate Dec. 4 in Candler. The Rangers lost their last home game 44-91. Brianna Rodrigue

Men's Basketball Game: Dec. 4, 2017

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Psychology freshman Hyshone Fisher goes through Schreiner University defense and makes a layup adding points to the board in the first half Dec. 4 in Candler. The Rangers won their last home game of the semester 78-74. They will play their last game against University of the Incarnate Word Dec. 6 at UIW in the wellness center. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Dec. 5, 2017

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Theatre and dance sophmore Antonie Diaz along with other students from the dance program practice for their recital “Works in Progress” Nov. 30 in Candler. This dance piece was choreographed by dance sophomore Amanda Flores. Lorena Torres Romero

Turkey Giveaway and Angel Tree: Nov. 17, 2017

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Student success specialist Henry Castillo and senior specialist Roy Huron select names off the Angel Tree at the Staff Senate turkey giveaway and Angel Tree event Nov. 17 in the faculty and staff lounge in Loftin. The Staff Senate created an Angel Tree to provide gifts to Beacon Hill Elementary School students this holiday season. To contribute a gift, pick up a student’s name at Room 207 of Moody or Room 260A of Loftin. Deadline for contributions is Dec. 8. Lorena Torres Romero

People This Week: Nov. 20, 2017

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Art sophomore Ashley Bueno used recycled Ranger newspapers, wood and red spray paint to create chroma form for a 3D design class Nov. 9 in visual arts. Chroma form explores the purity or intensity of a color in the shape of a structure. Nicole M. Bautista

"This Above All" Rehearsal: Nov. 14, 2017

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Sophomores Deana Castillo and Taina Barrera and junior G’Von Morton of Travis Early High School take the STAAR test at a reheasal for the play “This Above All” Nov. 14 in McCreeless. Alison Vasquez, play director and drama professor, says teachers in Texas are judged on students’ grades. Vasquez feels that arts in Texas school districts are being lost to “produce positive test results.” Opening night of the show is 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16, 17 and 18 in McCreless. General admission is $10 and $5 for Alamo Colleges students, faculty, staff, military and seniors. Deandra Gonzalez

Veterans Day Ceremony: Nov. 9, 2017

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President Robert Vela laughs with Sammy Martinez, commander of Chapter 25 of Disabled American Veterans in this city, after the Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 9 in the mall. Vela thanked Martinez for attending the ceremony and for his service in the Navy. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Nov. 8, 2017

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Architecture freshman Bijaan Jaiwani slides cardboard between another piece of cardboard for his three-dimensional assignment for Professor Michael Connor’s Architecture Design 1 class Nov. 8 in Chance. Connor said the students are testing their ability to think in three dimensions and are learning how to create a symmetrical balance with a primary space and focus on all sides. Brianna Rodrigue

Men's and Women's Basketball Games: Nov. 8, 2017

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The Rangers transition to 3-on-2 defense with digital arts freshman Damani Jerrols guarding Jarvis Chappell, general studies freshman at Southwest Texas Junior College at a men’s basketball game Nov. 8 in Candler. The Rangers lost to SWTJC 75-62. J. Del Valle

Men's Basketball Game: Nov. 6, 2017

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Kinesiology freshman Jordan Mayorga, sports management freshman Eric Brehm and psychology freshman Hyshone Fisher triple-team Cole Jackson, business junior at Trinity University, Nov. 6 in Candler. Jackson passed the ball to a teammate, but the Rangers managed to get the ball back. The Rangers lost 72-81, giving Trinity their first win of the season. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Nov. 6, 2017

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RB demolition worker Thomas Cruz saws the links of a fence north of Loftin Nov. 3. Cruz was hired by this college to remove the fence around the patio area north and west of Loftin to create a more open environment for students. Aaron Garcia

Day Of The Dead: Nov. 2, 2017

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Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez, assistant professor, program coordinator and head of visual arts at Our Lady of the Lake University, preforms a cleansing ritual on Pauline B., American sign language and interpreter sophomore, at a Day of the Dead celebration Nov. 2 in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. In the ritual, smoke from copal resin, a tree found in Central America, is blown on and around the student. V. Finster

Screamfest: Oct. 31, 2017

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Accounting freshman Jonathan Zambrano struts down the walkway as a cop Oct. 31 during the Halloween costume contest at Screamfest in the mall. Students and staff were invited to participate. In the student contest, there were three categories including, the scariest, the funniest and the most creative. In the staff contest, there was first-, second- and third-place winners with two honorable mention awards. Brianna Rodrigue

Around Campus: Oct. 31, 2017.

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Engineering sophomore Andrea Mills works on architecture homework while dressed as the character Georgie from the movie “It” based on the novel by Stephen King north of chemistry and geology. Mills said she dressed up for Halloween Oct. 30 because she will not come to campus Oct. 31. Natalie Harris

Men's and Women's Basketball Game: Oct. 25, 2017

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Psychology freshman Hyshone Fisher fights through contact to successfully attempt a layup Oct. 25. Hyshone generated 8 points, but The Rangers would face a loss against The Palominos 90-103. Aaron Garcia

People This Week: Oct. 23, 2017.

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Music sophomore Savannah Garcia paints a picture of Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla during a pumpkin decorating contest hosted by student life Oct. 25 in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. The winner will be announced at Screamfest. Thirty-one students participated in the contest, and three winners will recieve a Kindle Fire. Jewelz Pope

Siclovia: Oct. 22, 2017.

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Zumba student Ivan Juarez, dances alongside his instructor Lorena Luna, Oct. 22 at Síclovia. The two led a 30-minute Zumba class, engaging the community in outdoor exercise. V. Finster

Kayaking: Oct. 21, 2017.

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Criminal justice freshman Kelcea Hawkins kayaks the second, and final, chute of a two-mile kayaking excursion Oct. 21 at Espada Park. Hawkins was one of the only students to successfully navigate her way through the chute without assistance. V. Finster

SACtacular: Oct. 20, 2017.

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Acelynn Sepulveda and Jordan Foster participate in the inflatable bungee run race at the fifth annual SACtacular Oct. 20. Lorena Torres Romero

Women's Basketball Game: Oct. 23, 2017.

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Endia Peterson, kinesiology sophomore at St. Philip’s College, and kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis dive for a loose ball that Solis lost after Peterson went for the steal Oct. 23 at SPC health and fitness center. Solis got repossession of the ball. The Rangers lost their third game 77-72. The Ranger’s next game will be 6 p.m. Oct. 25 at Palo Alto College aquatic and athletic center. Brianna Rodrigue

Men's Basketball Game: Oct. 23, 2017.

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Liberal arts freshman Chancelor Whigham passes two St. Philip’s College defenders and adds 2 points to the board in the second half Oct. 23 at SPC health and fitness center. The Rangers went home with a 95-89 loss. The Ranger’s next game will be 8 p.m. Oct. 25 at Palo Alto College aquatic and athletic center. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Oct. 16, 2017.

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Theater Adjunct Alison Vasquez performs a solo show “La Flor de la Canela,” she wrote and directed Oct. 12 in McCreless. Vasquez played three characters, sending a message to the audience to take pride to live in a Mexican culture. Vasquez played her character’s stories La Aubela, La Nena and the Buchaca, asking themselves, “Who am I?” Analisa Sanchez

Women's Basketball Game: Oct. 18, 2017.

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Kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis dribbles through five Victoria College players to score during the second game of the season Oct. 18 in Candler. The Rangers won the game 61-59. The next game is 6 p.m. Oct. 23 at St. Phillip’s College in the gym at the health and fitness center. Natalie Harris

Men's Basketball Game: Oct. 18, 2017.

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Bryant Wolf, liberal arts sophomore at Victoria College, passes by three Ranger players and adds 2 points to the board from a reverse layup in the beginning of the second half Oct. 18 in Candler. The Rangers lost their second game of the season 154-71. Brianna Rodrigue

Dodgeball tournament: Oct. 12, 2017.

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Kinesiology freshman Lillie Freeman from team Needs a Team dodges balls thrown by business freshman Andrew Carlisle and kinesiology freshman Sandor Valero from team Not in the Face at a dodgeball tournament Oct. 12 in Candler. Team Not in the Face won first place, defeating six other teams. Deandra Gonzalez

Men's Basketball Game: Oct. 11, 2017

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Psychology freshman Hyshone Fisher knocks the ball away from Marcus Perez, kinesiology senior at UIW, but loses the free ball to Christian Ritter, general business junior at UIW, Oct 11. in Candler. Ritter grabbed it before it went out. The Rangers won 90-87 at the home opener. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Oct. 9, 2017

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David Esquivel, physical therapy sophomore and Regulators player, tries to run pass two Gunners players, business real estate freshman Samuel Chavarria and business administration sophomore Jamal Rouse, but gets his flag ripped off by Chavarria during a 7-on-7 flag football game Oct. 5 at Olmos Basin Park. The Gunners lost to the Regulators 56-0. The office of student life hosted the 7-on-7 flag football game and the next game will be 4-7 p.m. Oct. 12 at Olmos. Male and female students can sign up to play in the office of student life. Brianna Rodrigue

Window shattered in Candler: Oct. 11, 2017

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Sam Casey, men’s basketball coach, tells Alamo College Patrolman Miguel Martinez that he doesn’t feel respected by the police Oct. 11 in Candler during halftime of the first home game. Casey wanted to wait until after the game to investigate but the police demanded it be done immediately or the Rangers would have to forfeit the game. Rob Trevino, at center, is the building ops supervisor at Candler. Brianna Rodrigue

Olympic-Style Boxing: Oct. 11, 2017

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Justin Tipton, electrical engineering and plasma physics sophomore, jabs engineering sophomore Francisco Cardona in his headgear Oct. 11 during the 14th annual Olympic-Style Boxing event in the mall. Tipton won the match. This was the first time either had boxed at this college. The office of student life hosted the event, which according to the numbers from Carrie Hernandez, senior student success specialist, the event cost $4,050. Practices are 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday in the craft room of Loftin, but to participate, students must be enrolled in at least six hours with a 2.0 GPA. Brianna Rodrigue

Women's Basketball Game: Oct. 4, 2017

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Forensic science freshman Acelynn Sepulveda tries to dribble through two UIW Cardinals but gets trapped in double team defense, which results in losing the ball Oct. 4 in the Cervera Wellness Center gym. The women's basketball team won 62-46. Brianna Rodrigue

Men's Basketball Game: Oct. 4, 2017

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Criminal justice sophomore Steven Walters goes up for the jump ball against Cristian Bermea, general business sophomore at UIW, Oct. 4 in the Cervera Wellness Center gym. The Rangers lost to the Cardinals 80-76 at UIW. Brianna Rodrigue

People This Week: Oct. 9, 2017

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Adeline Ybarra, 2, daughter of biology preprofessional sopohmore Jennifer Ybarra watches “Wonder Woman” at a screening hosted by the campus activities board Sept. 29 in Loftin. Popcorn, cucumbers with Tajin, snack mix and nachos were for sale, and 40-50 people attended the event. The event was free for students at this campus and $1 for community members. Natalie Harris

"The Diary of Anne Frank": Oct. 2, 2017

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Drama freshmen Elyse Herrera, Alyssa Gomez, and Arianna Angeles, and drama sophomore Seth Casias practice scenes for “The Diary of Anne Frank” Oct. 2 in McAllister auditorium. Charles Falcon, theater professor and director, said the cast has been rehearsing for three weeks. The play opens at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 and will run through Oct. 22. Admission with a SAC ID is $5, other colleges or military is $8 and general admission is $10. Deandra Gonzalez

Scenes from "Adelita": Sept. 28, 2017

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Volunteer Juan Guajardo and Keli Rosa Cabunoc, a student from UTSA majoring in bicultural studies, participate in scene readings Sept. 28 in McCreless. Cabunoc’s character, Delores Deleon, plays a lawyer who grew up in the barrio. Guajardo plays a police officer, Don Sandoval, who wants to influence men from the barrio. Both characters work together and stand for justice. Showings will be at Jump-Start 7 p.m Oct. 21-22 and Oct. 28-29, at Jump-Start Production Co. 710 Fredericksburg, tickets are $10. Analisa Sanchez

People this Week: Sept. 18, 2017.

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Club adviser Robert Vaughn and community volunteer Giovanni Ramirez participate in “The Big Build” on Sept. 15, an event hosted by the Garden Club at Northeast Lakeview College. The club worked to get this project started for a semester and a half. Once they had the approval, they gathered more than 20 volunteers and had all materials and tools donated by Home Depot. The club is hosting a competition to name both their vegetable garden and botanical garden. Submissions are open until Sept. 28 and the winner will be announced in the club’s next meeting Sept. 30. To submit name ideas, email the Garden Club at nlcgardenclub@gmail.com. Lorena Torres Romero

Men's Basketball Tryouts: Sept. 6, 2017.

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Chemical engineering freshman Alfredo Zimmerman goes for a layup during a drill Sept. 6 at the first day of men's basketball tryouts in Candler. Zimmerman is a first year. The men will find out who makes the team Sept. 7 at the second day of tryouts. Brianna Rodrigue

 

 

 

Women's Basketball Tryouts: Aug. 31, 2017

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Kinesiology freshman Destiny Solis dribbles between her legs during a five-minute dribbling drill Aug. 31 at the women’s basketball tryouts at Candler. Solis played on the spring 2016 team. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

 

 

The San Antonio Texas Marines Hurricane Harvey Relief: Sept. 1- Sept. 2, 2017

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Elijah Schellhardt, field service engineer at Ultra Electronics Advance Tactical Systems and a member of the San Antonio Texas Marines, stands on top of a vehicle in a flooded street Sept. 1 beside Interstate 90 East 25 miles outside Beaumont. The San Antonio Texas Marines, a veterans group, traveled in a six-vehicle convoy through San Antonio, Cibolo, Austin and College Station, ending in Beaumont to drop off donations, relieve other Marines and rescue anyone in need. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Solar Eclipse Viewing Event: August 21, 2017

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Patricia Briones, 53, and her son Steven Ramirez, front desk clerk at the La Quinta Inns and Suites, were the first two to pick up their special solar filter glasses Aug. 21 at the solar eclipse viewing event at Scobee Education Center. Briones and Ramirez stood at the Scobee doors since 5:30 a.m. to beat the crowd. The line wrapped around Nail Technical Center and extended toward the nursing complex. Only 1,000 people received the special glasses. Photos by Brianna Rodrigue

SAPD Portrait Sessions: July 8, 2017.

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Heather Roberts, owner of Heather Roberts Photography and former student at this college, photographs Officer Jack Snyder of the San Antonio Park Police July 8 at San Pedro Park. Roberts booked 30 portrait sessions with law enforcement officers and their families because of the shooting of Officer Miguel Moreno of the San Antonio Police Department outside her apartment complex June 30. Snyder booked the first session of the day and brought his wife and son. Snyder said that Roberts definitely showed support for all the officers and the free sessions were very appreciated. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

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People This Week: Nov. 6, 2017

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RB demolition worker Thomas Cruz saws the links of a fence north of Loftin Nov. 3. Cruz was hired by this college to remove the fence around the patio area north and west of Loftin to create a more open environment for students. Aaron Garcia

"This Above All" Rehearsal: Nov. 14, 2017

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Sophomores Deana Castillo and Taina Barrera and junior G’Von Morton of Travis Early High School take the STAAR test at a reheasal for the play “This Above All” Nov. 14 in McCreeless. Alison Vasquez, play director and drama professor, says teachers in Texas are judged on students’ grades. Vasquez feels that arts in Texas school districts are being lost to “produce positive test results.” Opening night of the show is 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16, 17 and 18 in McCreless. General admission is $10 and $5 for Alamo Colleges students, faculty, staff, military and seniors. Deandra Gonzalez

Volleyball bash: Sept. 5, 2018

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Brittany Norwood, computer support specialist freshman, sets the ball for her teammate Sept. 5 in the mall during the third annual volleyball bash. Norwood said it was great to play volleyball in between classes. The Campus Activities Board hosted the event and provided water bottles for the players. Brianna Rodrigue

Volleyball bash: Sept. 5, 2018

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Brittany Norwood, computer support specialist freshman, sets the ball for her teammate Sept. 5 in the mall during the third annual volleyball bash. Norwood said it was great to play volleyball in between classes. The Campus Activities Board hosted the event and provided water bottles for the players. Brianna Rodrigue

Volleyball bash: Sept. 5, 2018

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Brittany Norwood, computer support specialist freshman, sets the ball for her teammate Sept. 5 in the mall during the third annual volleyball bash. Norwood said it was great to play volleyball in between classes. The Campus Activities Board hosted the event and provided water bottles for the players. Brianna Rodrigue