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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. 16, 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

"Pride Bigger Than Texas" Pride Festival 2017: July 1, 2017.

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Pride festival attendees Savannah Billalobos and Daisy Sanchez kiss in front of protestor Henry Corr who stood outside of the 14th annual Pride Bigger Than Texas festival on July 1 at Crockett Park. Corr, who is not part of an organization, shouted “God is against pride” to the attendees inside. Sanchez said people will be people and that she loves Billalobos. The festival included more than 70 vendors and organizations. It was put on by Pride San Antonio. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Charting Your Course journalism workshop: June 12, 2017.

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Sasha D. Robinson, The Ranger calendar editor, passes out Ranger bags filled with goodies to students from Memorial High School, who attended the Charting Your Course journalism workshop June 12. The workshop allowed high school students to attend free sessions about journalism from professionals in the field. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Memorial Day Ceremony: May 29, 2017.

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Chris Hernandez, Alamo Colleges District Honor Guard team member, salutes the Texas flag during the presentation of colors May 29 at the Memorial Day Ceremony in the Fiesta Room of Loftin. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Battle of the Flowers Parade: April 28, 2017.

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Catherine Campion, marketing vice president of Assistance League decorates a 1934 sunroofed vehicle with flowers before the Battle of the Flowers Parade "Blazing Trails" April 28 on the corner of Avenue A and Grayson. Photo by J. Del Valle

SAC Motorsport in Detroit, Day Four: April 30, 2017.

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Eben Pfeil, engineering graduate and mechanical lead, checks the tire of the hydrogen-powered race car before the SAC Motorsport team begins the third heat at the Shell Eco-marathon April 30 at the Cobo Center in Detroit. Pfeil also checked the tension of the tire spokes to make sure they were balanced. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

SAC Motorsport in Detroit, Day Three: April 29, 2017.

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Isaac Garcia, general sciences graduate and mechanical team member, assists Alejandro Mireles, engineering sophomore, publication relations videographer and mechanical team member, in adding a GoPro camera inside the hydrogen-powered race car April 29 at Cobo Center in Detroit before the first heat. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

SAC Motorsport in Detroit, Day Two: April 28, 2017.

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Julio Banda, engineering sophomore and electrical lead, solders the fuse to the ultra capacitor bank April 28 at the Cobo Center in Detroit. Their is over 100 schools competing and the team is one of six competing in a hydrogen-powered race car which they compete tomorrow. For more updates, visit The Ranger on Facebook and Instagram. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

SAC Motorsport in Detroit, Day One: April 27, 2017.

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Eben Pfeil, engineering graduate and mechanical lead, cuts a screw before going back to the inspection area April 27 at the Cobo Center in Detroit. The SAC Motorsport team passed all 10 inspections with in two days. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

FunFest April 26, 2017

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English freshman Alejandra Rosete rides a human gyroscope at FunFest hosted by student life and campus activities board April 26 in the mall. Photo by Alison Graef

The SAC Motorsport Team Hydrogen-Powered Race Car: April 21, 2017

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Daniel Martinez, engineering sophomore and mechanical lead for the SAC Motorsport team, unveils the hydrogen car for media outlets KSAT 12 and Telemundo April 21 in front of Scobee. The team will leave to Detroit to compete in the Shell Eco-marathon April 27-30. Photo by Michelle Delgado

People this Week: April 17, 2017.

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Marine biology sophomore Nathan Wilson aims for the back of pre-nursing freshman Jacob Dulaniy with a foam sword April 6 during a live action role-playing sword fight. The Gaming Society had a booth in the mall with a variety of video games and sword fighting. Members challenged each other in sword fighting to move up in a challenge system. The Gaming Society meets 3-6 p.m. every Tuesday in Room 301C in community engagement annex. Anyone can join the gaming society and for more information about the club, visit scgs.online. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Backyard Beast: April 7, 2017.

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Gustavo Veliz, onsite project manager of custodians, pulls hard at the rowing machine, the first station to complete at the Backyard Beast April 7 on the tennis courts. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes March: April 11, 2017.

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Francisco Solis, dean of performance excellence, debates whether to wear the red heel with help from Conrad Krueger, dean of arts and sciences, for the third annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes April 11, but the heel didn’t fit. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Science Department Lock-in: March 31, 2017.

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Jake Staggs, 17, helps Molly Staggs, 12, and Mercedes Elizondo, 11, ignite a match for the elephant toothpaste experiment, during the science department lock-in March 31 in Chance. The experiment consisted of a combination of dish soap, potassium iodide, and 30 percent hydrogen peroxide. The heat of the match causes the bubbles to burn into smoke because of the amount of oxygen present in the concoction. Photo by Renee Talamantes

Bat House: April 1, 2017.

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Fran Hutchins, director of Bracken Cave Preserve, explains the pieces needed to create a bat house April 1 at Sinkin EcoCentro during the bat house workshop. Dark stained wood attracts bats in cooler climates, and in Texas lighter stained wood works because of the heat. Photo by Rachel Cooper

People this Week: April 10, 2017.

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Mariachi Professor Alicia Covarrubias works with the violinists during the mariachi class April 3 practicing the song “Yo Lo Comprendo.” This is the first semester this college has had a mariachi class. The class will be hosting a concert at 7:30 p.m. April 19 in the auditorium of McAllister. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

3-D Design Class: April 5, 2017.

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Art sophomore Alec Rodriguez wraps art sophomore Caitlin Moran with plastic wrap as a base before adding duct tape that will cast her figure for an abstract project for the 3-D design class April 5 in visual arts. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Men's Basketball Playoff Game: April 3, 2017.

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Criminal justice sophomore Steven Walters goes up for a shot but gets blocked by a Palo Alto College Palomino defender April 3 at Palo Alto. The Rangers lost the first round of playoffs 109-90. The Rangers have a record of 10 wins and 6 losses. Photo by Brianna Rodrigue

Volleyball Game: March 30, 2017.

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Liberal arts sophomore Tiarra Carter blocks the ball March 30 at Palo Alto College. The Rangers lost to Palo Alto with scores of 18-25, 26-24, 23-25, 25-14 and 15-13. Playoffs were April 4 at the aquatic and athletic center at Palo Alto College against Palo Alto. The Rangers won three sets to one. They will participate in the final four tournament 10 a.m. April 8 against Victoria College at University of the Incarnate Word. Photos by Rachel Cooper

The Grapes of Wrath Rehearsal: March 27, 2017.

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Drama majors rehearse for use of rain on stage March 27 in McAllister Fine Arts for the first time. Sophomore Robin Rollins playing Ma Joad, freshman Steven Mirdjani playing Pa Joad, sophomore Lauren Hunt playing Mrs. Wainwright, sophomore Eric Dorsa playing Uncle John and sophomore Seth Casias playing Al Joad, are rehearsing for the play, The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck adapted by Frank Galati, directed by Paula Rodriguez. The Joad family is having struggles because of the rain and flooding while Rose of Sharon is going through labor. The play will be showing March 30-31 at 7:30pm, April 1 and 6-8 at 7:30p.m., and April 2 and 9 at 2:30 p.m. Admission with SAC ID $5, senior and military $8, general admission $10. The box office accepts cash or checks only. For more information, call 210-486-0255 or visit the website at alamo.edu/sac/gow17. Photo by Zaeva Mercado

Dodgeball tournament: March 23, 2017.

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Kinesology sophomore Juliana Sinnard of team Hill Country throws the ball aiming for the opposing team, the Dodge Fathers, March 23 in Candler. The Dodge Fathers beat Hill Country in the elimination rounds. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Women's Volleyball Game, March 23, 2017.

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American Sign Language sophomore Camille Baker hits the ball over to the Lady Nighthawks March 23 at Northeast Lakeview in the wellness center. This is the Rangers second win and their next game is 7 p.m. March 30 at Palo Alto College. Photo by Rachel Cooper

People this Week: March 27, 2017.

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Liberal arts sophomore Elizabeth Lawson dances with her pro-abortion rights sign at the anti-abortion event hosted by Love of Truth Ministries March 20 in the mall. Lawson and biology freshman Cevin Jemeyson had just gotten out of their yoga class when they saw the event. Marion Thompson, member of Love of Truth Ministries, said he has opposed abortion for more than 30 years. “We’d love for mothers to have their baby adopted,” he said. Photo by Michelle Delgado

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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ASL sophomore Camille Baker and liberal arts sophomore Tiara Carter they succcessfully block a NVC Wildcats spike 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

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