The Bridge: April 2018 – full issue

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The Bridge: May 2018 – full issue

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The Bridge: February 2018 – full issue

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The Bridge: October 2017 – full issue

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Language professors bring a world of knowledge to students

For some students, learning a foreign language can be an exciting endeavor and an opportunity to broaden their knowledge of other cultures. For others, it can be a daunting task filled with anxiety and frustration.

The language faculty at Texas A&M International University includes several dedicated and patient instructors, including Julien and Melody Carrière, assistant professors of French and Italian.

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Proposed fee changes presented at hearing

As student enrollment rates rise at Texas A&M International University, so does the cost of attendance.

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Bringing it back: Local band releases vinyl record

Like many yesteryear items, vinyl records are gradually making their comeback and gaining popularity with millennials. In many local record stores, such as 2nd & Charles, shoppers can find contemporary music in vinyl record form.

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‘Sweet Somalings’ art exhibit opens

Art patrons can submerge themselves into the never-before-seen world of the Sweet Somaling children. The gallery exhibit introduces whimsical creatures that are in part human, animal and plant at the Fine and Performing Arts Building.

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Stanford professor talks immigration, US way of life in lecture series

Recently, the public discourse has been focused on immigration issues, such as Trump’s wall and the recent changes to DACA. Tomás Jiménez, a Stanford associate professor of sociology, spoke on campus Sept. 19 about his new publication “The Other Side of Assimilation: How Immigrants are Changing American Life.”

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Judge visits TAMIU

Though it was touted as an informal Q&A format, Webb County Judge Tano Tijerina’s recent visit to TAMIU became more of a motivational speech.

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