We’re about a month into fall, and, surprisingly, it’s feeling a bit like it in Texas. I love fall. I love the warm, autumn colors, the robust and comfortable … Read More
A gas leak near the intersection of Drive A and Drive H forced the temporary evacuation of residents in nearby apartments late Friday morning.
The leak resulted from construction workers striking … Read More
Correction: The Association of American Universities was referred to inaccurately in an earlier version of this article. The Mercury regrets this error.
Article leads to confusion about university’s … Read More
We’re finally getting some of that colder weather even though it’s November, and we haven’t seen temperatures reach even the 50’s yet. Somewhere on my bucket list is to … Read More
The last week was absolutely wonderful weather-wise. I forget how nice it feels after an entire summer of 100 degree weather to get some reprieve, even if it’s just weather … Read More
At the beginning of the school year, I bought myself a Fitbit to see just how pathetically inactive I am and to motivate myself to be more fit. It’s been about … Read More
1. Find an activity or hobby you like doing and do it!
I don’t think I fully understood the importance of having an activity that I enjoy doing by myself … Read More
We live in an age where smartphones and tablets have become integral parts of our lives. In that same way, dozens of apps have been developed that help students stay … Read More
For the summer, I have opted to continue my blog as a series of posts geared towards freshmen, but also for students who might relate or might just be looking … Read More
Canyon Creek Heights
Students react to transgender military ban
Network reduces campus food waste
Qurans found in SU bathroom
Power outages cause UV’s reversion to TWC
Acknowledging the problem, recognizing the progress
August 21, 2017
Art Barn classes relocated to new building
August 20, 2017