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Executive Order GA 39

August 2609:00 AM
 

Repost!  Pursuant to his powers as Governor of the State of Texas, Greg Abbott has issued the following: Executive Order No. GA-39 relating to prohibiting vaccine mandates and vaccine passports subject to legislative action. view article arw

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Less than a month away from the first on-campus athletics events in program history, Texas A&M-San Antonio athletic director Darnell Smith looks back at the past year as a formative time for his fledgling department. In April 2020, A&M-San Antonio announced a one-semester delay to the athletics startup process in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of a fall 2020 kickoff, softball and men’s golf marked the first sports events in Jaguars history this spring, while the debut of the men’s and women’s soccer was pushed back a full year to fall 2021. view article arw

   Talia Natterson is a sophomore at Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, a private school in Los Angeles, California. She writes for her school publication, Crossfire.