Special Coverage

Written by Leslie Price on Sep 29, 2015

The Young Women’s Leadership Academy, San Antonio’s only public all-girls school, has been named a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School based on its overall academic excellence. It is the only school in Bexar County to receive this honor and among 303 public and private schools in the country selected as exemplary high performing schools.

Written by Media@tamhsc.edu on Sep 28, 2015

Issuing more concealed carry permits does not decrease crime, according to a new study published in the Journal of Criminology. Texas A&M professor Charles D. Phillips, Ph.D., MPH, lead the study. He and his colleagues looked at more than a decade of data on changes in crime and concealed handgun licensing rates from more than 500 counties in four states: Texas, Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania.

Written by Oblate School o... on Sep 27, 2015

The Oblate Institute for the Study of Contemporary Spirituality today announced its first initiative on social justice, Dorothy Day for Today, A Contemporary Model of Compassion in Action: Spirituality, Social Justice and Ethics.

The new forum will be the first social justice conference in Texas that will foster an ongoing dialogue in spirituality and social justice. 

Written by lcarter on Sep 27, 2015

Last week San Antonio welcomed two distinguished speakers I had the privilege to hear.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Sep 23, 2015

Former San Antonio Police Chief William McManus is returning to lead the 3,000-member San Antonio Police Department after a 9-month stint as Senior Director of Security for CPS Energy, City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced Wednesday evening.