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    • 2020 

      Palissery, Jeslin (2020-09-06)
      This journal entry is about how my 2020 was affected by the pandemic and how everything changed.
    • 2020 Was A S*** Show 

      Wall, Derrick (2020-11-27)
      2020 has been a rough year, for everyone that has hopefully lived through this year. To many truly despairing moments, and that takes a toll on the mental. I decided to put my feelings of what I went through, and many ...
    • 2020, America Revealed 

      Dehoyos, Toni (2020-12-10)
      The 2020 pandemic hit and a lot of things changed and thousands of people were against guidelines and mandates, turning a blind eye to something very serious. I was inspired to create a print for depicting America and ...
    • 2020: The Year We Stood Still 

      Garcia, Kaitlyn (2020-08-28)
      A personal narrative depicting the struggles that came with this year of 2020 but also the victories that flourished from it.
    • Across Cultures: Pakistani All-Female Speaking Rituals 

      Virani, Zuwena (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;, 2020-12)
      A common finding in Language and Gender studies is that women aim for a united conversational dynamic, while men tend towards the opposite. However, I argue that native culture plays a more significant role in Language and ...
    • Adapting to College: Coronavirus Style 

      Garcia, Katalena (2020-10-08)
      Talks about how COVID-19 has effected my college experience.
    • Additive Manufacturing & G Code 

      Ewuzie, Emmanuel; Perkins, Briley; Aristizabal, Mauricio; Balcer, Matthew; Millwater, Harry (7/28/2022)
      Additive Manufacturing (AM) is the process of building physical objects by layering materials. It is controlled by G code and a myriad of other codes. CAD models are sliced and converted into a layer by layer code (G Code). ...
    • Americans Always on the Run 

      Valerio, Miranda (2021-03-23)
      This Spark page describes what it is like to be constantly on the run in America.
    • Application of Neuroevolution in Blackjack 

      Tejani, Iraz K. (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
      Blackjack is one of the few casino games with an extremely low house edge. In the past, many brute force simulations have been done to derive basic strategy. Classical brute force methods are tedious, time consuming, and ...
    • Bad Bunny: A Contemporary Latinx Activist 

      Sulaica, Analisa (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
      Oppressive and hostile values of sexism, racism, and homophobia remain active within the Latinx community: values resulting from a continued history of U.S. imperialistic practices. This research explores the resistance ...
    • Better World 

      Pratt, Alexis (2021-02-14)
      Our interdisciplinary studies project
    • Big Decisions: A Multi-Generational Theme 

      Tuveson, McKenna (2021-02-09)
      Both me and my parents have had to take great leaps of faith to follow our dreams, not always knowing where they will take us.
    • Blankets to Masks 

      Brumblay, Cameron (2020-09-06)
      My mother is a nurse and during the height of the pandemic she made masks.
    • #BLM, What is #BLM? 

      Gorham, Charles (2020-12-02)
      My video is about the #BLM movement, its creation and ideals.
    • Bold Questions: Current Times During Covid-19 

      Medina, Melanie (2020-10-20)
      This Spark page answers the question of what is currently going on in my chosen career field, what the future looks like & what I can do to prepare
    • Book Review: Is it possible to predict accurately the future of higher education? In Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education, Bryan Alexander sure tries. 

      Siebenthaler, Amanda (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
    • Book Review: T. Jackie Cuevas Shatters the Hegemony 

      MacManus, Azia (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
    • The Burning 

      Hernandez, Moises; Cano, Robert (2020-10-01)
      The intention of this poem was to give the reader a visceral description of what hate and anxiety can do to an individual. How it can manifest itself into this living breathing monster that only knows pain and suffering.
    • The Burning 

      Ingraham, Levi (2021-01-28)
      "The Burning" illustrates the hardships that arise from a lack of understanding, the consequences of insularity. Inspired by a poem of the same name, this musical piece is representative of the difficulties individuals ...
    • The Burning 

      Rosenstein, Micah (2021-02-12)
      I have composed a piece that derives from the emotions evoked from 'The Burning'. With this project I challenged myself to completely embody the overarching theme of the poem, as well as to capture the various tones displayed ...