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Collegian asks for information on Feb. 3 campus kidnapping

The University of Texas System is requesting the state attorney general’s opinion on the release of the UT Brownsville police report on the kidnapping of a student from a campus parking lot last month.

Collegian Social Media Editor Kaila Contreras submitted the public information request to the university on Feb. 10. UTB subsequently sent the request to the UT System, according to a letter from System Attorney and Public Information Coordinator Cynthia Tynan to Attorney General Ken Paxton on Feb. 24.

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 15:43

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Akaela Ramos, a nursing freshman who is part of the ASPIRE program, receives assistance today during her freshman mandatory advising session from Academic Advising Specialist Eduardo Martin.

 

The UT Brownsville Academic Advising Center provided freshman mandatory advising sessions today for students who are part of the ASPIRE program.

Monday, 02 March 2015 00:00

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<span style=\"font-family: Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 7.5pt;\">Mr. Amigo 2014 Juan Osorio (from left), Carla Martinez and her husband, Brownsville Mayor Tony Martinez, salute the Mexican flag during the Hands Across the Bridge ceremony Thursday morning on the Gateway International Bridge.</span>
Actor and singer Pablo Montero sings the Mexican national anthem during the Hands Across the Bridge ceremony, which celebrates the friendship between Brownsville and its sister city across the Rio Grande, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

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Las ciudades hermanas de Brownsville y Matamoros estrecharon sus lazos de hermandad y amistad durante la ceremonia de “El Encuentro Binacional” el jueves en el Puente Internacional Gateway.

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<span style=\"font-family: Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 7.5pt; line-height: 115%;\">UT Brownsville student Doris Cedillo sings the Mexican national anthem during Thursday’s Mr. Amigo Celebration in the Texas Southmost College Arts Center.</span>
UT Brownsville student Doris Cedillo sings the Mexican national anthem during Thursday’s Mr. Amigo Celebration in the Texas Southmost College Arts Center.

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UT Brownsville gave Mexican telenovela producer Juan Osorio a warm welcome Thursday, presenting the Mr. Amigo 2014 honoree with an official Charro Days poster and a goodie bag and entertaining him with music and dance.

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