The Pan American is a student-run newspaper at the University of Texas-Pan American, in Edinburg, TX.

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Female muscle. A former UTPA cheerleader turns into a bodybuilder.

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Curtain call! The University Theatre department previews the new fall season for it’s final year.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle. A UTPA grad student created a website to promote recycling. 

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Out with the old, in with the new. A look at what has been happening with the mascot for the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

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EDITORIAL: Do you enjoy books, but not the film adaptation? This op-ed by our news editor is about films ruining their book counterpart.

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Enjoy soccer? UTPA’s first women’s soccer team is off to a winning start as they are undefeated through five matches.

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The latest issue of The Pan American is out on news stands across UTPA. Go pick up your copy!

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Don’t want to brave the weather to pick up the latest issue of The Pan American? Don’t worry - we’re online!
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Don’t want to brave the weather to pick up the latest issue of The Pan American? Don’t worry - we’re online!

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Andy Fortuna, a Bronc outfielder, was present and donated at the January drive. He feels that he and the team should hold themselves to a standard where the community is also a priority.

“This is to set an example to the rest of the community,” the senior physical therapy major said. “If they see a group of guys in jerseys donating blood they will come around. Being a part of the University everyone looks at us in a certain way, we always try to set an example to everybody else.”
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Andy Fortuna, a Bronc outfielder, was present and donated at the January drive. He feels that he and the team should hold themselves to a standard where the community is also a priority.

“This is to set an example to the rest of the community,” the senior physical therapy major said. “If they see a group of guys in jerseys donating blood they will come around. Being a part of the University everyone looks at us in a certain way, we always try to set an example to everybody else.”

Read more here

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Check out The Pan American’s newly designed site - designed for you!

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