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6/1/2006 - 6/30/2006

06/29/06 UTSA names IT associate vice provost and CIO
06/29/06 'Traditional 4th' includes Washington reenactor
06/29/06 Possible exposure to TB at UTSA 1604 Campus
06/29/06 NPR's Kitchen Sisters interview UTSA folklorist
06/28/06 Margaret Tobin Avenue section closed July 3-12
06/27/06 UTSA's Wolfe tabbed SLC Student-Athlete of the Year
06/27/06 UTSA bookstores to open under new management
06/27/06 UTSA hosts blood drive June 27 at 1604 Campus
06/27/06 Free HIV testing, awareness fair come to UTSA June 27
06/23/06 Telephone services to be interrupted June 24
06/22/06 UTSA captures SLC Men's All-Sports Trophy
06/22/06 Lynn Hickey named NACDA AD of the Year
06/20/06 Creator of two UTSA sculptures dies in accident
06/16/06 Free HIV testing comes to 1604 Campus June 19
06/16/06 VH1's ANT: One of three comics at Roadrunner Days
06/15/06 UTSA sets water restriction and conservation plan
06/15/06 UTSA's Harriett Romo earns national education award
06/14/06 Satellite Space hosts MFA exhibits through June 25
06/13/06 Athletics season tickets discounted for faculty, staff
06/12/06 Linguistics scholar named UTSA Brackenridge chair
06/12/06 UTSA to be showcased on Discovery Channel show
06/09/06 35th Texas Folklife Festival: 35 reasons to celebrate!
06/08/06 UTSA professor to lead international group
06/07/06 UTSA continues leading in degrees to Hispanics
06/07/06 UTSA community invited to Walk & Roll
06/07/06 Texas Folklife Festival features UTSA Night June 9
06/06/06 UTSA engineering students to race car in California
06/05/06 Golf tournament June 9 benefits ELPS scholarships
06/05/06 Visit by Mexican educators fosters collaboration
06/02/06 Speakers discuss Bigfoot phenomenon June 3 at ITC
06/02/06 UTSA Associate Dean Paul Westmeyer dies May 28

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