Christopher Carbone

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When Machin McHargue returned to the U.S. from an eight-month deployment as a trauma room medic at a hospital in Mosul, Iraq, in the...

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For most minority groups in America, access to basic civil rights has historically been a tug-of-war. In 38 states—including Texas—it is still legal for...

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Early on in her career as an educator, Dianne Carter vowed to be honest about her sexual orientation. When she made this promise, her...

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Tana Christie, a third-generation Texan who grew up in El Paso, has never given a second thought to her belief that everyone should be...

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Staff Sergeant Eric Alva is the definition of a hero. This San Antonio native hails from a long line of people who dedicated their...

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Assigning the cold designation of bureaucrat to someone who works for a city is easy in this age of austerity. Even in a city...

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When Chris Schmaltz told his mother that he wanted to be a nurse, right before he changed his major at the registrar’s office, she...

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There was a point in Meghan Stabler’s life when she decided that being alive was not worth it. The feelings that she had struggled...

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