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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Paisano Poll: Canvas vs Blackboard

Videographer- Genevieve Vega

Interviewer: Jackie Cardona & Alessandra Avila

Video editor- William Barnes

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Genevieve Vega
Genevieve Vega, Staff Writer

Genevieve (she/her) is a second-year Biomedical Engineering student. After graduating, she plans on attending graduate school for Biomedical Engineering. She joined The Paisano in Fall 2022. In her free time she enjoys being with family and friends, doing arts and crafts, reading and watching TV.

William Barnes
William Barnes, Multimedia Editor
William is a senior majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in health science and has a passion for both science and multimedia journalism. During his time with The Paisano he has worked his way up to becoming the Multimedia Editor and wishes to make a difference in the community by spreading awareness about campus life and news. In his free time he also likes learning philosophy, watching documentaries, and volunteering.
Alessandra Avila
Alessandra Avila, Assistant News Editor
Alessandra (she/her)  is a Junior at UTSA where she is Majoring in Communications and will finish her undergrad in the spring of 2025. She plans on returning to school to earn her MDA in Communications. Her end goal is to be a journalist and be the newest face on news television. She is passionate about writing and joined the Paisano in the fall of 2023 to share her creativity and writing abilities. In her downtime, you can find her playing golf with her dad, traveling, reading, or catching up with her little brother and mom.

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