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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

Spring 2024 commencement

Spring 2024 commencement
Dustin Vickers

Roadrunners and their families can now mark their calendars for the Spring Commencement ceremonies that will honor the Class of 2024 on Friday, May 17, at the Alamodome. 

Graduating Roadrunners are also invited to participate in Grad Fest. This series of events ensures graduates are prepared for their commencement while also being aware of the many ways UTSA honors its graduates. During Grad Fest, students are able to order their cap, gown and regalia, learn more about the Alumni Association, receive guidance on the best loan repayment strategies and connect with the Career Center on making successful career decisions and job-hunting methods.

As the commencement date nears, additional details regarding what time the specific college ceremonies will take place are planned to be updated on the UTSA Commencement website. Additional festivities are set to kick off earlier that week, with special events and activities planned from May 14 to 17.

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Amber Serio, News Editor
Amber (she/her) is a senior majoring in English with a concentration in Professional Writing. After graduating in the Spring, she plans to attend grad school and further her education in English. Originally from a small town on the outskirts of Houston, she greatly values the art of writing and media, as this has been something she has wanted to pursue her entire life. Outside of the Paisano, you can find her spending time with her weenie dog Otis, thrifting, or reading a romance novel.
Dustin Vickers, Photo Editor
Dustin (He/Him) is a third-year medical humanities major with a concentration in health careers. After graduation, he plans on attending medical school in hopes of becoming an emergency radiologist. When he’s out of the classroom, he is helping run the swim club with his co-president, blasting some sick beats, or looking for a good spot to grub.

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