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

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

UTSA film studies program debuts showcasing rising student filmmakers

UTSA film studies program debuts showcasing rising student filmmakers

Kaitlyn Rosas, Multimedia Editor April 26, 2022

The UTSA film studies program makes its public debut this week with a star-studded student film festival. After the inclusion of brand-new, film-focused courses, a semester’s worth of student films will...

Illustration by Alex Hanks

you have to be able to do that for yourself

Sofia Garcia, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2022

you can rest now you can rest now for the sake of your long lost sanity feel held by your own warmth  and be solaced by gentle conversations with your wounded conscience    let compassion...

Luchadores take over Gallery 23

Luchadores take over Gallery 23

Isabella McGovern, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

At the Student Union, Gallery 23 is hosting an exhibition titled “Otro Round Another Round” by Juan De Dios Mora. The art gallery features 25 prints of different luchadores. They express the culture...

Ken in Rome: Feels like home

Ken in Rome: Feels like home

Kennedy Bustos, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Home. What is home? Is it a person, a place? A feeling, a memory? A state of mind? Is it all of these simultaneously?  Home can be the place that brought us into existence: the walls surrounding us...

Image by Alex Hanks

Full stop

Sanne Peek, Graphic Designer April 26, 2022

A period marks the end of a sentence, the end of thought, “The End!” what a monstrous fate;   but that’s just it, one ending does not a conclusion make: it doesn’t mark...

UTSA art and music majors dissatisfied with their departments’ event marketing part II

UTSA art and music majors dissatisfied with their departments’ event marketing part II

Zahara Latson, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

As a student attending university, being heard can be a way of measuring how much your university cares about your success. It plays an essential role in bettering a system that has been put into place...

Sam Rawls. “Viridescent Self.”

Centro Cultural Aztlan hosts “Mars Needs More Women: Project MASA-V”

Chloe Williams and Saryvette Morales Cadiz April 26, 2022

“Mars Needs More Women: Project: MASA-V” is the fifth installation of a years-long collaborative exhibition as a part of a larger series. Project: MASA, which gathers Chicanx artists using science...

What Were You Wearing: Sexual assault and clothing

‘What Were You Wearing’: Sexual assault and clothing

Angie Santos, Chloe Williams, and Riley Carroll April 21, 2022

Trigger warnings: Mention of sexual assault, incest and rape. In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the “What Were You Wearing” exhibit is on display through April 21 in the Student Union....

Image by Alex Hanks

Rehearsal

Rand Whitfield, Contributing Writer April 19, 2022

Chilling, sterile, recycled air enveloping me like a thin blanket on a wintery night. Bright, cold, hospitalic hallway ... it It didn't seem this cold before. It wasn't this cold before. It...

UTSA art and music majors dissatisfied with their departments’ event marketing

UTSA art and music majors dissatisfied with their departments’ event marketing

Zahara Latson, Contributing Writer April 19, 2022

As the semester comes to a close, the UTSA Arts building hallways have begun to fill with vibrant, eccentric flyers promoting anything from exhibits and displays to senior recitals, ensemble concerts and...

Picture courtesy of Hugo Santana

‘Tales from the Line’ by Hugo Santana

Isabella McGovern, Staff Writer April 19, 2022

Master of fine arts student Hugo Santana presents his thesis exhibition, "Tales from the Line'' at the UTSA Main Art Gallery. The theme is the concept of labor and how its routine can be choreographic....

UTSA parody accounts: Gingers, Chap Cat and Overheard

UTSA parody accounts: Gingers, Chap Cat and Overheard

Riley Carroll, Staff Writer April 19, 2022

Continuing through the multitude of UTSA parody Instagram pages, we found diverse content with a niche scope for every user to enjoy. Featured on this week’s UTSA parody accounts are the three female...

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