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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Symphonic band blows folks away

Symphonic band blows folks away

Allana Llabres, Assistant Social Media Manager November 21, 2023

UTSA’s Symphonic Band took the stage at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14, with an exciting program titled “Songs and Folk Dances.” The line-up included “Fanfare to ‘La Peri’” by Paul Dukas,...

Gallery: Casa Arte De Sol

Gallery: Casa Arte De Sol

Samantha Ysaguirre, Staff Writer November 21, 2023

On Saturday, Nov. 11, the art gallery, Casa Arte De Sol, at the Second Saturday event featured various local and underground artists monthly; this week featured UTSA senior art major Maria J. Brown...

Indigenous artists to listen to this Native American Heritage Month

Indigenous artists to listen to this Native American Heritage Month

Lauren Hernandez, Assistant Arts & Life Editor November 21, 2023

November is Native American Heritage Month, and a great way to honor Indigenous peoples and learn more about their history is through music. Below, we highlight some fantastic musicians to listen to this...

She made me cry ‘In A Good Way’

She made me cry ‘In A Good Way’

Lesley Fuentes, Contributor November 21, 2023

        As the U.S. leg of Faye Webster’s tour comes to an end, it is safe to say her shows are definitely worth attending. Of course, ignoring the fact that younger...

The beauty of the cowboy lifestyle

The beauty of the cowboy lifestyle

Luke Lawhorn, Sports Editor November 21, 2023

“It is wordless poetry. It is theater without audience. It is symphony without strings.” These are the words of Anouk Masson Krantz, a French fine art photographer and author who, while living in...

Make your way to ‘Lucky Black Cat Market’

Make your way to ‘Lucky Black Cat Market’

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief November 21, 2023

Hidden away on St. Marys Street lies a quaint little shop: Déjà Vu Esoterica. Inside this shop, there are loads of crystals and adjacent things such as jewelry, knick-knacks and tarot cards. After...

More reflective than ever

More reflective than ever

Jada Thomas, Marketing Manager November 21, 2023

        Spoiler warning: This article contains spoilers for “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.” The world of Panem depicted in “The Hunger...

Cheap ways to celebrate the holidays

Cheap ways to celebrate the holidays

Chloe Williams, Managing and Social editor November 21, 2023

With the end of the semester less than 20 days away, it is time to start thinking about your holiday bucket list. Despite most of our budgets going to gifts each holiday season, it is still important to...

Best holiday films to get in the Christmas spirit

Best holiday films to get in the Christmas spirit

Jenna Taylor, Magazine Editor November 21, 2023

Searching for some quality Christmas movies to watch while bundling up in fuzzy blankets and drinking hot cocoa? Look no further. Whether it be a film to binge with the family or a holiday chick-flick...

Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

Last Sunday, the forefathers of drive-thru metal, Mac Sabbath, made their San Antonio debut at the Paper Tiger. A show filled with hard-crunching metal riffs, Ronald McDonald fog machines and incredible...

Mac Demarco’s ‘Some Other Ones’ is finally accessible

Mac Demarco’s ‘Some Other Ones’ is finally accessible

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor November 15, 2023

In 2015, Mac Demarco released his instrumental album “Some Other Ones” right before the release of his acclaimed sophomore album “Another One.” The project was showcased at a barbeque where he...

‘Whodunnit:’ a murder mystery produced by the Rowdy Thespian Association

‘Whodunnit:’ a murder mystery produced by the Rowdy Thespian Association

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor November 14, 2023

The Rowdy Thespian Association (RTA) has just wrapped up their production and showing of “Whodunnit.”  “Whodunnit” is a “Glass Onion” style murder mystery with twists at every corner....

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