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

The Mystical Arts of Tibet

The Mystical Arts of Tibet

Riley Carroll (she/her), Arts & Life Editor October 5, 2022

39th Annual ‘Jazz’SAlive’ Festival

39th Annual ‘Jazz’SAlive’ Festival

Kylar Royer, Contributing Writer September 27, 2022

This past weekend, the 39th annual Jazz’SAlive festival was held at Travis Park in downtown San Antonio. The festival was a two-day-long event featuring over 20 jazz artists, including the UTSA Jazz...

“Our Step, Our Hope: Sister Cities: Gwangju to San Antonio”

“Our Step, Our Hope: Sister Cities: Gwangju to San Antonio”

Chloe Williams, Web and Social Editor September 13, 2022

Gwangju, South Korea and San Antonio, Texas have been sister cities since 1982. Over the last 40 years, the two cities — despite being over 7,000 miles apart — have developed a friendship centered...

San Antonio Museum of Art Reopens Latin American Popular Art Exhibit

San Antonio Museum of Art Reopens Latin American Popular Art Exhibit

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor September 13, 2022

Formerly known as the “Latin American Folk Art Collection,” the “Latin American Popular Art Exhibit” inside the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) has reopened and rebranded. “This new title...

‘Wicked’ wardrobe

‘Wicked’ wardrobe

Madison Peters, Copyediting Coordinator September 13, 2022

Featuring costumes from the infamous "Wicked" musical, the "Something Wicked | Susan Hilferty Costumes" exhibit at the McNay Art Museum offers musical theater fans an up-close look at the intricate...

Graffiti art’s journey from abomination to appreciation

Graffiti art’s journey from abomination to appreciation

Kylar Royer, Contributing Writer September 6, 2022

In the past, graffiti was a criminalized activity that was often ignored as a genuine art style; however, the more society has tried to force graffiti out of its cities, artists and advocates have fought...

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