Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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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

Local ways to celebrate Black History Month

Local ways to celebrate Black History Month

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief February 20, 2024

As February unfolds, the San Antonio and UTSA communities are ablaze with cultural richness and artistic expression as Black History Month is celebrated throughout the city. The communities have banded...

Northwest San Antonio’s best-ranked living under $1,000

Northwest San Antonio’s best-ranked living under $1,000

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor February 20, 2024

On-campus dorms, off-campus student apartments and even rental home costs are skyrocketing. While San Antonio’s cost of living is nowhere close to the mini California prices that Austin suffers from,...

Black-owned businesses to support for Black History Month

Black-owned businesses to support for Black History Month

Haley Aguayo, Assistant News Editor February 20, 2024

San Antonio is a city widely perceived as a Latin city. While its name has Latin roots, many different cultures, such as Black and African cultures, flourish in San Antonio. Between visits to art exhibits,...

Year of the Dragon

Year of the Dragon

Haley Aguayo, Assistant Sports Editor February 13, 2024

Feb. 10 was the first day of the Lunar New Year for many Asian cultures worldwide. Each year brings a sense of renewal, a transition from seasons, an opportunity to celebrate with loved ones and recognition...

Decoding Rate My Professors

Decoding Rate My Professors

Lauren Hernandez, Assistant Arts & Life Editor February 13, 2024

If you are a college student and have yet to hear of Ratemyprofessors.com (RMP), you must be living off-grid and somehow stumbled upon The Paisano.  If the above is true, you should know that RMP is...

Mi Tierra Cafe: where culture and flavor flourish

Mi Tierra Cafe: where culture and flavor flourish

Enrique Figueroa, Contributor February 13, 2024

Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia is a restaurant at El Mercado in San Antonio that is rich in culture and flavor. It was founded in 1941 by Pedro and Cruz Cortez when they merely had 10 tables. Since then, the...

How to prepare your wallet for post-grad

How to prepare your wallet for post-grad

Chloe Williams, Managing Editor February 13, 2024

Embarking on post-college life is both exhilarating and challenging. Navigating job hunting, student loan payments and handling life changes can be mentally and financially taxing. If you feel stressed...

Cheap Valentine’s Day gifts for your partner

Cheap Valentine’s Day gifts for your partner

Chloe Williams, Managing Editor February 6, 2024

Valentine’s is a day of appreciation and celebration of love, but it can also break the bank. The 2024 predicted Valentine’s spending in the U.S. is just under $26 billion, but giving gifts to your...

Six pet-friendly spots in San Antonio

Six pet-friendly spots in San Antonio

Bela Ross, Staff Writer February 6, 2024

Pet parents, are you looking for somewhere to take your loyal companions? These are the top six places around San Antonio to take your furry friends. Unless otherwise stated, all pets will have to remain...

Prioritizing women’s wellness

Prioritizing women’s wellness

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2024

Are you in need of emergency contraceptives, reproductive health advice or menstrual products? Black Book Sex Ed is a community organization looking to serve women by providing them with necessary products...

Beyond profit

Beyond profit

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief January 30, 2024

San Antonio thrives off of nonprofit organizations. With small startups and large corporations, there is no shortage of nonprofits in the city to support. While there are way too many to detail, it is...

Free ways to enjoy art in San Antonio

Free ways to enjoy art in San Antonio

Chloe Williams, Managing Editor January 30, 2024

Since its founding in 1718, San Antonio has embodied hope, resilience and a vibrant culture. Because of these characteristics and the people who symbolize them, it is no wonder Mission City is ranked number...

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