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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

Carlos Alvarez dies at 73

Carlos Alvarez dies at 73

Lauren Hernandez, Assistant Arts & Life Editor April 16, 2024

Carlos Alvarez, a businessman and philanthropist dedicated to supporting higher education in San Antonio, passed away on Tuesday, April 9, at the age of 73. San Antonio and the UTSA community are mourning...

Gen Z set to pay one-third of income on rent

Gen Z set to pay one-third of income on rent

Matthew Moses, Contributor April 16, 2024

As Gen Z begins to work towards becoming homeowners, a recent housing cost analysis conducted by RentCafe revealed that Gen Z adults living in San Antonio are expected to spend a total of $128,673 on rent...

San Antonio’s hottest Fiesta spot

San Antonio’s hottest Fiesta spot

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

As the city begins to kick off its Fiesta celebrations, there is no better place to celebrate than the downtown Historic Market Square. Located on 514 West Commerce Street, the square has served as San...

What to look forward to this summer

What to look forward to this summer

Elizabeth Hope, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

There are many new and exciting things to look forward to this summer, ranging from music and movies to sports and video games. Most of these events and releases will be happening nationally, but a few...

Rowdy reactions: Fiesta Spring Game

Rowdy reactions: Fiesta Spring Game

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager April 16, 2024

While the annual spring game is just a friendly sparring session for the UTSA football team, it can still provide insight on some emerging talent. Three months before the season, here are our overreactions...

Crime Log 4/3-4/14

Crime Log 4/3-4/14

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2024

In compliance with the Clery Act, UTSA keeps a public daily crime log that houses all on-campus crimes. The log summarizes the case’s date, time, location, incident and current status. The crimes detailed...

Public libraries for the win

Public libraries for the win

Naydine De La Fuente, Copyediting Coordinator April 16, 2024

Knowledge is both a powerful tool and a privilege to acquire. Resources, such as our local public libraries, provide us with the opportunity to indulge in an overabundance of knowledge and allow us to...

Brahmas fourth quarter comeback comes up short

Brahmas fourth quarter comeback comes up short

Nicholas Kingman, Assistant Opinion Editor April 16, 2024

There was no late-game magic for the San Antonio Brahmas, who fell to the St. Louis Battlehawks 31-24 on Sunday afternoon at the Alamodome.  “Obviously, disappointing when you lose, I thought...

Pay attention; the house always wins

Pay attention; the house always wins

Ruben Solis, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

Gambling is easily accessible, highly addictive and a deep rabbit hole people should avoid. Scratch-off tickets, cards, dice, board games, betting and games of personal skill are all forms of gambling....

Israel-Palestine tensions increase around UTSA

Israel-Palestine tensions increase around UTSA

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

As current events escalate in the Middle East, the unrest has manifested into several demonstrations in support of either Israel or Palestine that have occurred on or around campus.  Starting around...

A guide to UTSA Alumni resources

A guide to UTSA Alumni resources

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor April 16, 2024

As the academic year draws to a close, many students are preparing for graduation. With their college experience soon over, several may be unaware of the resources available to aid them. From career services...

Geocaching on campus

Geocaching on campus

Bela Ross, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

Geocaching, the act of recreationally hunting for hidden objects, is an activity to encourage people to explore the outdoors. The only equipment needed is good walking shoes, your phone, a pen and potentially...

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