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

Buddy-cop, and then some

Buddy-cop, and then some

Jada Thomas, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

It’s been over a week since the finale of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was released, which was the end of Marvel Studios’ second TV series featured on Disney+. This show brought incredibly interesting...

The Office

The Office

Jake Striebeck May 28, 2020

That’s what she said or, that’s what he said. What Michael Scott said, anyway. “The Office,” a four-time Emmy Award-winning mockumentary-style sitcom, is one of the most-streamed shows on Netflix...

The Bachelor

The Bachelor

Tali Duarte, Assistant Magazine Editor May 28, 2020

Oh my god, who is the rose going to? Please don’t be Luke. Please, oh please. I swear, if she picks Luke I will never watch this show again. “Luke,” she says. What the hell? Okay, ladies,...

Avengers

Avengers

Juhannah Reduque May 28, 2020

In 2008, a film from a young studio made its way into the limelight. Its main character was largely unheard of, because the film was a comic-book adaptation, and it was expected to fail. Still, “Iron...

Harry Potter

Harry Potter

Edysa Vasques May 28, 2020

The “Harry Potter” franchise evolved alongside a generation that followed the same journey as its protagonist. They were young, confused, often misguided by the adults in charge, and everybody knew...

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones

Josh Peck May 28, 2020

“Game of Thrones” was a television phenomenon of the past decade. Since its first season, the HBO drama has been nominated for 160 Emmy Awards, winning 57 of the prized television awards. The show...

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A New Kind of Superhero

Carlos Prado, Contributing Writer March 27, 2020

When you think of Aquaman, what image comes to your mind? You might imagine that he looks like the traditional superhero: tall, thin and blonde with a bright orange one-piece suit. Now, what if I told...

Movie Review: Across The Universe

Movie Review: ‘Across The Universe’

Robyn Castro, Assistant Photo Editor March 20, 2020

“Across the Universe” is a film about love, anti-war activism, self-discovery, psychedelic drug culture, free speech, sexuality and the civil rights movement, themes which are all beautifully choreographed...

Movie Review: The Photograph

Movie Review: ‘The Photograph’

Ebony Purks, Staff Purks March 4, 2020

This past week, I saw “The Photograph,” directed by Stella Meghie. The film, released in February 2020, follows two heartfelt love stories: one between Mae, the movie’s protagonist played by Issa...

Movie Review: Parasite

Movie Review: ‘Parasite’

Tali Duarte, Assistant Magazine Editor February 25, 2020

*Spoiler Alert* “Parasite,” directed by South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, is a cinematic masterpiece that has paved the path for foreign films in American theaters. After winning the Golden...

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Between the lines: Catch and Kill Column

Paris Cantu November 6, 2019

“Catch and Kill” is a ruinous account of powerful men and the toxic system that has protected them and prolonged coverup culture for decades. During his two-year investigation involving more than 200...

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Anyone can wear the mask

Kirkland Luther January 23, 2019

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse” is the latest installment in the Spider-Man movie franchise and has already solidified its place in superhero and cinema history with its aesthetically pleasing...

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