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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

Armed man roams Villas, animal abuse sparks resident concerns

Armed man roams Villas, animal abuse sparks resident concerns

Jake Mireles, Opinion Editor February 27, 2024

During February, a man brandishing a rifle was seen roaming the Villas at Babcock complex. The individual was confirmed to enter a unit where complex residents also reported witnessing animal abuse. Multiple...

A guide to on-campus parking

A guide to on-campus parking

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor February 27, 2024

For years UTSA has been known to be a commuter school, and with a large number of students driving to campus throughout the week, good parking is a necessity. Parking on campus can be confusing for some...

Campus crime 2/16 to 2/21

Campus crime 2/16 to 2/21

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief February 27, 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...

UTSA hosts TRiO day

UTSA hosts TRiO day

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor February 27, 2024

On Feb. 24, UTSA hosted an event for TRiO Day at the H-E-B Student Union. TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a program that provides academic development opportunities, assists students with basic...

State of The City: Week of 2/27

State of The City: Week of 2/27

Naydine De La Fuente, Copyediting Coordinator February 27, 2024

Not subscribed to local news but still want to stay up-to-date on the happenings around town? Look no further. Highlighting notable stories from external San Antonio news sources, State Of The City summarizes...

SGA prepares for election and spring events

SGA prepares for election and spring events

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 27, 2024

SGA held a brief meeting on Feb. 22 to discuss several upcoming events. Some key takeaways were the election for SGA’s executive positions, including President and several senator seats, which began...

Research Recap: February highlights

Research Recap: February highlights

Chris Olvera, Contributor February 27, 2024

This February, UTSA faculty and students have been at work in a variety of subjects. UTSA’s Preclinical Pharmacology Core has been working to aid in drug synthesis, UTSA’s CUREs program has begun working...

OER is revolutionizing textbook use at UTSA

OER is revolutionizing textbook use at UTSA

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 27, 2024

UTSA Libraries’ Open Educational Resources (OER) are changing the landscape of expensive educational materials on campus. Through open licensing, digital and print textbooks, videos, class assignments,...

Honoring MLK’s Legacy

Honoring MLK’s Legacy

Naydine De La Fuente, Copyediting Coordinator February 27, 2024

After being canceled in January due to icy weather conditions, the community in San Antonio gathered to keep the image of Martin Luther King alive on Feb. 24 and 25. The City of San Antonio invited...

UTSA Downtown expansion transforms San Antonio

UTSA Downtown expansion transforms San Antonio

Alessandra Avila, Assistant News Editor February 27, 2024

Ten thousand students are expected to live and study on the 32 acres of UTSA’s Downtown Campus by 2028. The region’s economy hopes to change due to mixed-use construction, microtransit and student...

Sexual assault, theft, stalking

Sexual assault, theft, stalking

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

In compliance with the Clery Act, UTSA keeps a public daily crime log that houses all on-campus crimes. The log gives brief summaries that include the date, time, location, incident and current status...

Exploring UTSA’s graduation and admission rates

Exploring UTSA’s graduation and admission rates

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

As UTSA reached R1 status and began to be recognized nationally for several of its programs, its applicants’ competitiveness and the ratio output of graduates have been questioned. Although increasing...

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