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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

SGA President Zachary Nepote reflects on his presidency

SGA President Zachary Nepote reflects on his presidency

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor April 2, 2024

As Spring Commencement approaches, students in senior standing at the University of Texas at San Antonio reflect on their academic journey, with Zachary Nepote, the Student Government Association (SGA)...

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...

SGA discusses the university budget and tuition freeze

SGA discusses the university budget and tuition freeze

Amber Serio, News Editor February 13, 2024

In their second general assembly of the semester, UTSA’s Student Government Association (SGA) discussed several topics, such as the university budget, how different funds are used and the tuition freeze...

SGA presents campus-oriented agenda

SGA presents campus-oriented agenda

Jake Mireles, Opinion Editor February 6, 2024

On Thursday, Feb. 1, Student Government Association (SGA) President Zachary Nepote delivered remarks on the past achievements of SGA and his administration’s future goals during the Spring 2024 State...

SGA discusses student safety and open educational resources

SGA discusses student safety and open educational resources

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor November 7, 2023

In their 48th General Assembly, the Student Government Association (SGA) launched its sixth session of the semester, addressing a variety of topics such as free textbooks and improved safety on the Main...

SGA prepares for Homecoming and discusses student affairs

SGA prepares for Homecoming and discusses student affairs

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer October 24, 2023

UTSA’s Student Government Association (SGA) gathered for the fifth time this semester to discuss the upcoming homecoming week, address various student concerns and deal with internal affairs.  On...

SGA discusses UTSA’s strategic plan refresh

SGA discusses UTSA’s strategic plan refresh

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor October 10, 2023

The Student Government Association (SGA) gathered on Thursday, Oct. 5, for their fourth general assembly of the semester to discuss UTSA’s strategic plan refresh. Associate Dean of Students for Student...

SGA addresses tuition and budgets

SGA addresses tuition and budgets

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor September 26, 2023

In last week’s General Assembly, the Student Government Association (SGA) brought guest speakers Associate Dean of Students Jessica Dawson, Athletic Director Dr. Lisa Campos and District 10 Councilman...

SGA kicks off the semester with first General Assembly

SGA kicks off the semester with first General Assembly

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor September 12, 2023

The Student Government Association (SGA) kicked off its first general meeting of the Fall 2023 semester on Thursday. The meeting began with an update from SGA Speaker of Senate Karli Robertson, who introduced...

SGA President discusses representation and UTSA’s diverse student body

SGA President discusses representation and UTSA’s diverse student body

Jessica McLaren, News Editor September 5, 2023

Last week, The Paisano sat down with student body president Zachary Nepote to discover how the Student Government Association (SGA) plans to support the needs and interests of UTSA’s diverse student...

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