The Paisano

We can’t have conservation in Texas without hunting

Photo by Elle Hughes from Pexels

Adrian Arevalo, Contributing Writer

October 2, 2020

For centuries, Americans have indulged in the luxury of recreational outdoor activities, from sporting events to camping, hunting, and fishing. Mother Nature has not only provided us with an abundance of diversions, but has also allowed us to create cherished family memories. While it is safe to assume...

Enriching Campus Wellbeing

Enriching Campus Wellbeing

Tammy Wyatt, Vice Provost for Student Success and Chair of the Enriching Campus Wellbeing Initiative

February 18, 2020

The suicide death of one of our students this past semester has served as a tragic reminder of the personal struggles many of our fellow Roadrunners face in their lives and of the imperative we all share to work together for the wellbeing of our campus community. A recent study of UTSA students by...

Julián Castro is not the front-runner and he knows it

Julián Castro opening his #PeopleFirst rally.

Rudy Sanchez

April 16, 2019

Last week, former San Antonio mayor and current Democratic presidential nominee, Julián Castro, held a campaign rally in Hemisfair park in response to President Donald Trump’s San Antonio fundraiser held earlier that day. At the rally, Castro drew cheers from his supporters when he scorned the president’s...