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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

Cesar Soto

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer

Cesar (he/him) is a senior Communications major here at UTSA. Born in Puerto Rico, he grew up moving around in a military lifestyle before he settled in San Antonio. This is his first semester of writing for The Paisano and is excited to learn and grow as the year goes along. When not writing for The Paisano, you can find him at the theater catching all the newest flicks, cheering on the Lakers and listening to podcasts and all kinds of music.

All content by Cesar Soto
Bringing a ‘Fantasy’ to life

Bringing a ‘Fantasy’ to life

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
April 18, 2023
Spreading ‘luv’ in San Antonio

Spreading ‘luv’ in San Antonio

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
February 21, 2023
San Antonio wakes up, no stylist

San Antonio wakes up, no stylist

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
February 8, 2023
The first masterpiece of 2023

The first masterpiece of 2023

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
February 7, 2023
Wallows at The Aztec Theatre

Wallows at The Aztec Theatre

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
October 18, 2022
San Antonio Spurs preview

San Antonio Spurs preview

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer
October 18, 2022
Out of nothing comes the moonglow

Out of nothing comes the moonglow

Cesar Soto, Contributing Writer
October 4, 2022
Bad Bunny draws 50,000 to the Alamodome

Bad Bunny draws 50,000 to the Alamodome

Cesar Soto, Contributing Writer
September 20, 2022
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