Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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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

Marcela Montufar Soria

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor

Marcela (She/Her/Ella) is an Honors College History and Classical Studies and Humanities major with a concentration in Religious Studies and a minor in East Asian Studies. She is an international student from Mexico and is the fourth member of her family to be a student at UTSA. After graduation, she plans to pursue a graduate education in Chinese history. Outside of school, Marcela volunteers at the Witte Museum as a gallery attendant during the weekends. Her hobbies include violin playing, amateur stargazing, video editing, writing, reading non-fiction, and painting. She joined the Paisano in Fall 2021, became Assistant Multimedia Editor in Spring 2022, and became Multimedia Editor in Spring 2023.
All content by Marcela Montufar Soria
The ghost of oppression past

The ghost of oppression past

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
April 16, 2024
Passing the torch

Passing the torch

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
April 2, 2024
Fiction before fact

Fiction before fact

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
February 27, 2024
Bury the bones, not the lede

Bury the bones, not the lede

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
February 20, 2024
‘Another Brick in the Wall’

‘Another Brick in the Wall’

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
February 20, 2024
F1 rejects American legacy

F1 rejects American legacy

Marcela Montufar Soria, Multimedia Editor
February 6, 2024
The Renaissance of Vampire Media

The Renaissance of Vampire Media

Marcela Montufar Soria, Assistant Multimedia Editor
November 22, 2022
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