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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

Rylan Renteria

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager

Rylan is a psychology major in his junior year at UTSA, and is entering his second semester as a writer for The Paisano. As a major fan of both the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners, Rylan is also very supportive of the San Antonio Spurs and all UTSA Athletics which can be shown in his commentary writing pieces. Aside from watching sports, Rylan enjoys watching horror movies, playing video games and playing intramural sports.
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[Photo] A race to the Masters

Alessandra Avila, Assistant News Editor
April 9, 2024
#1 Jordan Ivy-Curry

UTSA guard duo to enter transfer portal

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
April 2, 2024
UTSA stuns No.10 ECU in three-game series

UTSA stuns No.10 ECU in three-game series

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
March 26, 2024
State of The City: Week of 3/5

State of The City: Week of 3/5

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
March 5, 2024
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[Photo] UTSA loses to UT in exhibition game

Haley Aguayo, Assistant Sports Editor
March 5, 2024
No surrender in Space City

No surrender in Space City

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
February 29, 2024
A silent bus ride home from Stephenville

A silent bus ride home from Stephenville

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
February 21, 2024
UTSA softball swept in Texas State Tournament

UTSA softball swept in Texas State Tournament

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
February 13, 2024
Farewell, Frank Harris

Farewell, Frank Harris

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager
February 6, 2024
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