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UTSA official apologizes for ‘insensitive’ email to donors

The Main Building and JPL at the UTSA Main Campus. A UTSA official apologized to donors for an email that mentioned both the COVID-19 pandemic and estate planning.
Josh Peck, News Editor April 7, 2020

On April 3, Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Karl Miller Lugo apologized to UTSA alumni for an earlier email that Senior Executive Director of Gift Planning Kimberly West sent soliciting...

Music Medicine

De Leon shines bright while posing with his saxophone.
Kaylee Boggan January 16, 2019

Former music major and Spirit of San Antonio (SOSA) drum major Bobby Joe De Leon Jr.’s life changed forever in August 2018 when he was diagnosed with primary cardiac cancer. “I was first told that...

Roadrunner wedding

The couple embracing each other during their wedding.
Alejandro Lopez September 12, 2018

Alexander and Chavez join in matrimony On Sept. 8, Gary Alexander, UTSA 1999 alumni, married Laura Chavez at the Alamodome parking lot while Roadrunner fans were tailgating before the game against Baylor...

Commit to your college network

Commit to your college network
Editorial Board and Isaac Serna April 24, 2018

Soon to be grads may not be prepared for life after college professionally. According to a survey conducted by Gradstaff, a national career matchmaking firm, there are two recurring problems graduates...

UTSA alumnus creates first local farmers market

April 28, 2015

MariaCristina Moreno, The Paisano UTSA graduate and Sam Houston High School World Geography teacher Rick Trevino is bringing Eastside Pride Market to the city’s food desert. “Why...

Shining a ‘Bright’ light from San Antonio to Russia UTSA alumnus discusses transitioning from Texas

April 14, 2015

Photo Courtesy of Anthony Bright Anthony Bright, a UTSA alumnus who majored in Modern Languages Studies and minored in Linguistics, has taken what he learned to the other side of the...

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