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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Various Homecoming festivities, including BestFest and UTSAs Saturday football game. Bella Nieto/The Paisano

Homecoming festivities conclude with historic 45-0 victory for UTSA football

Bella Nieto, News Editor October 19, 2021

On Oct. 16, UTSA football secured a historic 45-0 win against Rice in a homecoming showdown. UTSA now claims a 7-0 winning record, the best start in program history.  The win followed events hosted...

Fireworks on display at BestFest. Photo by Emilio Tavarez

BestFest Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend

Kayla Burford October 23, 2019

Students, faculty, staff and other members of the UTSA community participated in UTSA’s forty-second Annual BestFest on Oct. 18. Festivities included the Rowdy Rampage Fireworks Spectacular, a guest...


BestFest 2018 – Paisano Polls

Kat Joseph, Maha Qadri, Kayla Burford, and Jada Teague November 15, 2018

Happy Homecoming!   Host- Jada Teague Videographers- Kayla Buford, Kat Joseph Video editors- Maha Qadri, Kat Joseph Multimedia Editor- Kat Joseph Assistant Multimedia Editor- Maha...

UTSA BestFest 2017

Kat Joseph and Oscar Torres October 25, 2017

Videographer- Kat Joseph Video editor- Oscar Torres Multimedia Editor- Kat Joseph   Check out other videos from The Paisano. Subscribe to keep up with sports reports, news, UTSA student...

Students pose with their AIS Business Pathway booths for BestFest: TornadoPotato and Hawaiian Drinks. Ben Shirani/The Paisano

Business students get hands-on experience with BestFest

Vincent Valdez October 25, 2017

The College of Business gave students from eight different Academic Inquiry Scholarship (AIS) Business Pathway courses the opportunity and the funds to create a business and sell products at BestFest....

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