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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Freezing temperatures and numerous power outages across the San Antonio area caused the university to suspend all activity both on campus and online. These postponements and cancellations have now reached UTSA athletics.

Inclement weather causes weekend cancellations, postponements

Julia Maenius, Magazine Editor February 19, 2021

The UTSA Athletic Department released a notice of cancellations and postponements of this weekend’s games, Feb. 19-21, due to the current winter weather conditions.  The men’s basketball team,...

UTSA soccer cancels home opener, announces new opponent

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor February 3, 2021

The UTSA athletics department announced today that the soccer program is cancelling its home and season opener on Feb. 4 against St. Mary’s University due to what they termed “health and safety issues...

Chaparral Village on campus. Housing and Residence Life is giving students a chance to change their on-campus living options for the Spring 2021 semester.

UTSA gives on-campus residents an option to cancel their Spring 2021 housing contracts

Breahna Luera, News Editor October 20, 2020

UTSA Housing and Residence Life (HRL) sent an email to students who have a Spring 2021 housing contract with them that laid out possible options for housing next semester. This email was sent out on Oct....

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