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Rowdy statue on campus wears a face mask. President Eighmy gave an update on Nov. 9 about campus operations after the Thanksgiving holiday.

Spring Campus Updates

Gauri Raje, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

UTSA’s ‘Roadrunner Map’, which can be accessed on the university’s official website, lays out the university’s plan of operation for the 2020-2021 academic year. The plan clearly states that...

Karrington Donald attempts to pass the ball to a teammate as fans look on from the stands. It will be interesting to see how drastically the 15% attendance limit will affect crowd attendance this season.

Convocation Center releases its COVID-19 guidelines for basketball

Max Aguirre, Sports Editor November 17, 2020

Basketball is finally just around the corner for UTSA. Both the women’s and men’s teams will start their season Nov. 25. The women’s team will play against Sul Ross State in the Convocation Center,...

Rockets riddled with injuries

Rockets riddled with injuries

Cade Draughon, Staff Writer January 28, 2020

The Houston Rockets currently sit at 28 wins, tied for fifth place in the Western Conference, they are seven and a half games behind first place. The Rockets’ game plan of playing a majority of iso-ball...

Don’t fret the end of semester scaries

Don’t fret the end of semester scaries

Donald Escamilla Jr. November 20, 2019

We are now in the final weeks of the Fall 2019 semester, and tensions are high for a lot of students. Teachers are dumping every assignment they have into these last weeks such as projects, homework and...

Studying Abroad

Katrina Clements November 6, 2019

In college, we all try to figure out what our purpose is. As young adults who feel lost in our career paths, our studies and in finding ourselves, we seek adventure and new opportunities. How can we escape...

Your liberal arts degree matters

Your liberal arts degree matters

Ryan Houston-Dial November 6, 2019

Studying for classes, participating in student organizations and maintaining relationships contribute to the fatigue college students experience daily. As college students, we face plenty of adversity,...

Photo Courtesy of Rachel Catalano

A profession of creativity

Kasandra Parker October 30, 2019

Graphic designer and marketing major Rachel Catalano is a recent graduate of Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. Just shy of two years graduated from college and immersed in her career field,...

Illustration by Emmanuelle Maher

A(+) permanent solution

Editorial Board October 23, 2019

A uniform grading system across all departments in the form of a plus/minus system needs to be implemented at UTSA. Currently, each department can decide whether to use a plus/minus system or a whole-letter...

UTSA’s 50th Anniversary Party

Kat Joseph June 8, 2019

  UTSA threw a cupcake party for students, faculty and staff on its 50th anniversary.   Videographer- Kat Joseph Video editor- Kat Joseph Multimedia Editor- Kat Joseph   Check...

Paisano Peeps: College Finals

Paisano Peeps: College Finals

Garry Leday and Jose Chapa April 16, 2019

  Host: Jose Chapa Editor: Garry LeDay Donald Escamilla Folasade Sabitu Salman Abid Steven Moul Leonardo Garcia



Donald Escamilla Jr., Web Editor April 16, 2019

FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is a form for current or upcoming college students to fill out to see if they are eligible for a grant to help them pay for college. While some would...

Changing your major for the better

Changing your major for the better

Kenyatta Battle April 2, 2019

According to a statistical analysis report by the U.S. Department of Education, over one-third of college students switch their majors during their time in college. Should changing your major be considered...

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