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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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UTSA Mental Health and Counseling Services

UTSA Mental Health and Counseling Services

Laura Thevaos, Contributing Writer September 7, 2021

Moving away from home and coming to college can be a life-altering transition for most people and being alone, away from family can be stressful, lonely and isolating. Many students struggle by themselves...

A banner hangs on campus. Doug Frantzs research could lead to a drug that could reduce the severity of illness of COVID-19.

University announces updates on the president’s initiative on enriching campus wellbeing

Breahna Luera, News Editor October 9, 2020

Dean of Students LT Robinson and Vice Provost for Student Success Tammy Wyatt updated the UTSA community on President Eighmy’s Initiative on Enriching Campus Wellbeing in an email on Oct. 7. Some of...

University makes changes to counseling and mental health services, student health services following external recommendations

University makes changes to counseling and mental health services, student health services following external recommendations

Breahna Luera, News Editor April 27, 2020

Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Kimberly Espy sent an email to the UTSA community on April 14 with an update on the President’s Initiative on Enriching Campus Wellbeing. The email...

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The state of mental health at UTSA

Breahna Luera and Josh Peck February 19, 2020

On Feb. 7, President Taylor Eighmy provided The Paisano with his first statement regarding the suicide of Cesar Caballero, sophomore pre-music major and Resident Assistant (RA) at Alvarez Hall. The incident...

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