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Former UTSA lecturer facing federal drug charges to be sentenced in April

Former UTSA lecturer facing federal drug charges to be sentenced in April

Bella Nieto, News Editor March 2, 2021

Former UTSA faculty member Rose Rodriguez-Rabin, who was charged with manufacturing and distributing counterfeit  Adderall pills, is scheduled for sentencing on April 8. Her original trial dates have...

Mugshot of Rose Rodriguez-Rabin. Photo courtesy of Guadalupe County Records

Former UTSA lecturer faces federal drug charges

Breahna Luera, News Editor January 21, 2020

Rose Rodriguez-Rabin, a former lecturer in UTSA’s writing program, was released from federal custody and pled not guilty to charges against her after allegedly taking part in the manufacturing and distribution...

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Preparing for finals with drugs

Lauren Donecker November 29, 2018

You are startled awake as your head hits your textbook. Finals are coming up and you have basically been living at the library for the past week. This is your last chance to save your grades and it is...

Paisano Polls – Cannabis

Kat Joseph and Oscar Torres April 4, 2018

UTSA Students share their thoughts on weed, legalization, and medical marijuana. Enjoy. Host - Caleb Neasman Videographers - Kat Joseph & Oscar Torres Video editors - Oscar Torres & Kat...

Ethan Pham, The Paisano

Consider the alcoholic’s priorities

Vincent Valdez September 13, 2017

I traded in my work boots for student loans. It was a strategic decision. After I got laid off in January, I only had two choices: go back to school or find another job.          Education was never...

Women treated differently in narcotics cases

March 24, 2015

Robert Pistocchi, The Paisano A recent UTSA study suggests female defendants are treated differently than similarly situated male counterparts in federal narcotic cases, depending on...

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