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The world as we know it: UTSA hosts foreign policy forum to discuss foreign policy’s role in 2020 elections

Margaret E. Talev, Richard N. Haass, Stephen J. Hadley, Jeh Charles Johnson and Mary Beth Long spoke on foreign relations. The foreign policy event was one of four happening in the country.

Josh Peck, News Editor

February 18, 2020

The Council on Foreign Relations hosted one of their four nationwide Election 2020: U.S. Foreign Policy Forums in the Retama at UTSA on Feb. 12. The forum’s four panelists highlighted foreign policy topics to watch out for in today’s world and reasons voters should keep foreign policy in mind when...

If it’s Not a Presidential Election, why vote?

If it’s Not a Presidential Election, why vote?

Kaylee Boggan

November 13, 2019

Last Tuesday, 9.56% of eligible voters in San Antonio participated in the state constitutional amendment election. These 10 amendments dealt with issues such as municipal judges holding more than one office judge at a time, animal retirement, disaster relief funding and prohibition of individual income...

Election Day

Graphic by Jacqueline Cantu

Joseph Torres

November 6, 2019

UTSA will host a Bexar County polling station inside the HEB Student Union on Nov. 5. Students will be able to vote on: the Joint Constitutional Amendment; the General, Special and Bond Election on the State of Texas Propositions 1-10; General Elections for San Antonio River Authority-District; the General...

SGA is what you make it

SGA is what you make it

Forrest Wilkinson

October 9, 2019

As a former Student Government Association (SGA) senator and sustainability chair, I know how student initiatives are created. Some of the initiatives I’ve worked on are the UTSA Meditation Room, UTSA Green Fund, Rowdy Global Kitchen, greater food diversity on campus (vegetarian and vegan foods) and...

A letter from SGA’s judicial branch

A letter from SGA's judicial branch

October 2, 2019

The judicial branch is committed to ensuring the success of elections and to maximize the level of student engagement. The sitting justices, while novice, recognize the weight of our duty and responsibility to the student government association and, most importantly, the student body of UTSA. We are...

Student government holds elections

Graphic by Lindsey Thomas

Joseph Torres

September 18, 2019

SGA is holding an election for senator positions and all students are eligible to vote. Voting opened Sept. 13 at 12:00 p.m., and students have until 11:59 p.m. tonight, Sept. 17, to cast their ballots. Tabling and advertisement for this election is the responsibility of SGA’s Judicial Branch. Voting...

Roadrunner Ramblings: Betting on Beto

Roadrunner Ramblings

Brandon Armstead and Jose Chapa

November 9, 2018

    We talk about the elections and other events surrounding UTSA. Brandon Armstead Jose Chapa Brysen Streeter Triston Simpson-Bland  

City Council forums coming to UTSA

March 26, 2013

On March 27, UTSA’s Student Government Association (SGA), in conjunction with the San Antonio League of Women Voters and the San Antonio 20/20 Organization, will be hosting a City Council Candidate Forum at UTSA’s main campus, and again at the downtown location on April 13. These even...

Prediction ‘04

November 1, 2004

Bexar County Election Day polling stations are open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. At UTSA, The Campus Party and the Student Government Association (SGA) will host an "Election Night Party" on the ground floor of the new Main Building. The party will begin at 7:00 p.m. for students to watch li...