The Paisano

Regents approve Downtown Campus expansion

Frio St. Building sits in the center of the Downtown Campus. President Taylor Eighmy
envisions a major expansion of the Downtown Campus over the next 10 years.

Josh Peck, News Editor

March 3, 2020

The UT Board of Regents approved the purchase of 1.997 acres of land in downtown San Antonio for $5.7 million on Feb. 27 to support the expansion of the UTSA Downtown Campus. The new College of Business (COB) building will occupy the land which is situated on 622 Dolorosa Street between two other pieces...

UTSA seeks European collaboration

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Heather Montoya

August 27, 2019

UTSA announced expansion efforts of its International Study Center at Urbino, Italy (ISCU) that will include communicating with other European universities such as universities in Germany, France and Istanbul to create study collaborations. “We at the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning...

UTSA twenty something years later: Changes in the university since the 1990s

UTSA twenty something years later: Changes in the university since the 1990s

Ethan Pham

November 20, 2017

In 1997, UTSA was hovering just over 17,000 students enrolled in the four available colleges: the College of Business, the College of Fine Arts and Humanities, the College of Science and Engineering and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The university had just unveiled its Downtown C...

Where imagination blooms

The new state of the art CHEF teaching kitchen in the Goldsbury Foundation Pavilion will serve as communal space to disseminate information regarding growing and cooking veggies and fruits. Enrique Bonilla, The Paisano.

Enrique Bonilla

October 18, 2017

San Antonio Botanical Garden unveils interactive expansion to the public this weekend.   As urban society becomes further industrialized there’s not a day that goes by without concrete, steel and electronics. For those of us looking to escape the concrete desert that is the city, San Anto...