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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Residents explained the security at Chisholm is often lax considering the doors are left open multiple times throughout the day.

Students note safety shortcomings after burglaries at Chisholm Hall

Bella Nieto, News Editor November 16, 2021

UTSA Police responded to several reports of burglaries at the Chisholm Hall student housing complex on Nov. 15. Some residents speculate that the intruder was someone with a master key.  An email from...

Proximity to campus benefits residents of Laurel Village and Alvarez Hall

Proximity to campus benefits residents of Laurel Village and Alvarez Hall

Gauri Raje, Assistant News Editor November 9, 2021

Laurel Village and Alvarez Hall are two of the five dormitory options offered to UTSA students who plan to live on campus.  Laurel Village offers students apartment style living spaces with either...

Chaparral Village is one of two dorms that offers a pool to its residents. Bella Nieto/The Paisano

Residence Hall series: Chaparral Village

Bella Nieto, News Editor October 19, 2021

Built in 2004, Chaparral Village offers students two and four bedroom apartment-style dorms and provides several amenities such as study rooms, a public pool and basketball courts.  Sophomore public...

Dionne Onyemalzu, who moved from West Texas, is optimistic for the rest of the semester. Also pictured is the front of Guadalupe Hall and its coffee shop. Kaitlyn Rosas/The Paisano

UTSA opens Guadalupe Hall: students express praise, concern

Bella Nieto, News Editor September 7, 2021

At the start of the Fall 2021 semester, UTSA opened the doors to its newest residence hall, Guadalupe Hall.  When construction on the building began in 2019, the floor plans were designed to be open...

Paisano Poll: What Do Students Think About the NEW Guadalupe Hall Dorm?

Kaitlyn Rosas, Multimedia Editor September 7, 2021

Today, Paisano News interviews Guadalupe hall student residents. Let’s see what they have to say about the brand new dormitory. Host: Kaitlyn Rosas Interviewers: Bella Nieto (News Editor) Videographer-...

One of the COVID-19 testing centers is in the Paseo. Residents in university housing can be tested more than once at no cost.

Laurel Village and Chaparral Village residents can be retested for COVID-19 at no cost

Josh Peck, News Editor October 6, 2020

Students living in Laurel Village and Chaparral Village are now allowed to be tested more than once for COVID-19 at no cost, according to an email from Housing and Residence Life (HRL). 17 students have...

A sign in the Student Union tells university community members to wear face coverings. The signage is part of UTSAs Do Your Part campaign to slow the spread of COVID-19 on campus.

COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program Launches in Student Housing

Josh Peck, News Editor September 15, 2020

UTSA launched a new COVID-19 surveillance testing program on Sept. 14 for asymptomatic students living in on-campus housing. Participation in the program is voluntary, and the tests will come at no cost...

Photo by Robyn Castro

UTSA launches COVID-19 dashboard to track cases and on-campus isolation and quarantine

Josh Peck, News Editor September 11, 2020

UTSA recently launched a COVID-19 dashboard to provide the number of positive COVID-19 cases among students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with the university that have a direct campus impact, as...

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