The Paisano

Mírame, a look at the UTSA student-run band bringing their style to the local scene

Mírame formed from a group of students that are part of UTSA musicians of business.
Photo courtesy of Mírame

Kimiya Factory

June 9, 2018

The music scene at UTSA was booming all spring semester. After the successful UTSA Underground music festival that featured local artists by and for the students, word of a particular band, Mírame, caught like wildfire. This band, exclusively made of UTSA students, covers the hottest songs out today...

Read. Write. Repeat.

Image of Octavio Quintanilla

Samantha Ceballos

May 20, 2018

Getting to know the city’s new poet laureate.   The world awakens inspiration: sounds, colors, textures. All three come together to help San Antonio poet laureate Octavio Quintanilla create his poetry.  As San Antonio rings in three hundred years of history, the city has its first mal...

Ciudad, a crecer: an invitation

Controversy bubbles over development near Hays St. Bridge on the east side. Creative Commons

Enrique Bonilla

January 10, 2018

Looking into the growing pains of San Antonio in 2018.   The sprawl of mankind over earth is the tale of humanity. Over thousands of years, sapiens consumed and conquered land, water and air to acquire food and shelter. From the humble foraging bands of kin societies to larger nomadic t...