Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Updated campus map provides functional search and modernized design

Updated campus map provides functional search and modernized design

Chloe Williams, Web and Social editor April 11, 2023

This past month a new interactive campus map was launched. The map was created to alleviate issues with old mapping resources.  The goal of creating the new map was to design a modern, user-friendly...

‘A picturesque European village’

‘A picturesque European village’

Ismail Hussain, Contributor January 24, 2023

Rating: 3 stars UTSA’s Main Campus has quite a storied history, despite its monolithic nature and its relatively young age. At first glance, the campus seems more functional than aesthetic. The...

Students walk by the Main Building, which has been under construction for over a year.

Main Building repairs to help eliminate a history of water leaks

Alex Fotschky, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

In July 2021, the university announced renovation plans to repair leaks on UTSA’s Main Building. Construction was expected to finish in early Fall 2022, but the work was delayed. “We anticipate...

Photos of UTSAs Main Campus

Photos of UTSA’s Main Campus

Dustin Vickers, Photo Team January 24, 2022

UTSA Emergency Alerts are Not ‘All Clear’

UTSA Emergency Alerts are Not ‘All Clear’

Xavier Richardson November 6, 2019

In the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 3, UTSA students, faculty and staff received a notification from the UTSA Alerts System. The alert stated, “An off-campus incident has been reported near Main...

Photo courtesy of Alamo Architects

Guadalupe Hall set to be completed for Fall 2021

Jada Teague October 23, 2019

UTSA has recently started building the new freshman residence hall on the Main Campus. The construction of the 101,351 square-foot building began this fall. It is located at the corner of Brenan Avenue...

Graphic by Paola Esquivel

2018 UTSA crime statistics

Joseph Torres October 2, 2019

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates UTSA to release a report disclosing security information and criminal statistics annually....

Courtesy of Emilio Tavarez

Student input requested for campus name change

Joseph Torres September 11, 2019

UTSA’s president, Taylor Eighmy, sent out an email to students on Sept. 5 requesting recommendations to change the name of UTSA’s Main Campus. Eighmy stated, “It is apparent that the name ‘Main...

UTSA shuttles parked in Brakenridge Parking Lot 1. 
Ricky Galindo/The Paisano

New shuttle services

Heather Montoya June 9, 2018

The Runner available to transport students between campuses Beginning in Fall 2018, UTSA will begin providing additional shuttle services for students. “UTSA recognizes the needs of its growing student...

Photo by Jacques Nicolay

UC piano player on Main Campus plays his heart out

Taiwo Adepoju February 23, 2017

Jacques Nicolay, a junior and a mechanical engineering major at UTSA, is one of the many piano players at UTSA who blesses the ears of UTSA students (when he gets the opportunity to) with as they sit,...

Leisure area and spa for new Rec pool

January 28, 2014

The UT System Board of Regents recently approved a $5.9 million budget to renovate the pool in the Recreation Wellness Center on UTSA’s Main Campus. The old pool, which closed November 2011, will...

Last Light Up: Smoking restrictions begin June 1

April 16, 2013

Starting June 1, UTSA will make all of its campuses smoke-free and tobacco-free environments. This process will be carried out by the UTSA Tobacco-Free Task Force, who will make all three UTSA...

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