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

Beto ORourke visits San Antonio one day after announcing gubernatorial candidacy

Beto O’Rourke visits San Antonio one day after announcing gubernatorial candidacy

Bella Nieto, News Editor November 30, 2021

Beto O’Rourke, former senate and presidential candidate, officially announced his candidacy for governor on Nov. 15. The next day, O’Rourke kicked off his campaign by visiting San Antonio, joining...

Love and politics

Love and politics

Laynie Clark, Assistant Arts & Life Editor November 2, 2021

That’s it, you have found the one. You look them in the eyes and it feels like your heart is in your throat and the world has stopped; it’s like they were made for you. Conversation flows and you laugh...

Graphic by Ethan Gullett

Out with the old in with review: An assessment of Trump’s cabinet

Jaida Sloan, Staff Writer January 26, 2021

The time has come to bid the Trump Cabinet a final farewell. Looking back on the last four years under the Trump Cabinet, it's hard to deny the seismic influence his Cabinet will leave behind. From the...

Why 2020 politics became so scary

Why 2020 politics became so scary

Bella Nieto, Assistant News Editor October 27, 2020

The holidays are meant to spark feelings of joy and comfort, but instead, they cause headaches and discomfort. Of course, there are various reasons for this, but chief among them is the inevitable conversations...

Politics

Politics

Josh Peck, News Editor May 28, 2020

The American political system is unlike any other in the world. Since its inception, it has inspired struggles for democracy and liberty across the world, from the French Revolution in the 18th century...

Illustration by Ethan Gullett

Between the Lines

Paris Cantu, Staff Writer February 18, 2020

Toni Morrison began writing her debut novel, “The Bluest Eye,” 50 years ago, following her own advice: “If you find a book you really want to read but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must...

Kae Roemershauser hosting conversation with Wendy Davis. The two spoke about setting an example for young women.

‘If we get knocked down, we get back up’: Wendy Davis on being a progressive woman in Texas Politics

Rudy Sanchez, Editor-in-Chief February 18, 2020

When Wendy Davis finally left the senate floor after trying to block a restrictive anti-abortion bill inside the Texas legislature in 2013, a concerned colleague handed the former state senator her first...

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Iowa caucuses chaos, explained

Isabella Briseño, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

During each presidential election cycle, the Iowa caucuses are regarded as the deciding factor in who will be the presidential nominee for their party. The Iowa caucuses are the first nomination process...

What impeachment could mean for Democrats, and America

What impeachment could mean for Democrats, and America

Alex Hanks, Co Opinion Editor January 21, 2020

The disunity in the U.S.’s political arena is increasing — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has officially sent the articles of impeachment to the Senate, and the Senate has sworn an oath to be fair jurors. This...

Hector Garcia to speak for
TEDxSanAntonio. Photo Courtesy of Hector Garcia

Q&A: TEDx Speaker Hector Garcia

Breahna Luera November 6, 2019

Clinical psychologist, private consultant and Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dr. Hector Garcia, will speak at TEDxSan Antonio on Nov. 9. Q: What...

Graphic by Emma Reeves

A legacy solidified

Alex Hanks October 2, 2019

This Wednesday, Oct 2, the life of Mahatma Gandhi will be showcased by UTSA faculty and scholars. On what would’ve been Gandhi's 150th birthday, the event will highlight his activism and anticolonial...

Photo by Lindsey Thomas

Do not read this

Joseph Torres September 17, 2019

Imagine having unlimited information in the palm of your hand. How would you use this power? The First Amendment protects an individual’s right to freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Regrettably,...

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