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The North Paseo Building (center, back) holds the Title IX office on the fourth floor. UTSA will continue using mandatory reporters even though it is no longer federally required. Photo by Robyn Castro

President Eighmy Signs Plan of Action for Fall 2021 Updates

Gauri Raje, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

Last week, UTSA officially released its plan of action for the 2021 Fall semester via an email signed by President Taylor Eighmy, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affair Kimberly Andrews...

Rowdy statue on campus wears a face mask. President Eighmy gave an update on Nov. 9 about campus operations after the Thanksgiving holiday.

President Eighmy gives update on campus operations after Thanksgiving holiday

Breahna Luera, News Editor November 10, 2020

President Taylor Eighmy, Provost Kimberly Espy and Chief Financial Officer Veronica Mendez sent an email to the UTSA community on Nov. 9 with updates on how campus will operate after Thanksgiving. These...

President Eighmy speaks at a podium. Eighmy announced on May 11 that UTSA campuses will reopen in the coming fall.

President Eighmy says UTSA will ‘broadly re-open’ in Fall 2020

Josh Peck, News Editor May 11, 2020

President Taylor Eighmy announced on May 11 that the UTSA campuses would reopen in Fall 2020 and that a detailed plan of the process and safety measures that will be put in place when the university reopens...

President Eighmy updates the UTSA community on the university's response to the coronavirus pandemic

President Eighmy updates the UTSA community on the university’s response to the coronavirus pandemic

Breahna Luera, News Editor March 18, 2020

On March 17, President Dr. Taylor Eighmy sent students an email with an update on COVID-19’s effects on the UTSA community. The email stated that virtual instruction will last through the end of the...

Eighmy gives update on campus well-being

Eighmy gives update on campus well-being

Breahna Luera, News Editor March 4, 2020

UTSA President Dr. Taylor Eighmy sent students an update on campus well-being via email on Feb. 28. “Over the last couple of months, concerns have been raised regarding UTSA’s efforts to promote...

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The state of mental health at UTSA

Breahna Luera and Josh Peck February 19, 2020

On Feb. 7, President Taylor Eighmy provided The Paisano with his first statement regarding the suicide of Cesar Caballero, sophomore pre-music major and Resident Assistant (RA) at Alvarez Hall. The incident...

Frank Wilson and his team taking the field before a game. Photo by Lindsey Thomas

The expectation has been set

Jose Bouquett September 24, 2019

UTSA officially codified their zero-tolerance sexual assault policy, named after sexual assault advocate and survivor Brenda Tracy, effective at the beginning of this semester. As a community, not enough...

President Eighmy institutes Student Advisory Council

President Eighmy institutes Student Advisory Council

Breahna Luera March 6, 2019

President Taylor Eighmy recently launched his Student Advisory Council in hopes to gain a better understanding of students’ perspectives on campus life and get continuous input from them on how to make...

New initiative strives for zero-tolerance environment

New initiative strives for zero-tolerance environment

Alejandro Lopez February 20, 2019

President Taylor Eighmy announced the President’s Initiative on Preventing Sexual Assault and Misconduct on Feb. 11. The goal of this initiative is to create a zero tolerance environment for sexual assault...

Students rally against sexual assault

Students rally against sexual assault

Alejandro Lopez February 13, 2019

Students involved in the #ChangeRapeCulture group organized a rally under the Sombrilla on Feb. 13 at 12 p.m. The purpose of the rally is to raise awareness of the group’s call to action and make their...

Protest at a university

Letter to the Editor: Tolerating the intolerant

Eddie Cruz November 1, 2018

Free speech is an important right on college campuses in America. It’s also the conservatives’ last resort when someone disagrees with them because there are no grounds for their argument. On Oct....

UTSA Downtown Campus
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Re-developing the downtown campus

Heather Montoya June 9, 2018

Task force targets services, communication, curriculum, housing and name change Three community town hall meetings were held in April to discuss the development of the downtown campus. Since the meetings,...

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