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Keep track of coronavirus updates from UTSA administration members

Keep track of coronavirus updates from UTSA administration members

Josh Peck, News Editor

March 16, 2020

For the most up-to-date information, visit UTSA’s coronavirus information page.   March 23 Update from UTSA President Dr. Taylor Eighmy On March 23, President Dr. Taylor Eighmy sent an email to students updating them on how UTSA will adjust its operations after San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelso...

President Eighmy recieves award

President Eighmy recieves award

Breahna Luera

April 9, 2019

The San Antonio Business Journal has announced President Taylor Eighmy as the inaugural Dealmaker of the Year. While Eighmy is not San Antonio’s first Dealmaker—someone who initiates additional infrastructure and culture to the city—he is the first to be named Dealmaker of the Year. He received...

Roadrunner football fans, relax

Roadrunner football fans, relax

Editorial Board and Ryan Garza

September 27, 2018

Relax. Don’t hit that panic button just yet. After starting the season off losing their first three games, UTSA received outrage and backlash from fans about what was going wrong with team and how it could be solved, but UTSA faithfuls need to accept what the team is trying to do and understand that...

Sotomayor’s wide approval is worth exploring

Sotomayor’s wide approval is worth exploring

Editorial Board

January 31, 2018

UTSA’s high profile visit from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor moved the audience. Her can-do advice was inspiring, as was her humble background. Unfortunately, only students selected before the presentation were permitted to ask Sotomayor a question. The personal questions were interest...

Supreme Court Justice visits UTSA

Supreme Court Justice visits UTSA

Isaac Serna

January 31, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s inspirational account of her life elicited applause throughout her presentation to the UTSA community, but when President Taylor Eighmy said, “She is the first Latina to sit on the high bench,” the audience began cheering. “That gives me goosebumps,...

#UTSAUnited: student organizations respond

#UTSAUnited: student organizations respond

Vincent Valdez

November 29, 2017

Ten student organizations, led by the UTSA NAACP chapter, organized to draft a letter calling for an administrative response to a white nationalist banner hung outside the University Center. The white nationalist group Patriot Front claimed responsibility on Twitter, posting two photos of two separate...

Patriot Front Targets UTSA

Patriot Front Targets UTSA

Gaige Davila

November 24, 2017

Patriot Front, a national white supremacist organization, has claimed responsibility via Twitter for the unauthorized display of a banner over the UC Paseo (Main Campus) on Nov. 16. Similar banners and flyers were posted on other area campuses. Flyers were posted at Northwest Vista College in San...

‘Reimagining’ the future of the UTSA Downtown Campus

‘Reimagining’ the future of the UTSA Downtown Campus

Vincent Valdez

November 15, 2017

On Nov. 13, UTSA celebrated the Downtown Campus 20th Anniversary by honoring its past, reimagining its future and exploring opportunities to advance and grow into an urban-serving university through a series of presentations, panel discussions and a party on the Plaza catered by Bill Miller’s Bar-b-q...