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Study explores the effects of religion on child development

John Bartkowski, lead researcher, in his study.

Julia Maenius

February 26, 2019

John Bartkowski, a UTSA professor of sociology, conducted a study on the effects of religion on the development of young children. “I study cultural influences on personal and community well-being, including religion, life course development and health as well as faith-based organizations efforts...

Resist the binary

Graphic by Enrique Bonilla/The Paisano

Mauro Vasquez

November 15, 2017

Computers are coded with binary sequences. In the mind of a central processing unit, you and I exist as a sequence of ones and zeros. To a certain extent, you too are coded. Our coding consists of many adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G) and thymine (T) nitrogen bases, which are amino acids that mak...

Religious phenomena at UTSA explained

Religious phenomena at UTSA explained

Jessica Salinas

December 17, 2016

UTSA has 26 recognized religious student organizations. This is the premise for the 16 Apples Production documentary, “Religion in Rowdyland” released on YouTube in March. The UTSA student documentary is an attempt to explain religious phenomena at UTSA with limited bias and favoritism. The documentary was ...

Pursuing truth

February 24, 2015

We know to be wary of impossible advertisements such as weight loss pills. We are taught to be dubious of gaudy sources of information such as The National Inquirer and we are encouraged to be skeptical of unsubstantiated correlations like that vaccinations can cause autism. We hold a...

Roadrunner Roundtable: Atheist Christians

January 25, 2015

The Paisano/ Edidiong Adiakpan In this episode of Roadrunner Roundtable, Peter Sanchez speaks about his experience as a person who identifies as Atheist and Christian. You can reach Peter for further questions at [email protected] Intro Music: Pusufe by Peter Sanchez ...