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

Spurs third quarter rally falls short, lose 105-94 to Lakers

Spurs third quarter rally falls short, lose 105-94 to Lakers

Luke Lawhorn, Sports Editor November 26, 2022

What’s new? The Spurs were able to climb themselves out of a 20-point deficit in the third quarter to trail by just three points, though the Los Angeles Lakers were able to pull away 105-94 on Friday...

Spurs fall to Pelicans 129-110

Spurs fall to Pelicans 129-110

Luke Lawhorn, Sports Editor November 23, 2022

What’s new? Amidst being one of the youngest rosters in the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Spurs are finally home after a five-game west-coast road trip. San Antonio lost their first game...

Paisano Poll: 2022 Midterm Election Results

The Paisano interviews students to gather their opinions of the 2022 Midterm election results. Watch more to hear how students felt and why they still believe in the importance of casting your ballot. Read...

State of the City - 11/22/23

State of the City – 11/22/23

Mason Hickok, Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2022

Robert Rivard announced his retirement from the San Antonio Report, a site he helped to establish with his wife, Monika Maeckle, in 2012. Prior to working with the San Antonio Report, Rivard, a UTSA graduate,...

The new Promise-to-Promise program, which builds on the Partnership
between UTSA and Alamo Colleges, was announced during an event at the
Alamo Colleges District Support Operations Building.

New transfer program will allow students to transfer from AlamoPROMISE program to UTSA’s Bold Promise Program

Gauri Raje, News Editor November 15, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, UTSA announced that it will partner with the Alamo Colleges District to build on existing programs aimed at providing a “more seamless transfer pathway between the two institutions.” The...

State of the City — Week of 11/15/2022

State of the City — Week of 11/15/2022

Gauri Raje, News Editor November 15, 2022

The San Antonio City Council passed a vote of no confidence against Councilman Clayton Perry. On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Perry was accused of being involved in a hit-and-run while intoxicated. The incident took...

Get Involved Week of Nov. 15 to Nov. 22

Get Involved Week of Nov. 15 to Nov. 22

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor November 15, 2022

Tuesday, Nov. 15: Clay Fusion is hosting an art sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 14 and 15 at the Sombrilla on UTSA’s Main Campus. UTSA Prefreshman Engineering Program will hold a “Community...

Roadrunners win first game of the season 74-47

Roadrunners win first game of the season 74-47

Luke Lawhorn, Sports Editor November 8, 2022

After a big win in its exhibition game last week, UTSA took down Trinity 74-47. Josh Farmer led the Roadrunners (1-0) with 17 points and 12 rebounds, both game-highs. Jacob Germany had 15 points, and the...

Día de los Muertos at Mission Marquee Plaza

Día de los Muertos at Mission Marquee Plaza

Nate Henneke, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

The 5th annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at the Mission Marquee Plaza took place on Saturday, Oct. 29. Live music, colorful clothes and face paint lit up the night as the community remembered...

‘Tandemonium’ at Tandem San Antonio

‘Tandemonium’ at Tandem San Antonio

Laynie Clark, Managing Editor October 25, 2022

Tandem San Antonio is a beverage bar and music venue located on San Antonio’s South side. They serve coffee products and an assortment of alcoholic drinks. It is a joint space run by a group of friends,...

‘The Stuff of You’

‘The Stuff of You’

Samantha Ysaguirre, Contributing Writer October 25, 2022

Students displayed works of art on Oct. 18 in the Southwest School of Art hallway to showcase young and upcoming artists expanding on the barriers of art. Professor Chris Sauter, associate professor of...

A conversation with Lewis F. Fisher

A conversation with Lewis F. Fisher

Mason Hickok, Editor-in-Chief October 25, 2022

Public parks often hold respite, enriching activities and in this case — a history that spans over 12,000 years. For decades, Brackenridge Park has been one of San Antonio’s foremost places for fun...

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