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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Students express various concerns on removal of the Come and Take It slogan

Students express various concerns on removal of the ‘Come and Take It’ slogan

Bella Nieto, News Editor September 21, 2021

After the creation of a task force that deliberated on UTSA’s tradition of using the ‘Come and Take It’ slogan at football games, President Eighmy, last week, announced his intention to end the UTSA...

Images around campus after the snow storm.

UTSA students disheartened and frustrated during the Winter Storm

Bella Nieto, News Editor February 23, 2021

During the unusual winter storm that swept the south in the latter half of last week, students were both disheartened and irked by the unprecedented events that forced so many into isolation and scarcity.    Freshman...

Student opinions on updates to blackboard

Bella Nieto, News Editor January 22, 2021

Blackboard, UTSA’s online learning system, received an update over the winter break in preparation for the Spring 2021 semester. The need for an innovative, comprehensive and accessible web-based schooling...

Bold Promise of Free Tuition – Paisano Polls

Bold Promise of Free Tuition – Paisano Polls

Jada Teague, Assistant Multimedia Editor March 13, 2020
Beginning in the Fall of 2020, incoming freshmen who qualify will have their tuition and fees completely covered by financial aid for four years. This is President Eighmy’s Bold Promise. Qualifying students must be Texas Residents, have family incomes up to 50,500 dollars, and rank in the top 25% of their high school classes. Students share their thoughts on this free-tuition program.
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