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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

Decoding Rate My Professors

Decoding Rate My Professors

Lauren Hernandez, Assistant Arts & Life Editor February 13, 2024

If you are a college student and have yet to hear of Ratemyprofessors.com (RMP), you must be living off-grid and somehow stumbled upon The Paisano.  If the above is true, you should know that RMP is...

Paisano Poll: Students Anticipate End of Semester

Today, the Paisano interviews students to gather their thoughts on finals, what motivates them and what they hope for the next semester. Interviewers: Gauri Raje, Kaitlyn Rosas Videographer- Marcela...

Ribbon cutting ceremony for veteran’s center.Photo by Ethan Gullett

Center for Military Affiliated Students Grand Opening

Heather Montoya November 20, 2019

The Center for Military Affiliated Students held its grand opening on Nov. 14. This center provides veteran and military-affiliated students with services available in one office location. “Veteran...

New center supports students with foster care background

New center supports students with foster care background

Josh Peck November 20, 2019

UTSA recently opened the Fostering Education Success Center (FESC) in the Student Union (SU 2.01.05) for students with a history of foster care. The FESC was created in Fall 2019 by the Department of Social...

Don’t fret the end of semester scaries

Don’t fret the end of semester scaries

Donald Escamilla Jr. November 20, 2019

We are now in the final weeks of the Fall 2019 semester, and tensions are high for a lot of students. Teachers are dumping every assignment they have into these last weeks such as projects, homework and...

Graphic by Jacqueline Cantu

Election Day

Joseph Torres November 6, 2019

UTSA will host a Bexar County polling station inside the HEB Student Union on Nov. 5. Students will be able to vote on: the Joint Constitutional Amendment; the General, Special and Bond Election on the...

Graphic by Jacqueline Cantu

UTSA proposes tuition and fees increases

Joseph Torres October 30, 2019

UTSA plans to increase tuition and fees for fiscal years (FY) 21 and 22, starting Fall 2020, with another increase set for Fall 2021. The university has consistently offered the lowest tuition and fees...

Weird Liquid Incidents on Campus

Weird Liquid Incidents on Campus

Heather Montoya October 30, 2019

On Oct. 11, two UTSA students reported separate incidents to the UTSA Police Department in which a man threw a liquid on them while on campus. The suspect was identified and is not associated with UTSA....

When Will UTSA Intervene?

When Will UTSA Intervene?

Xavier Richardson October 30, 2019

In an environment where college students desire to express their views on controversial topics and practice free speech, rallies and protests are common occurrences on campus. Often, these public displays...

Graphic by Emmanuelle Maher

SGA actually wasted your money

Editorial Board October 16, 2019

SGA’s dense chronology of irresponsibility has just been updated with another embarrassing entry about their misuse of student funds. After weeks of student-led protests against SGA’s spending habits,...

UTSA should protect Latinx students against gun violence

UTSA should protect Latinx students against gun violence

Leonardo Garcia October 9, 2019

My thoughts and prayers go to the victims of mass shootings and their families. The recent mass shootings are causing mass hysteria in today’s society and have become more frequent and deadly in the...

photo by  Folasade Sabitu

Humans of UTSA: Vedika Khanna

Folasade Sabitu September 18, 2019

This is Vedika Khanna. She is a senior and a communication major. It took her three major changes to get her to where she is now, but the process has helped to build her confidence, solidify her values,...

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