The Paisano

An open letter to Eighmy

An open letter to Eighmy

Mabel Diaz, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2020

UTSA is severely lacking mental health resources for LGTBQ+ students. This dearth of adequate care juxtaposed with the increasingly severe symptoms of students seeking services is not conducive to the university’s success. These statements aren’t news. However, it is more crucial than ever to bring...

Your insults could be their end

Your insults could be their end

Kimiya Factory

September 20, 2017

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. But they do. Words have a way of cutting so deep that one could argue verbal insults heal much slower than a physical blow. Imagine this, you’re completely numb. The sun is shining bright and warm today, but you can’t even feel it....

Film ‘No Letting Go’ sheds light on mental illness

Film ‘No Letting Go’ sheds light on mental illness

Raquel Zuniga

January 25, 2017

As we enter 2017, our society is becoming more open to different topics with ourselves and each other, but unfortunately, we still stigmatize mental health illness. One in five people, male and female, will be diagnosed with a mental illness within a year, compared to an illness such as breast canc...