The Paisano

UTSA graduate student Eden Collins presents her MFA thesis: Sometimes I Play With Myself

Anita Finger, The Bathtub Drag Queen

Katrina Clements

November 7, 2018

The way we present ourselves to the world is completely our choice, and to appear calm, collected and professional is what many strive to be perceived as on their route to success. But what about the traits we hide from the outside world? The characters who are full of personality just waiting for their...

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Students play video games in The Roost, which feature over 50 different videos games to play from.
Photo courtesy of UTSA Student Union

Andy Borunda

June 9, 2018

A guide to some of what UTSA has to offer For many first-time college students, or students transferring from a different institution, spending time on campus can seem like a chore. It’s a common misconception that college campuses are lifeless and boring, and an incredible number of students go ...

Manifestations from the black mirror

Courtesy of John McFadden

Devin De Leon

January 31, 2018

John McFadden presents the art that lives in social media.   By combining his personal social media timeline, cell phone photography and online advertising amongst other sources, John Mcfadden manifests his thoughts using vinyl lettering, digital banners and lots of gold streamers. The w...

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Samantha Ceballos

June 8, 2017

Mascot Mayhem Rowdy has been UTSA’s mascot since 1977, but he almost wasn’t a roadrunner. The choices for the 1977 vote were an armadillo or a star. The student vote was voided by the Student Representative Assembly, now the Student Government Association, and a roadrunner was thrown into the vote. The ro...

Terminal 136 displays installations by UTSA art faculty

“The News” by Ken Little. Enrique Bonilla, The Paisano

Enrique Bonilla

April 11, 2017

Each first Thursday of the month, art walks are held in the King Williams Cultural Arts Districts. On April 6 the arts department hosted their opening reception for “Faculty Selects” at Terminal 136 in the Blue Star Arts Complex. The exhibit showcases highlights of 18 artists who currently teach art and...