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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

Empowering women one collective at a time

Empowering women one collective at a time

Genevieve Vega, Distribution Manager January 31, 2023

“Hello Gorgeous” illuminates the extraordinary store with a clear sign of support and empowerment for local female entrepreneurs. Elysia Collective Co., located off of Wurzbach Rd., is a small storefront...

‘Hikari Coffee Co.’

‘Hikari Coffee Co.’

Eunice Rodriguez, Contributing Writer October 10, 2022

Offering freshly roasted coffee, Hikari Coffee Co. brings a taste of Latin and African coffee to San Antonio. At just 17 years old, UTSA alumna Elaine Oyama started Hikari Coffee Co. with a coffee roaster...

A need for beads

A need for beads

Carissa Merchant, Contributing Writer October 4, 2022

The last thing Ashton Gonzalez expected was for her peers to express interest in buying the custom-made necklaces she began making as a hobby. The sophomore business marketing major at UTSA started making...

‘Sour Kandy’

‘Sour Kandy’

Chloe Williams, Web and Social Editor October 3, 2022

Sour Kandy is an alternative repurposed brand started by UTSA Junior, Keagan Pace. Pace started Sour Kandy about a year ago and has since released one collection with more on the way.  “My first...

Student by day, tattoo artist by night

Student by day, tattoo artist by night

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor September 6, 2022

Racking up nearly 9,000 followers, third-year UTSA art student Serenity Jachynt — better known as @tattoosbyserenity on Instagram — has gained an impressive amount of social media traction since the...

UTSA alumna-owned business: Cherry Minx Boutique

UTSA alumna-owned business: Cherry Minx Boutique

Guissel Mora, Staff Writer September 6, 2022

UTSA alumna, Glenda Vanderkam, has always been described as someone who advocates for women's rights and ensures that people feel comfortable and confident in what they wear. She conveys this message through...

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