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Q&A with Brittany Garcia, UTSA SGA’s upcoming president

Photo courtesy of Brittany Garcia

Alejandro Lopez

April 17, 2018

Brittany Garcia, junior public health major, will be student body president of UTSA SGA in Fall 2018. A member for three years, Garcia currently serves as vice president of UTSA SGA. Garcia’s campaign focused on improving diversity and inclusion on campus. Q: Why did you want to become SGA President? I’...

SGA candidates outline policy positions in debate

Samuel De Leon

March 8, 2017

Seven presidential and two vice presidential candidates faced off in the Student Government Association Presidential and Vice Presidential debate March 2. This debate informed the UTSA students on each candidates priority issues. James Rivera spoke about improving the graduation and retention rate of the...

SGA heads to state capitol to advance UTSA agenda

SGA heads to state capitol to advance UTSA agenda

Isaac Serna

February 15, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) went toe-to-toe with the Texas government in Austin during UTSA Day at the Capitol Tuesday, Feb. 14. “SGA is one of several UTSA organizations going to the capitol,”  SGA Legislative Director Rebecca Conejo said, “We’re going during the 85th Legislature...

SGA crowdfunding Roadrunner memorial

The memorial is expected to be built in front of the Main Building’s roundabout area.Photo courtesy of SGA

Gaige Davila

November 10, 2016

The funding goal for a crowdfunded memorial garden on UTSA’s main campus has nearly been reached, with nearly 95 percent of the project funded as of this article’s printing. The Roadrunner Memorial Garden project, spearheaded by UTSA Student Government Association (SGA), is a student-led initiat...