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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Roadrunners cough up victory in final minutes

Roadrunners cough up victory in final minutes

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer February 25, 2024

Despite an outstanding defensive performance, key turnovers caused UTSA to fall to South Florida 66-61 Wednesday in the Convocation Center. A 15-point night from guard Christian Tucker was not enough to...

Sexual assault, theft, stalking

Sexual assault, theft, stalking

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief February 20, 2024

In compliance with the Clery Act, UTSA keeps a public daily crime log that houses all on-campus crimes. The log gives brief summaries that include the date, time, location, incident and current status...

Exploring UTSA’s graduation and admission rates

Exploring UTSA’s graduation and admission rates

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

As UTSA reached R1 status and began to be recognized nationally for several of its programs, its applicants’ competitiveness and the ratio output of graduates have been questioned. Although increasing...

Ban on cultural graduations sparks controversy

Ban on cultural graduations sparks controversy

Elizabeth Hope, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

On Jan. 1, 2024, Senate Bill 17 (SB 17) went into effect, causing all Texas universities and colleges to close their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) offices. SB 17 was signed into law by Gov. Greg...

Fund cultural graduations

Fund cultural graduations

Editorial Board February 20, 2024

Last month, Texas witnessed the signing of the infamous Senate Bill 17 into law by Governor Greg Abbott. This controversial law would force all Texas Universities and colleges to shutter their diversity,...

Free study abroad program offered through USDA grant

Free study abroad program offered through USDA grant

Noah Willoughby, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Late last summer, a group of professors from UTSA and St. Philip’s College (SPC) were awarded the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Collaborative Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Education...

UTSA’s online undergraduate programs surge in rankings

UTSA’s online undergraduate programs surge in rankings

Alessandra Avila, Assistant News Editor February 20, 2024

The 2024 Best Online Programs list from U.S. News & World Report was released earlier this week, and it shows how much UTSA’s fully online undergraduate degree programs have improved in ranking....

UTSA confident ahead of upcoming season

UTSA confident ahead of upcoming season

Haley Aguayo, Assistant Sports Editor February 18, 2024

The UTSA baseball team is set to play their first series of the year in the comfort of their newly updated Roadrunner Field this weekend.  “We’re definitely going in the right direction this year....

SGA discusses the university budget and tuition freeze

SGA discusses the university budget and tuition freeze

Amber Serio, News Editor February 13, 2024

In their second general assembly of the semester, UTSA’s Student Government Association (SGA) discussed several topics, such as the university budget, how different funds are used and the tuition freeze...

Exploring the UTSA Libraries Databases

Exploring the UTSA Libraries Databases

Faith Kouadio, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

UTSA Libraries is an up-to-date library with a deep information collection that extends beyond the books. The virtual databases contain thousands of resources on hundreds of subjects, access to other libraries,...

FAFSA issues continue with delayed release and glitches

FAFSA issues continue with delayed release and glitches

Noah Willoughby, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

The Department of Education officially “soft launched” the updated Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2024-2025 school year on Dec. 30. The application was updated due to Congress-mandated...

Troubled 5-star recruit seeks redemption at UTSA

Troubled 5-star recruit seeks redemption at UTSA

Rylan Renteria, Distribution Manager February 13, 2024

As the UTSA football program continues to grow under head coach Jeff Traylor, higher-rated recruits will begin to consider the program as a suitable destination to try and make a name for themselves. Early...

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