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

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

34th Annual Women’s March

34th Annual Women’s March

Laynie Clark, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2024

With the progression of International Women’s Month, San Antonians took to the streets to embrace womanhood and empower one another. On March 10, the “Mujeres Marcharan” Coalition hosted the...

Women’s rights march held in downtown

Women’s rights march held in downtown

Laynie Clark, Managing Editor March 7, 2023

On March 5, Mujeres Marcharán Coalition (MMC) organized a march and rally in celebration of International Women’s Day. The march took place in downtown San Antonio at Milam Park. Assisting MMC were...

Demonstrators gathered at Milam Park to advocate for abortion rights in Texas. Bella Nieto/The Paisano

Thousands of San Antonians join 600 nationwide in ‘Ban Off Our Bodies’ protest at Milam Park

Bella Nieto, News Editor October 5, 2021

On Oct. 2, the official chapter of the National Women’s March in conjunction with Planned Parenthood South Texas, Urge, AVAW, Lilith Fund, Southwest Workers Union, Martinez Street Women’s Center, Texas...

Kimiya Factory/The Paisano

Big Sis Advice: #ChangeRapeCulture

Kimiya Factory March 6, 2019

*Trigger Warning* I’ve thought long and hard about how to even approach an article about rape culture. How the hell do I even sum up the suffering of centuries? The truth is I can’t; suffering can’t...

The Lone Star State is not marching alone

Lloyd Doggett February 23, 2017

Standing on the steps of our State Capitol with my two adult daughters, Cathy and Dr. Lisa Doggett, and my third-grade granddaughter, Clara, and in front of 50,000 Texans, I had the privilege of addressing...

Brianna Orta, The Paisano

Special Collections aim to archive MLK and Women’s March history

Molly Crowder February 1, 2017

The UTSA Libraries Special Collections department is requesting donations of flyers, signs and other memorabilia used in the recent Women’s and Martin Luther King Jr. Day march. These items will be archived...

The protest was peaceful with many children, babies and dogs in attendance. A young girl standing
next to her mother held a sign that stated “Keep your tiny hands off my rights”. Caroline Traylor, The Paisano

San Antonio Women March

Alex Birnel January 25, 2017

The chants were coming from quixotic speakers all throughout the procession. At one moment, the classic call and response “What do we want?” “Justice!” “When do we want it?” “Now!” was...

Brianna Orta raises a fist in solidarity. Brianna Orta, The Paisano

Did you march?

Brianna Orta January 25, 2017

This past weekend in cities all across the world women and allies took to the streets in peaceful marches to stand in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our health, our safety and for the future...

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