Special Coverage

Written by MichaelWhite on Sep 15, 2014

After 33 years, The Paisano has moved into a new “lite-green” home especially designed for the University of Texas San Antonio student newspaper. Undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Architecture guided the design for The Paisano Media Arts Center, now located at 14526 Roadrunner Way, Suite 101, about two blocks south of UTSA's main campus.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Sep 11, 2014

International dancers and musicians from Cuba, Ukraine, Poland and Russia are the star attractions of “¡Viva Havana!” the annual fundraiser and gala with the stars presented by Musical Bridges Around the World (MBAW) from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

Written by UTHSCSA on Sep 09, 2014

A new joint agreement between The University of Texas at San Antonio and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will make it easier for qualified students to enter nursing school.

The joint agreement for the Early Acceptance – BSN RN program (EARN), announced today, will apply to students beginning their studies at UTSA this fall.

Written by rmcmer on Sep 08, 2014

Goodwill Industries of San Antonio’s fall donation drive gives donors a chance to see how their goodwill changes lives, businesses and ultimately the greater community.
“We are so much more than a retail store,” said Marla Jackson, Goodwill of San Antonio’s president and CEO. “Your donations help train people for better jobs, while providing them with the tools necessary to build successful career paths.”

Written by Rudy Arispe on Sep 05, 2014

Fashion designer Leighton Whittington can’t set foot into a Catholic cathedral as he did in Rome last summer without experiencing an intense emotional reaction. It’s all profoundly related to his obsession with the Catholic Church.

“Growing up in a household that was half-Catholic and half-Jewish, I find it curious that the one thing you can’t get away from, especially in San Antonio, is the history and background of the Catholic Church,” says Whittington, a 34-year-old, self-confessed, non-practicing Catholic. (He prefers the Kabbalah.)