Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 3:05pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 3:04pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 3:00pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 2:47pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 2:45pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 2:38pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by Edward Olvera on Apr 1 2020 - 2:31pm
UTSA students will be hosting a series of virtual conversations to allow community members an hour to connect, reflect on our experiences during this public health crisis, and consider what compassion means to us as a community at this time.  If you'd like to participate in a small group conversation please sign up for one of the available sessions below. This is a service project led by students in an undergraduate Civic Leadership course. 
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 31 2020 - 5:00pm
Staying home last week saved 1,271 lives in San Antonio and Bexar County. Not only that, but 8,832 people didn't go to the hospital because you stayed home, according to projections by CI:Now, a San Antonio nonprofit that expands access to data that is understandable, trustworthy and timely. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff issued a Stay Home, Work Safe Order on March 25, 2020. For many people, staying home since then has been a frustrating experience with few tangible benefits.
Written by Ross Ramsey on Mar 29 2020 - 12:18pm
By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune March 24, 2020 “Your money or your life!” has never seemed so stark.