Written by Sofia Briones on May 24 2022 - 11:18am
UTSA is holding a second film screening that is free and open to the public.  Come enjoy some student-made films on Thursday, June 9!  See the flyer for more info or check out the UTSA film studies Facebook page. 
Written by Sofia Briones on Apr 13 2022 - 7:39pm
For decades, low pay and workplace abuse have persisted in San Antonio despite workers’ efforts to dignify their labor conditions and fight for their rights. Join this panel where local workers and organizers will discuss how they have resisted these oppressive conditions and how the public can become involved in the city’s labor movement. Click here for more information. 
Written by Vivian Lopez on Feb 9 2022 - 8:20pm
Dr. Kinitra Brooks, prolific author and Black Horror scholar, will discuss her work in the genre and answer questions from host, Kalia Glover, as well as the audience. She is known for her analysis of HBO's Lovecraft Country, Candyman (2021) directed by Nia DaCosta, as well as conjure and root-working traditions. Register here
Written by Vivian Lopez on Aug 1 2021 - 7:48pm
Representatives of six San Antonio nonprofits shared insights about the multi-million-dollar gifts they received from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, and how the donations will transform the local landscape.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 11 2020 - 9:50pm
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Written by Sami Bouls on Jul 2 2019 - 4:26pm
The commencement ceremony for the University of Texas at San Antonio’s College of Liberal & Fine Arts took place on May 18, 2019 at 10 a.m. Below is the video of Paula Gold-Williams, the commencement Keynote Speaker.
Written by Hannah Wolf on Jun 4 2019 - 2:13pm
A 74-page comprehensive report about the status of women in San Antonio was recently published by Lily Casura, who recently completed her Masters of Social Work at the University of Texas in San Antonio, and Dr. Rogelio Sáenz, professor of demography at the University of Texas in San Antonio. The report was commissioned by the City of San Antonio. It was divided into four parts discussing four major topics: health and wellbeing, economic opportunities, political participation, and violence and safety.
Written by rudyarispe on Mar 12 2019 - 9:50am
An explosion of artwork highlights multiple concepts including love, romance, global plunder, rasquachismo, and the AIDS pandemic. The exhibit winds its way through the ITC gallery in colorful, multiple dioramas intricately detailed in a cohesive, culturally relevant queer-driven visual unit in search of true humility and noble hearts.