Independent Student Newspaper For The University of Texas at San Antonio
The Paisano

May 30, 2015

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Music

SA’s own Signalman signed and to tour this summer

SA’s own Signalman signed and to tour this summer
The dream for every local band is to get signed to a record label and tour. It takes years of hard work to grow a fan base large enough to sustain a tour.

Entertainment

UTSA Underground: Art for the 99%

UTSA Underground: Art for the 99%
​South by Southwest? Check. San Antonio Book Festival? Check. Fiesta Festivities? Check.

Life

Black is the new black, and here to stay

Black is the new black, and here to stay
​Black has escaped its somber stigma and is now a symbol of style, a way to be effortlessly chic.

Arts & Life

Rowdy Radio makes sound waves in San Antonio

Rowdy Radio makes sound waves in San Antonio
Recently formed UTSA organization Rowdy Radio is making waves in the San Antonio community. On Saturday, April 11th, Rowdy Radio held their first annual music festival, Sol Fest, at Josabi’s Bar in Helotes. The festival ran from 3 p.m. – 1 a.m. and featured local artists, bands and rappers alike.

Arts & Life

Raising the skates at Runner Rink

Raising the skates at Runner Rink
​“Ready? Skate!” The announcer bellows his announcement as a flash of strobe lights stream across the ballroom, illuminating the multi-colored squares of tile that four different pairs of skates just zoomed over. Skaters are decked out in high-waisted blue jeans, tucked-in shirts and high-top socks. Is this the 90s? Nope, it’s UTSA’s Runner Rink.

Arts & Life

Fourth annual ‘It Could Be Verse’ attracts UTSA readers and spectators

Fourth annual ‘It Could Be Verse’ attracts UTSA readers and spectators
At a dinner event a few years ago, Creative Writing Professor Wendy Barker and Comparative Literature Professor Steven G. Kellman got to thinking: What would publicize the English department as well as promote literature?