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The time has come. Every laugh, every deadline at The Paisano I’ve had for the past two years has come…

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Hosted by Texas Public Radio, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) seminar was “San Antonio’s approach to becoming more trauma-informed.” Colleen…

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UTSA’s Friday Lights Celestial Lights hosted their final presentation of the semester called, “Female Trailblazers in Astronomy: From Past to…

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The first of a two-part series, “Essays One” by Lydia Davis is a dense volume of 502 pages. She pays…

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Q: When did music become an important aspect of your life? A: Music has been a big part of life…

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The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has stayed Rodney Reed’s execution, pending further court mediation. This decision came just five…

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“It’s a lot easier to fix broken kids than it is to fix broken men,” actor RJ Mitte said to…

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In the midst of light shows, art exhibits and spectators, a dancer and a violinist put on a performance that…

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Poems: SPN 1014 Spanish Heritage at UTSA Profesora Lilian L. Cano Doce años más tarde By: Victoria Chaires Eras mi…

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Beginning in the Jazz Age, Vanity Fair set the groundwork for a publication that would reign over the world of…

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Former UTSA student Travis Scott returned to NRG Park on Nov. 9, for the sequel to his revolutionary music festival,…

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Dr. Tahir Naqvi, an associate professor of anthropology at Trinity University, hosted the “Legal and Political Terrain of Transgender Rights…