Tuesday 9/16

Find your niche on campus at the Student

Involvement Fair. Campus will be

bustling with representatives from UTSA

clubs and organizations ready to meet

you. The fair will take place from 10

a.m. – 2 p.m. on Sept. 16 and 17.

With tables set up all over campus,

it will be difficult not to get informed

about at least a few organizations. Being

a part of a student group ties you

to UTSA in ways that simply attending

class will not. Locations for the Student

Involvement Fair include First Floor Corridor

East – UC 1.02, Retama Galleria –

UC 2.02, UC Rowdy Lawn and Airport

Lounge – UC 2.02.00D. The Paisano

will be tabling during this time at the

Retama Galleria, so if you’re interested

in writing, photography or web, we

would love to meet you!

Wednesday 9/17

This is the last day for students to cast

their vote in the Student Government Association

(SGA) election. You can vote

on ASAP starting Sept. 16. The winners

of the elections will be announced on

Sept. 18 at 3 p.m. on the UC Paseo.

Your vote matters and affects the university.

Familiarize yourself with what

each candidate stands for and be sure

to vote.

Thursday 9/18

Have you seen every episode of Seinfeld?

Do you consistently watch reruns

on TBS? If so, you’ll fit right in with other

Seinfeld enthusiasts gathering at Alamo

Drafthouse Park North (618 NW Loop

410) for The Contest: A Seinfeld Quiz

About Nothing. $5 gets you in the

door and the event starts at 8 p. m.

Bring your friends and test your Seinfeld

knowledge. For more information, visit

geekswhodrink.com.

Friday 9/19

The legendary king of comedy Bill Cosby

will bring his “Far From Finished”

act to the Tobin Center for the Performing

Arts (100 Auditorium Circle). Since

the 1960s, Cosby has made America

laugh and continues to bring relatable

and hilarious, material to the stage.

Tickets to see this comedic gem start at

$39.50, and the show starts at 8 p. m.

To purchase tickets and get more information,

visit tobincenter.org.

Saturday 9/20

The San Antonio Parks Foundation is

hosting Jazz’SAlive, a free two-day

event that will be taking place in Travis

Park from 11:30 a. m. – 9:30 p. m. Local

acts will play in the afternoon, and

nationally known performers will play

in the evening. VIP tickets are available

for $50. For the show lineup and more

information, visit saparksfoundation.

org/jazzsalive.

Sunday 9/21

Want to get away from the UTSA corner

of San Antonio? Gather a few friends

and wander out to New Braunfels for

Gruene Market Days. The day will

feature handmade treasures from over

100 vendors, free parking and live entertainment.

Admission is free, and the

market is open from 10 a. m. – 5 p. m.

The market will be set up in the Gruene

Historic District in front of Adobe Verde

(1724 Hunter Rd.) For more information,

visit gruenemarketdays.com.

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