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The UTSA Music Department’s original plan for a spring production didn’t go as expected but the group worked out an interesting alternative.

Images courtesy: UTSA Special Collections, Mexican Cookbook Collection

If COVID-19 isolation is getting to you, UTSA Libraries has a delicious idea you can sink your teeth into. UTSA's Amy Rushing said that even creative inspiration can come from things like COVID-19. So they've gone to their archives and assembled a selection of Mexican dessert recipes.


Institute of Texan Cultures
James Benavides

The Institute of Texan Cultures has been caught up in the budgetary cuts that the University of Texas at San Antonio has undergone.  


Bicycles line up outside HEB Student Union on the UTSA campus July 23, 2019.
Camille Phillips | Texas Public Radio

The University of Texas at San Antonio has laid off more than 300 employees as part of a university-wide effort to cut about 10% of its budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

Credit: UTSA Army ROTC Roadrunner Battalion

The University of Texas at San Antonio Army ROTC Roadrunner Battalion held its spring commissioning ceremony virtually on Friday. Thirty-four cadets took the oath to become commissioned officers — the largest class in the program’s history.  

They graduate in an unprecedented time, when remote leadership has become vital to the Army’s success.


Bicycles line up outside HEB Student Union on the UTSA campus July 23, 2019.
Camille Phillips | Texas Public Radio

The Graduate School at the University of Texas at San Antonio is waiving the requirement to submit a GRE or other standardized test score when applying for admission until further notice.

The campus of Texas A&M University-San Antonio on February 6, 2020.
File Photo | Camille Phillips |Texas Public Radio

Update 4/06 — Trinity University officials announced commencement will be postponed until Saturday, Aug. 8. Degrees will be distributed in May.

The University of Texas at San Antonio campus.
Camille Phillips / Texas Public Radio

Updated Thursday, March 12. Originally published March 11.

Trinity University in San Antonio announced Spring Break will be extended through March 22 and its classes will move online for the remainder of the spring semester.

The University of Texas at San Antonio campus.
Camille Phillips / Texas Public Radio

Students at public universities around Texas say they already see and feel the impact of a new state law intended to expand free speech rights. With few exceptions, the law prohibits officials at public universities from controlling speech in outdoor common spaces. 


A U.S. soldier prays during a ceremony marking the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the United States, in Kabul, Afghanistan September 11, 2015.
Mohammad Ismail | Reuters

Texas veterans of the war in Afghanistan hope a treaty between the U.S. and the Taliban will end two decades of fighting and bring a sense of closure. But they have doubts about whether the peace will last and whether the progress made in recent years to improve the lives of Afghan women will hold.


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