The Paseo A Stroll Around Campus
The recession is over, but alumni face an uphill challenge in the job market
Mary E. McKinney, a quiet, unassuming teacher, left an estimated $22 million bequest to UTSA, the largest in school history.
The works of Gabriel Marcel had such a profound effect on philosophy professor Jill Graper Hernandez that she's now writing a book on the French existentialist's ideas of ethics and hope.
Sports briefs, plus a profile of senior volleyball player Kendra Rowland, who has a passion for dance and wears bracelets with a message.
The UTSA Orchestra performed with '70s rock band Kansas, the HSS gets a new name, UTSA ranks among the best for embracing veterans as students, plus more campus news.
Learn about the Class of 2014, find out research spending totals for UTSA in FY 2010 and how many new faculty were hired, plus other interesting stats.
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Community Uniting Our Alumni
Paul Kattapong, M.A. '79, knows the secrets to a long life: First, have oily skin.
Jesse Treviño, M.F.A. '78, was thinking like an artist, even as he lay dying in a rice paddy in Vietnam.
Charlie Paulette '92, M.B.A. '01, has had a remarkably successful career as a businessman and marketing strategist.
Class Notes is a compilation of alumni submissions and reports from newspapers and other media outlets.