Feature Stories

UTSA students earn top architecture prize

UTSA students earn top architecture prize

AIA’s Committee on the Environment recognized Estefania Barajas and Jorden Gomez for their design proposal, “Housing a Million,” which envisions “micro-houses” in people’s backyards.


The best-laid plans

The best-laid plans

As it ramps up for accreditation, one of UTSA’s newest graduate programs is showing big successes among its alumni.


Ride like the wind

Ride like the wind

1000 Parks and a Line in the Sky featured in Bird’s-eye View section of Sombrilla Magazine.


Residents upbeat about possible improvements for Kingsville

Residents upbeat about possible improvements for Kingsville

The Kingsville Downtown Vision Plan was developed through a partnership with the University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research and the Rural Business Program.


Symposium explores the definition of “puro”

Symposium explores the definition of “puro”

UTSA assistant professor Dr. Antonio Petrov and invited speakers provided their thoughts on how the term “puro” reflects layers of San Antonio’s history, culture, economy, and philosophies.


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