You may have never read The Ranger, San Antonio College’s student newspaper, or cared much about what was going on on campus, but I guarantee you’ve felt the impact of SAC’s journalism and photography department.
Twenty seven years into its run, the youth arts education nonprofit is preparing to open the doors on its massive new West Side space by Apache Creek later this year.
In December, UTSA began expanding its downtown presence with the construction of a six-story building on Dolorosa that will house its new School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center.
UTSA expects to complete the $90 million School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center on Dolorosa by 2022.
Families that didn’t automatically get the federal aid for free and reduced-price meals missed while schools were closed have until June 30 to apply.
NOWCastSA made this map so students and families can pick up free meals while San Antonio area schools are closed for the coronavirus pandemic.
The UTSA downtown campus would connect to the near West Side via a pedestrian bridge and elevated park along the Buena Vista Street bridge, according to the latest expansion plan.
Another eclectic lineup of authors is slated for this year’s San Antonio Book Festival, which is scheduled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. April 6 at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art.
The San Antonio Independent School District board approved plans for the district’s new headquarters Monday night—a three-story, 140,000-square-foot office building that’s planned for Fox Tech’s football field and track.
As Geekdom, the coworking space in the Rand building on Houston Street, celebrates its seventh birthday tonight, it will also toast the creation of its entrepreneurial trade school called The District, which is scheduled to open in February.