UTSA’s $124 million Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Careers (IEC) building, the university’s next phase on Dolorosa, received full funding.
Development Profile: UTSA School of Data Science, National Security Collaboration Center
UTSA’s School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center, 506 Dolorosa, are scheduled to officially open for the spring semester in January.
The ripple effect of the Uvalde shooting on two San Antonio educators
Two San Antonio educators want to identify kids who are isolated and provide them with an opportunity to be mentored by a teacher or staff member. Angela Taylor-Duncan said it could be as simple as seeing a kid eating lunch alone and joining them.
Olivo: Why San Antonio College’s student newspaper, The Ranger, matters to this city
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.
Priced out of Southtown, SAY Sí goes west
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.
UTSA has started building its data science school, national security center on Dolorosa
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 data science school, national security center construction expected to begin in December
UTSA expects to complete the $90 million School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center on Dolorosa by 2022.
Did your child get free or reduced-price school lunches? You may be eligible for $285 in food aid.
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.
Map: Where to pick up free breakfast and lunch while schools are closed for coronavirus
NOWCastSA made this map so students and families can pick up free meals while San Antonio area schools are closed for the coronavirus pandemic.
UTSA campus to connect to West Side community in university’s expansion plan
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.