When it comes to the balance of power, the text of San Antonio’s city charter, approved in 1951, is not up to the needs of today’s city of 1.5 million.
Fifteen experts examined changes and challenges facing Mexican Americans from 1968 to 2018
The conference will highlight issues like immigration and voting rights that may not have been a focus at the 1968 hearings.
At three panels during San Antonio CityFest, speakers offered various lenses through which to view San Antonio’s long history and how the city will evolve.
The festival will bring together civically engaged citizens to connect and imagine our shared future.
Sosa and his nonprofit team at Yes! Our Kids Can are attempting to persuade students as young as 4 and 5 to consider college.
A panel of six Go Vote No advocates answered about a dozen questions from callers and those posted online regarding propositions A, B, and C.
The institute won’t house majors, but will offer programming, including coursework, internships, and international trips, Teniente-Matson said.
ConnectSA leaders have until Dec. 21 to deliver recommendations on a transportation plan and funding options.
Former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros is turning the former print shop his grandfather and uncle ran into 8,000 square feet of office space for technology startups.