With all their pomp and circumstance, graduations are for celebrating a job well done, launching new leaders, and inspiring them to change the world.
You have just written the preface of your book. You get to write the book of your life any way you want to.
More than 4,400 UTSA students are our newest business and civic leaders, scientists, engineers, teachers and artists who are prepared to change the world.
Jason Heye had a learning disability from an early age on, but he wasn’t diagnosed with autism until last year, when he was already enrolled in grad school.
The Trinity Tower is an iconic feature of the midtown San Antonio skyline, and soon it – along with the rest of the university – may be protected for posterity.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry is questioning the legitimacy of the election that gave his alma mater its first openly gay student body president.
On Feb. 14, Dr. Ricardo Romo was placed on administrative leave “pending conduct review.” What followed was more than two weeks of near-silence.
“They have to decide who their customer is. Is it liberal arts students or is it industry?”
Jonah Wendt expected controversy when Tigers for Liberty invited Dinesh D’Souza to speak at Trinity. He did not expect it to come right to his doorstep.
No-confidence votes and protests at board meetings have characterized a strained relationship between Alamo Colleges Chancellor Bruce Leslie and faculty.