UTSA President Taylor Eighmy said some of the most successful urban schools are integrated within the downtown landscape.
UTSA President Taylor Eighmy’s plan for transforming the university’s Downtown Campus should be seen as a conceptual work in progress.
Many commuter students and faculty members cross Buena Vista street to get from the Cattleman’s Square parking lot to the campus.
The downtown campus currently offers its more than 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students degree programs from three UTSA colleges.
The $5.1 million improvement project includes reconfiguring existing travel lanes to accommodate bicycle lanes, four vehicular lanes, and a median.
If you stop by UTSA’s Downtown Campus on Wednesday, you’ll get an in-depth look at the world of women veterans in America, a history that few people know exists.
Forum fatigue may be setting in as the campaign between the last two mayoral candidates still standing nears the start of early voting on Monday and enters the final two weeks before the Saturday, June 13 election.
Robert Puente, president and CEO of San Antonio Water System (SAWS), remains hopeful that the Vista Ridge pipeline will help secure a long-term water supply for the fast-growing San Antonio metro area, and believes that ratepayers are fully protected in the event the consortium proving the water and building the pipeline are unable to deliver.
The San Antonio Water System Board will vote Monday on a $3.40-billion landmark water deal that would pipe in 50,000 acre-feet of water to San Antonio annually as soon as 2019, enough to meet 20% of the growing city’s future water needs. If approved, the proposed contract will go to City Council for review and consideration and the ultimate approval.
UTSA came into the Alamodome wanting a win, and most of more than 33,472 fans on hand wanted a hometown win, too.