MOVE Texas: After the Ballot

Education Oct 12, 2018

“We believe that together with other young people we can make a stronger democracy,” explains Raven Douglas, Deputy Director of MOVE Texas. 

MOVE Texas: After the Ballot

Peripheral Vascular Associates: We Are More

Education Sep 29, 2018

“I don’t treat a society, you know- I have a community,” explains Dr. Gabriel Bietz, Vascular Surgeon at Peripheral Vascular Associates (PVA). Each patient has specific needs, he continues, which is why the team at PVA combines experience with the latest medical advancements to treat vascular disease.

Peripheral Vascular Associates: We Are More

UTSA Football: Defend the Dome

Entertainment Sep 14, 2018

There’s clearly momentum for UTSA in downtown San Antonio. But this school spirit is nothing new. Just ask Austin Smith, a senior Chemistry major at UTSA and San Antonio native. He dons an eccentric orange suit for each game, a tradition built from his early days attending UTSA games with his dad.

UTSA Football: Defend the Dome

Milena González Hernández: Re-live Your Sense of Wonder

Arts + Culture Sep 1, 2018

Her career had always been in the arts, and she didn’t associate San Antonio with an arts scene. But even though she’s only a few months in, she has already uncovered so much of the city’s artistic heritage. “I have been proven quite wrong. The cultural scene is immense,” she explains, “It’s very different art than what I was used to seeing in Mexico City.”

Milena González Hernández: Re-live Your Sense of Wonder

Embajadora Reyna Torres Mendívil: The Task with Many Faces

Education Aug 18, 2018

“One of the most precious joys in life is getting to meet other cultures and other people,” says Embajadora (Ambassador) Reyna Torres Mendívil, Consul General of the Consulado General de México en San Antonio (Mexican Consulate in San Antonio).

Embajadora Reyna Torres Mendívil: The Task with Many Faces

Mariah Kilbourne: The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Downtown Development Aug 4, 2018

“Everybody has something they can contribute,” explains Mariah Kilbourne, Training Coordinator at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the UTSA Downtown Campus. The SBDC offers advising as well as classes and seminars to the small business community. Through these services, more people are given the resources and opportunities to pursue their passions.

Mariah Kilbourne: The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Larnzell Harper: Max Multimodel

Education Jul 21, 2018

Having been a bus operator in Chicago and involved in public transit for twenty years, Larnzell creates training programs for adults focusing on operations. He says the most rewarding part of this work is when students tell him they made better decisions based on his training. Whether its new compressed natural gas buses or routine training, Larnzell has grown professionally by helping others adjust to the evolution of transit.

Larnzell Harper: Max Multimodel

Yvette and Andy: Five Neighborhoods, One Creative Community

Arts + Culture Jul 7, 2018

“That’s not a formula, that’s living,” says Andy Benavides, explaining Southtown’s success in fostering a creative community. He is a contemporary artist, entrepreneur and pioneer of Southtown: The Arts District.

Yvette and Andy: Five Neighborhoods, One Creative Community

Pride Month: LGBTQ+ Voices

Arts + Culture Jun 23, 2018

“My father told me the most important word in any language is your name,” he remembers, “When someone says our name wrong, we correct them. Pride means who I am. That’s why it’s important.”

Pride Month: LGBTQ+ Voices
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