Amanda Lozano adores dogs, Chicano literature, fine food and drink. As Editor of The Mesquite, she sets the agenda for campus and community reporting at A&M-San Antonio. Lozano worked previously as a reporter and photographer at La Prensa Newspaper and wrote articles for other local publications including The Rivard Report and SAFlavor.com. When not being journalistic, she either performs in an all-female mariachi group or can be found pigging out at local mom-and-pop eateries.
The restoration efforts of Hemisfair Park came closer to fruition March 23 when two new designated park streets opened to the public. Hemisfair Boulevard and East Nueva Streets are two low-speed roads open for foot and Full Story »
San Antonio mayoral candidates faced off for the first time Tuesday night, addressing some of San Antonio residents’ greatest frustrations during a town-hall style forum hosted and moderated by Full Story »
Updated Jan. 19 at 4:40 p.m. Texas A&M University-San Antonio University leadership will host two forums this month to address inclusivity on campus. President Matson and Melissa Mahan, vice Full Story »
Today marks President Teniente-Matson’s second anniversary as president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio, a milemarker she shared with faculty and staff at convocation. Sharing both personal stories and her Full Story »
By Amanda Lozano President Cynthia Teniente-Matson announced the hiring of a vice president of business affairs and Chief Financial Officer earlier today. Bill Spindle, Ed.D, begins his administrative role Full Story »