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UTSA Libraries is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing our resources and archival collections on African American culture, politics, places, people and events, including the struggle for…
On February 18, alumni Armando and Sonya Marroquin, along with four of their closest friends they met while studying at UTSA, returned to campus for a behind-the-scenes look at UTSA’s Special…
Applications are now being accepted for two faculty grant programs offered by the UTSA Libraries. Both grants are open to tenure and non-tenure track faculty, and offer awards to supplement travel…
UTSA Libraries is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring some of our resources and archival collections on women who have made an impact on war, politics, culture and social reform.…
Mario Salas speaks to first year students about his experiences as an activist and his personal papers housed within UTSA Libraries Special Collections. It’s one thing to hear or talk about the…
Editor's note: The survey is now closed - thanks to all who participated! Read about the winner of the Nintendo Switch drawing. From March 20 to April 14, the entire UTSA community is invited to…
Rosemary Kowalski holding some of her favorite recipes from her collection, including one for chocolate pudding.
Pictured above: Rosemary Kowalski holding some of her favorite recipes from her collection, including one for chocolate pudding. “Say please and thank you. Always.” Those words of wisdom from …
The 1963 premier issue of Female Mimics magazine, one of many items recently donated to the UTSA Libraries by the Digital Transgender Archive. Sex reassignment surgery, hormone therapy and cross…
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Education and Human Development's (COEHD) Office of Teacher Education Services and UTSA Libraries have teamed up to bring children's books to…
Congratulations to Ricardo Salcedo, the winner of the Nintendo Switch drawing for completing the library’s survey earlier this month!  Ricardo was just one of over 5,300 to take the survey and was…
For San Antonio chefs, a chance to peruse UTSA’s massive Mexican Cookbook Collection is like being a kid in a candy store. Local foodies can take heart – a festival taking place Cinco de Mayo…
1737 manuscript copy of a 1594 document The Sons of the Republic of Texas (SRT) recently received a grant to continue digitization of their archive of 16th - 20th century Mexican manuscripts,…