A Guide to the UTSA Yearbooks, 1990-1998
The University of Texas at San Antonio was established in 1969. As of 2009, the University comprises three campuses: UTSA's Main Campus in northwest San Antonio, its Downtown Campus, and the Hemisfair Campus, which includes the Institute of Texan Cultures museum.
The Yearbook Organization, responsible for the production of UTSA's first yearbook, Horizons, originated in 1989 as the Yearbook Committee of the Student Representative Assembly. The yearbook's first editor was Cindy Ledwig, who had served as the Historian of the Student Representative Assembly. The committee had conducted a survey that revealed that 72 percent of UTSA students believed that UTSA should institute a yearbook. The name Horizons was chosen by the Yearbook Organization in a naming contest. The name was entered by Tito Sepulveda, a senior engineering student. The yearbook was published by Taylor Publishing Company.
There is no mention of a Yearbook Organization in subsequent yearbooks. Although each yearbook generally contains a statement from the yearbook's editor-in-chief, there is little information about the yearbooks' staff members, publishers, and so forth. The final yearbook, produced in 1998, was created by a single student, Rachele Di Tullio.
Titles and themes of the yearbooks were:
The collection spans the years 1990 through 1998 and includes school yearbooks of the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The yearbooks were created by students and document each year's activities at the university, with an emphasis on student life.
This collection is housed at UTSA's Hemisfair Campus and must be accessed via the Institute of Texan Cultures Special Collections Reading Room. To request access, please use our Collections Request Form.
There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes, and the collection is open to the public.
The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.
[Standard book citation [Title of yearbook] [Volume (Date)], [Page number]. UTSA Yearbooks, UA 2.03, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.
Collected by University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections. Materials were not accessioned.
Encoded by Angela McClendon Ossar, University Archivist. More detailed processing is not anticipated at this time.
Inventory of the UTSA Yearbooks