Events

Summer is Over…Hot Starry Nights is Here

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager With summer coming to an end, the last Hot Starry Nights is finally among us. At 9:30 p.m., Fire in the Pines will be kicking off the final leg of our concert series. Next up will Ayan McGillicuddy with Chad Wilbur following up to bring Hot Starry Nights to […]

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Web Content

The Big Easy

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor New Orleans, Louisiana is alive. The streets buzz and bump with music. The air carries an unashamed attitude. Culture spills from its very full cup at every turn. Coming from a sheltered suburban upbringing, one would not think that I would be so in love with this city that […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

I Relate to Insecure Too Much

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Thanks to my HBO subscription, I recently got hooked on one of their original series titled Insecure. Now that I am all caught up with the series, I think it is safe to say that I have never related to any other TV show this much in my whole […]

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Web Content

Three Years of Singleness

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor During my twenty years of living, I have craved the same thing any other human being would crave: a relationship. It was to my surprise that 2017 marked my three years of being single. I was sitting scrolling through my pictures when I had the thought that three years […]

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Music, Reviews

Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs Review

By Jacob Carter Music Journalist If you have never listened to Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs before, the best primer for the band is to watch their video for “Talk 2 Her,” from their new self-titled album, out July 28th. Good music videos often encapsulate the spirit of a band, and this one is […]

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Web Content

What I Learned This Week

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Do you ever have those times in life where you just feel God is speaking to you? The times when He is just reaching out and if you would just open yourself up to the possibilities that He presents, you could receive the greatest teachings. Last week was one […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Texas State Football Coaches Call into Bobcat Radio

By Parker Rhea Sports Director The duo of Reed Graff and Parker Rhea discuss Volleyball, Track and Field, Football, Basketball, and pro talk. The Running Back Coach for Texas State, Coach Kuhr, has some post practice comments about the state of Texas State Football. Basketball Coach Danny Kaspar calls into the show and talks about […]

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Web Content

A Satire: The Protests Against the Yulin Dog Meat Festival

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor  During the summer solstice, China celebrates their tradition of consuming dogs for over 400 years. This is called the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, when 10,000 to 15,000 dogs are slaughtered in June for meat dishes. The event started in 2009, and has received criticism from many individuals. In fact, […]

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Features, Music

Music in the Works of David Lynch

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist Montana born director, David Lynch, has made a name for himself over the past three or so decades by pushing the visual limits of film, making use of abstract and often terrifying visuals in his works to communicate ideas and concepts. An aspect of his craft that I find to […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

TED Talk: How to Find Work You Love

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor This week I watched a TED Talk of Scott Dinsmore explaining the process of finding the work you love. In a day and age where finding work is hard, a lot of people may settle for work that they do not enjoy. I think a lot of settling has […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

The Beginning of Mad Genre

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Back in 2013, I decided to check out a podcast that was co-hosted by one of my favorite YouTube personalities, Kid Fury. After just five minutes of listening to The Read, I was struck with this idea of starting my own podcast. At the time, I was only 16 […]

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San Maximum, Web Content

San Maximum: The Spot

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor As a fellow San Martian, I am always looking for new fun things to do or see. This is why I was instantly drawn to the illuminated lights that spelled out “The Spot” as I left the big HEB parking lot. Turning over to my friend, I quickly asked […]

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Changing Leaves

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Okay, I may be a bit ahead of myself, but this time does feel like a change of seasons. This in-between period where it is still summer but with everyone moving, dealing with all that is financial aid, and teachers already sending out class emails, we can no longer […]

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Web Content

Yes, We Do Need Jesus

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor  If you read my blog about non-biological human engineering, you would know that I am a Christian. I am still getting to know God, which I feel is fine because I know if I am going to work on a relationship with anyone for the rest of my life […]

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Music, Reviews

Beach House: B Sides & Rarities Review

By Allison Belcher Assistant Music Director Artist: Beach House Album: B-Sides and Rarities Label: Sub Pop Release Date: June 30, 2017 After releasing reviews for Beach House’s Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars LPs back in 2015, it only felt absolutely necessary that I do the same for their 2017 B-Sides and Rarities album. […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Bobcat Radio Goes Camping

By Reily Chestnut Assistant Sports Director This week on Bobcat Radio, Reily Chestnut, Parker Rhea and Reed Graff give us the scoop on the football team through week one of Fall Camp. They go over the situation surrounding the quarterbacks and the running backs while gaining some semblance on how the team is progressing. Later, […]

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Web Content

Rainy Days

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor San Marcos has found itself in the midst of a wave of rainy days (ha ha). In a town with so many outside-focused activities (ponder on the last restaurant you went to here that did not have a patio), thinking of how to spend your summer days inside can […]

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