By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor It was a chilly December afternoon in 2016. I was sitting at my desk at my high school, waiting for the bell to ring for winter break. I had finished my final and was chatting … Continue reading Going Solo is Preferable
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor SAN MARCOS, Texas- As of Aug. 4, 2020, San Marcos’ total Coronavirus cases saw 13-case decrease. Despite this, San Marcos still tallied the most Coronavirus cases in the county with a total of 2,448, according … Continue reading 08/05/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
By Jason ArlineMusic Journalist “No Pressure” is the sixth and final studio album by Maryland rapper Logic and follows the rapper’s announcement of retirement a week before. The album is co-produced along with hip-hop legend No I.D and marks six … Continue reading Album Review: “No Pressure” by Logic
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Waking up on July 22 to the notification that One Direction had tweeted was definitely the most exciting moment of my quarantine so far. The account tweeted, “Tomorrow! You and me got a whole lot … Continue reading Celebrating 10 Years of One Direction and Their Diverse Sound
By Crystal RamosMusic Journalist Why is your favorite song so good? On my most recent scroll through the internet, I stumbled across an account on TikTok called @SongPsych. The basis of the account is “breaking down your favorite songs” and … Continue reading What Makes That Song So Good?
By Ashley FarnieMusic Journalist Staying home as a safety precaution due to the ongoing pandemic has led people to find other forms of entertainment that are accessible from home. In addition to using music streaming apps to discover new artists, … Continue reading A New Platform for Upcoming Artists
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor I had been recommended to watch Beastars for months now. I kept seeing the constant hype on Tik Tok, which also came with very different mixed reviews. I couldn’t get a full grasp on if … Continue reading A Complex Look at Beastars
By Racheal GerronWeb Content Contributor The other day I was cleaning out my closet and I found so many clothes that were in good condition, but didn’t fit me anymore or had outgrown the style. I decided that I would … Continue reading Is Money Sitting in Your Closet?
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor It feels good to be understood. Basic people understand that when someone is upset, it’s best to try to make them feel better, to be sympathetic. Although, showing sympathy is the complete opposite of trying … Continue reading Understanding Empaths
By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager When looking at systemic problems like gentrification, the racial wealth gap, the historic effects of redlining and so much more faced by the Black community, it’s undeniable that supporting Black-owned businesses is incredibly important— … Continue reading 7 Ways You Can Support Black-Owned Businesses
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor The question looms large over the heads of President Denise Trauth and Texas State students as to whether or not reopen the campus for business as usual pre-pandemic era. Universities are technically a business–they need … Continue reading To Kill the Coronavirus
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor In the midst of a pandemic, it can be hard to find fun things to do; more importantly safe, fun things to do. However, being outside can be one of the safest things to do … Continue reading Have a Safe Visit at the Dallas Arboretum
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Men never stay in my life long. They come and go as much as the weather changes in Texas. I just wish that before they left, they could’ve told me why I wasn’t worthy of … Continue reading To Those Who Couldn’t Stay
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor My stomach growled as I waited in line to buy a mini pizza from the Pizza Hut at LBJ Student Center. I purchased my food and went to George’s to eat lunch. As I ate, … Continue reading College is Female
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager With all the changes we are experiencing during the Coronavirus pandemic, it is hard to say exactly how everything will work out for the fall semester. As of right now, Texas State University is planning for … Continue reading Advice for Cats: How to be Involved on Campus without being in Person
By Zoe ElterMusic Journalist Imagine working at a company where you have almost complete creative control and all of your coworkers are some of your closest friends. It sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it? That’s exactly what Dream … Continue reading Dream Perfect Regime: Who is DPR?
By James LanikMusic Journalist On June 30, the rap community endured a collective shock upon learning that Jordan Groggs of the Arizona based rap trio, Injury Reserve, had passed away. That day, the world lost a truly amazing, artistic soul, … Continue reading Rest in Peace, Jordan Groggs
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Even during divisive times, I think that one thing we can all agree on is that iced coffee is superior to hot coffee, right? Iced coffee has become the caffeinated beverage of choice for many … Continue reading Iced Coffee Recipe to Get You Through Summer Classes
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Everyone knew how much I loved Glee in high school, so I started watching Glee again. It had the popularity equivalent to Game of Thrones, but lacked the dragons, nudity, war and most of Glee’s … Continue reading We Need to Talk about Glee
By Omar BartraSports Reporter UFC 251 kicks-off the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s stint on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, July 11, a series of events aptly named and promoted as “Fight Island.” UFC has three title fights scheduled and … Continue reading On the Stool: Predictions and Breakdown of What You Need to Know Ahead of UFC 251