Live in Studio C, Media

Live in Studio C: Real Hands

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Live in Studio C welcomed in The Real Hands this past weekend to showcase their single, “Tarantula” and update KTSW on what they have been up to musically. The band is self-dubbed surf rock and you can hear that exact influence in their music. The Real Hands will also […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Cat Crew Breaks Down UTSA

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter On Wednesday, September 20th, the Bobcat Radio “Cat Crew” broke down this Saturday’s matchup against the UTSA Roadrunners. The crew started out with recapping the Appalachian State game last Saturday (2:37) and how much of a heart break a 98 yard drive to tie a game was for fans of […]

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Features, Music

Let’s Talk About Nu-Metal

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist Every music listener has a certain genre of music to which they pay gratitude as a catalyst for their life-long love of the art form. If you ask any fan of music who was born in the early to mid-90’s about their musical origins, a good portion of them might […]

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Food, San Maximum, Web Content

San Maximum: Mamacita’s

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager All the foodies reading this will be thrilled for the latest addition of yet another restaurant to the San Maximum page. Because of all the people who have made this cantina part of their routine schedule, Mamacita’s has made it onto our list of necessary stops in San Marcos. The food […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

September 2017: The Leap

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor This week, a very special podcast was shared with me from Lindsey Mack’s show, Tarot for the Wild Soul. The episode titled, “September’s Episode: The Leap”, was the one that hit me right in my sweet spot in regards to affirming my faith, that coincidence is a man-made thing. […]

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Football - Texas State, Sports

Texas State One Yard Out

By Andrew Zimmel @Andrew_Zimmel Sports Reporter The first game of Sun Belt Conference ended with the Bobcats coming one yard short of shocking the nation. With less than two minutes left in the game, the Bobcats drove 98 yards, coming one yard short of having a chance to tie the ballgame, falling 20-13 to the […]

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Web Content

Country Dancing is for Everyone

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Country dancing is just about one of the most enjoyable activities people can do together. There is someone about spinning people in circles to the tempo of a song that not only allows strangers to become friends but maybe even fall in love. So I honestly find it […]

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Events

KTSW and Buzzmill Present: Harvest Live

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor KTSW and Buzzmill have joined forces once more for an exciting new autumn concert series: Harvest Live! Following on the tail of this summer’s Hot Starry Nights series, Harvest Live will feature local and up-and-coming artists as well as local vendors. The first concert will take place Sept. 23, […]

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Web Content

KTSW’s Champs of the Month

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Here at KTSW, we have a monthly, rambunctious meeting where each and every member apart of the station gets to be all in the same room. Chaotic? Yes, but only in the cool, college radio fashion. At the beginning of each meeting, the executives award a staffer with the […]

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News

Texas State Topics at Debate Night

By Aaron J. Derton News Director SAN MARCOS — Candidates for city council gathered to engage in civil, substantive debate Thursday night. Incumbent Council members Ed Mihalkanin, Place Three, and Jane Hughson, Place Four, faced off against small business owner, Amy Stanfield, and property rights activist, Joshua Simpson, respectively. Mr. Simpson, 24, graduated from Texas […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

The Sexism of Hookup Culture

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Hookup culture: a culture that accepts and encourages casual sexual encounters without including emotional attachment and long-term commitment. Hooking up has become seemingly more common and more accepted in today’s society, especially on college campuses. With this, the question of whether or not hooking up is sexist can be […]

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San Maximum, Web Content

San Maximum: Working for a Non-Profit Organization

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager If anyone wishes to achieve the maximum San Marcos experience then they must work at a nonprofit organization, because this city is full of them. Nonprofit organizations serve our community through multiple avenues. They do not just serve the humans in the area, but care for the animals […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

The Importance of South Park

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Mark your calendars. South Park returns today! Tune in to Comedy Central at 9pm to catch the season premiere of season 21. Yes, season 21, can you believe it? South Park premiered on Comedy Central on August 13th, 1997. The show is older than me. There is no doubt […]

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Events, Utopiafest

UTOPiAFest is Here

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager UTOPiAFest is finally among us and here at KTSW we could not be more excited! The festival will be making its ninth appearance next weekend on the 22nd through the 24th. Utopia, Texas, is a small town located southwest of Austin; the website advises to print out a map […]

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Web Content

Mistakes That College Students Should Avoid As Pet Owners

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Dogs love their owners unconditionally but unfortunately some dog owners have factors in their life that make it hard to care for their pet. To all the future dog owners in the world, love your pets. Some owners lead lives too crazy to care for their pets appropriately. […]

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Music, Reviews

The Junction: City Nights Review

By David Orozco Music Journalist Artist: The Junction Album: City Nights Release Date: May 15, 2017 Label: Self Released The Junction is an indie rock band formed in Brampton, Ontario, Canada in the year 2000. Originally signed to Universal Music, the band split from the label in 2006 and have been releasing music through their […]

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Web Content

Take A Minute, Save Life

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor National Suicide Prevention Week is an event held by the American Association of Suicidology every year. The official start date was this past Sunday, September 10th which was National Suicide Prevention Day and it will continue to run through September 16th. Schools, churches, hospitals, and treatment centers from all […]

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Football - Texas State, Sports

The Buffaloes Buff Out The Bobcats

By Parker Rhea Sports Director The Bobcats get shut down by Colorado in a 37 to 3 loss. The biggest offensive play from the Bobcats came early in the in the form of an Anthony 55 yard run. Taylor finished 66 yards on eight carries. The only other bright spot for the bobcats on offense […]

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