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Why the New Dating Culture Sucks

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor Nothing beats curling up with a bowl of popcorn and romanticizing life with a sappy rom-com or two. Okay, maybe four. I mean, who wouldn’t want to succumb to the dramatization of love and get sucked into a world of charm and too good to be true, while you’re waiting for a text back from your obsession of the week? Dating isn’t like the […]

todayMay 10, 2022 29 1

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A Beginner’s Guide to a Summer of Local Sounds

By Avery Viers Local Music Journalist With the arrival of finals signaling the end of yet another spring semester, Texas State students are beginning to find themselves with a suspicious amount of free time on their hands. While frequenting the San Marcos River and roaming The Square may offer themselves convenient ways to pass the time, an increase in local live music events can also act as a relief to […]

todayMay 9, 2022 58 1

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The Bobcats’ Senior Series Sweep Over Troy

By Justin Brown Sports Reporter The Texas State Softball Team (16-8 Sun Belt) played their final home series last weekend against the Troy Trojans (13-11 Sun Belt). This series saw clutch hitting and pitching for the Bobcats resulting in a series sweep and their 12th win in a row. The first game of the series was a 5-1 win for the Bobcats. This win was made possible through sophomore Jessica […]

todayMay 5, 2022 29

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Redefining My Purpose

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager Have you ever felt like you were put on this earth to do something big? No one told you to or provided instruction, but the feeling persisted until reality stepped in the way or self-doubt crept in. I know that feeling, and while some may categorize that feeling differently, I call it purpose. For the longest time, I thought that my purpose was […]

todayMay 5, 2022 24

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Good Job Larry! An Artist Highlight on San Francisco Rapper, Larry June

By Chizobam Okeke Music Journalist It’s not a surprise that most people have a special selection of favorite musical artists. Whether pop, rock, rap, indie or the numerous other musical genres out there, I’m sure that you can think of a select few artists that you deem to be your favorites out right now. For this article, I want to highlight a personal favorite of mine. Larry June, a west […]

todayApril 27, 2022 26 1

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Why Music Festivals Are Worth Your Money

By Sofia Gualy Music Journalist With festival season in full swing and lineups being released left and right, my mind is fully in music festival mode. Although pricey, music festivals are a one-of-a-kind experience where you can create your own schedule, see whoever you want and experience music in a completely different way. As an avid festival attendee, I can assure you that no matter what kind of music you […]

todayApril 26, 2022 49

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Bobcat Radio: Bobcats Sweeps and Nets Face Potential Sweep

By Preslie Davis, Joey Gonzales and Nolan Philips Sports Reporters On Monday's Edition of Bobcat Radio, the crew of Preslie Davis, Joey Gonzales and Nolan Phillips discuss Baseball and Softball's sweeps and go over potential first-round exits in the NBA Playoffs! Catch BCR every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, live on KTSW 89.9! Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia

todayApril 26, 2022 20

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A Trip Down Rainbow Road: Gen Z’s Nostalgic Video Game Soundtracks

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist I have been a huge fan of playing video games for almost my entire life, so I feel I’m qualified to say one of the most important judgments you can impose on any game is how good its soundtrack is. A game could have the most beautiful storyline, lovable characters and breathtaking graphics, but if I don’t have a song from the soundtrack stuck in […]

todayApril 25, 2022 62 1

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Why You Should Let Music Enable You This Break Up Season

By Avery Viers Music Journalist Though the Texas cedar offers itself as a convenient alibi to teary eyes and runny noses this spring, it seems as though the true culprit of the economic spike in rose and cookie dough ice cream may be slightly more sinister. With the holiday season officially over, the cyclical break-up season is upon us. For some, the looming threat of relational stress and commitment issues […]

todayApril 25, 2022 20 1

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