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Volleyball going to the dance & Football wins season finale!!!

In this Monday edition of Bobcat Radio, the crew of Justin Brown, Koby Jackson, Keilani De Luna and Tyson Taylor discuss Bobcats Volleyball gets selected for the NCAA Tournament, Bobcats Football defeats South Alabama before heading to Bowl Game, Women's Basketball on a two game losing streak as the head into San Antonio, and Men's Basketball victorious as Jordan Mason returns from injury! Catch BCR every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! […]

todayNovember 28, 2023 27

A meeting of the Texas State Film club; there are dozens of students inside a small theatre room raising their hands in the air.

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International Men’s Day: Texas State Film Club Members share their comfort movies

By Diego B Gonzales Blog Content Contributor     Nov. 19 is International Men’s Day, a day dedicated towards focusing on the mental health and wellbeing of men all over the world. Everybody has their own way of dealing with stress, one of the most popular being getting lost in media. A “comfort movie” is a movie that may not be perfect but brings comfort to its viewer for one […]

todayNovember 19, 2023 29

A black and white photo of a chef cooking in a stainless steel kitchen.

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International Men’s Day: ‘The Bear’ sparks conversation on toxic masculinity and mental health

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor     *This article contains spoilers for Season One of ‘The Bear’, as well as discussions of suicide. Season One, Episode One of The Bear begins with a dream sequence. Our main character, Carmen ‘Carmy’ Berzatto, finds himself on a dark bridge in Chicago, slowly approaching a cage containing (you guessed it) a bear. Carmy moves slowly and calmly as the bear snarls from […]

todayNovember 19, 2023 53

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International Men’s Day: An analysis of hegemonic masculinity

By Sydney Seidel Blog Content Contributor   To the bulk of people, the concept of hegemonic masculinity seems indistinct. However, it is undeniable that the stereotype affects the lives of almost everyone in Western society. While not everyone is acquainted with the term “hegemonic masculinity”, if you are to ask any child, youth or adult what “being a man” is to them, they would likely give similar generational descriptions of […]

todayNovember 19, 2023 18 1

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International Men’s Day: A dive into marginalized communities

Yaa Antwi Blog Content Contributor   San Marcos – International Men’s Day, coined by Dr. Jerome TeeluckSingh, is celebrated on Nov. 9. This day brings awareness to men’s mental health issues. Men, especially men of color and men within the LGBTQ+ community face higher rates of mental health issues. In many cases, there are lack of resources and lack of encouragement for them to seek out help which can rooted […]

todayNovember 19, 2023 15

Douglas-Smith Artisan Soap Company located on North LBJ Drive.


Sudsy new business hits the Square

By Sydney Seidel Blog Content Contributor   During the COVID-19 lockdown, a time when many of us were bored and anticipating what the world would look like post-pandemic, one couple turned their hobby into a bubbling new business. Amidst the initial shutdown of the world, Kevin and Michael Douglas-Smith began researching what was in their store-bought soaps only to find an alarming amount of chemicals and other substances. Their findings […]

todayNovember 18, 2023 12

A maroon web banner featuring details for the Bobcat Care mental health panel.


Highlights from the Bobcat Care: College student mental health panel discussion

By Diego B Gonzales Blog Content Contributor   On Thursday, Nov. 2nd, the Office of Disability Services held a panel discussion on the topic of college student mental health. On the panel were Dr. Richard Martinez, Dr. Sarah Blalock, Ms. Jojo Cummins, Dr. Angela Ausbrooks and Dr. Emilio Carranco. Moderating the panel was Dr. Eraldo Chiecchi. They primarily discussed how the aftermath of COVID-19 is affecting students financially and mentally. […]

todayNovember 14, 2023 23

A stack of brightly colored tarot cards on a white tablecloth, surrounded by various dried herbs.


Wake the Dead Coffee House hosts Monthly Witches Market

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor   If you’re interested in witchcraft, you’re in luck! Wake the Dead Coffee House, San Marcos’ very own spooky coffee shop, hosts the Abracadavar Witches Market every first Saturday of the month. The market for November may have passed, but December is on its way, bringing the perfect opportunity to buy gifts for the witches in your life. Wake the Dead Coffee House, located […]

todayNovember 9, 2023 20

Two dogs with a costume on and a set of wigs and one has shades on.


PALS kick off their 21st annual pet fest at Plaza Park

By Yaa Antwi   Blog Content Contributor    SAN MARCOS – Pet Prevent a Litter holds its 21st annual pet fest, spreading information and joy on pet ownership. On Nov. 5th, Pet Prevent a Litter, also known as PALS, is hosting a family-friendly festival. This event is made to promote pet adoption from shelters, responsible pet ownership and information on getting pets spayed and neutered.   PALS is a non-profit organization located […]

todayNovember 6, 2023 18

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