By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter Host Andrew Zimmel and cohosts Chandler Watson and Ashley Simpson talk about Indoor Track and Field results with the women winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship and the men fishing second. After a tough … Continue reading Bobcat Radio Talk Bobcat Track and Field Results
By Adam Byerly Sports Reporter Adam Byerly, Brendan Snow and Andrew Zimmel all sit down to talk about the difficult weekend the Texas State men’s and women’s basketball team had against Georgia Southern over the weekend. Both games the … Continue reading Bobcat Radio Welcomes San Marcos High School Basketball Coach David Norris
By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor From the campy days of Adam West Batman films to the explosive and CG-heavy caped crusader blockbusters of today, superhero films have definitely come a long way. There’s no question that superhero films are … Continue reading Why Superhero Films Are Great
By Allison L. Johnson Blog Content Contributor It’s extremely hard to save money if you’re a college student. We seriously have the most inconvenient things happen to us when we’re actually not trying to spend money. For example, if you’re … Continue reading The Best Way to Save Money For You
By Austin Cowan Blog Content Conritbutor If there is one thing anyone must do while touring San Marcos, it is swimming in the river. The San Marcos River does not only start within the little town it is named after … Continue reading San Maximum: Swimming the San Marcos River
By Shaeleigh Schmidt Blog Content Contributor Following the March on Washington that occurred Monday, Jan. 23, the feminist movement has gained a lot of attention. Although this should be a good thing, that isn’t completely the case; it seems that … Continue reading The Falsity Behind Feminism
By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Exploring the topic of trash can sometimes feel a little discouraging when we notice just how wasteful our world really is. But in this seemingly crucial yet almost irreversible time, we don’t have an … Continue reading What is Your Trash Costing Us?
By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter This week, I caught up with Head Women’s Basketball Coach Zenarae Antoine. After starting Sun Belt Conference play 6-4, the Bobcats have been able to string together arguably their best stretch of the season. … Continue reading A Sit Down With Texas State Women’s Basketball Coach
By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter Wednesday’s Bobcat Radio hosted kicked off with Andrew Zimmel, Chandler Watson and Ashley Simpson interviewing Craig Cuny. They talked about Texas State’s athletic program as a whole and how UTSA has caught up with Texas State so … Continue reading Bobcat Radio Talks Men’s Basketball Attendance
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Valentine’s Day might not be long distance couples’ favorite holiday; I know for a fact that mine isn’t. Since last month, everywhere we go, its filled with hearts, stuffed animals, chocolates and happy couples. … Continue reading A Different Kind of Valentine’s Day
By LeeAnn Cota Music Journalist Artist: Cherry Glazerr Album: Apocalipstick Release Date: January 20, 2017 Website: https://cherryglazerr.bandcamp.com/ Cherry Glazerr is an LA based band fronted and formed by feminist badass, Clementine Creevy, who has shown through her music that she … Continue reading Cherry Glazerr: Apocalipstick Review
By Ashley Simpson Sports Reporter Texas State junior pitcher Randi Rupp was named Preseason All-Conference and Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Senior third baseman Corrina Liscano was named to the Preseason All-Conference Team. Louisiana outfielder Aleah Craighton was named the … Continue reading Rupp Named Preseason Pitcher of the Year
By Allison Randel News Reporter The Philosophy Department’s Spring Series of the Philosophy Dialogues began Thursday afternoon with a conversation about race in society. The dialogue included a panel of four members of the Texas State community: Dr. Dwight Watson, … Continue reading Philosophy Department Continues to Get Conversation Started
By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Before I get into any details, I want to point out that there is an important distinction between Hispanic or Latino heritages. Mexican or Mexican-American people are a native or inhabitant to Mexico, of … Continue reading Appreciation vs. Appropriation: Mexican Culture
By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Despite constantly having my smartphone on my me at all times, I never utilize any of its functionality. Aside from checking my emails, I have yet to take advantage of the millions of apps … Continue reading Apps to Keep You Productive This Semester
By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The fall semester is coming to a close and Christmas Break is almost upon us. Texas State students are starting to look for something to do over the break, and many are considering going … Continue reading Tips for Job Interviews
By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Different situations call for different actions. Another factor to consider while dealing with problems is who you’re talking to. The limits to learn is to know how far you can go in a discussion … Continue reading Know Your Limit When Arguing
By Asia Daggs Assistant Web Content Manager I am finally 21, but I’m still waiting on the big magical revelation. I have anticipated this “big day” since I was a kid, and now that it is here, I am not … Continue reading I Am 21. What Now?
By Alisa Pierce Assistant Web Content Manager Superhero movies have finally come to fruition, with fans flocking to theaters to watch their favorite comic book characters come to life on the big screen. Marvel Comics in particular seems to be thriving, … Continue reading DC vs. Marvel: What’s the Difference?
By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter Who knew on Aug. 25, 2016, in an almost meaningless preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, the Dallas Cowboys’ season, future and history, would change forever. Tony Romo came out in that game looking to … Continue reading A Look At the Dallas Cowboys’ Unprecedented Season