Web Content

To My love, All My Love

By DeMornay Harper Web Content Contributor Baby My sweet love Open your eyes And let me in Let me see through you all the way to the back of your skull Let me see the deepest darkest curves of your wonderful I want it all But do you? Do you want to rip me open […]

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Web Content

A Letter to Myself

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor With just only a few weeks left of this semester, classes are starting to simmer down in preparation for final exams and I’ve had a little bit of time to reflect on my first semester of college. There are a lot of things I’ve learned and experienced this semester […]

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Music, Reviews

Revisiting A Classic: Odessey and Oracle by The Zombies

By Neil Manning Music Journalist It’s 1968, and the past two years saw releases of Pet Sounds and Sgt. Pepper’s, respectively. Two amazing albums that sounded so different, but truly remarkable. In 1968, a third album in the same vein is set to be released, Odessey and Oracle by The Zombies, an album that I […]

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Reviews, Web Content

A Stranger Things 2 Review

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor If you’re like me, then you watched the entire first season of Stranger Things in just a matter of days and were then forced to wait a whole year for the release of season two. When the second season came out on October 27th, I locked myself in my […]

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Events

Don’t Miss the Final Harvest Live

By Janessa Rutiaga Assistant Web Editor The last Harvest Live concert is finally upon us, and it’s this Saturday starting at 9 p.m. at Buzzmill in San Marcos. The last installment of KTSW’s fall concert series includes performances from The Deer and Marshall Anderson. Buzzmill is a local coffeehouse serving the San Marcos area, and they’re […]

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News

Time Management Combats Stress

By Shannon Sampson News Reporter According to the Journal of Counseling and Development, college students are expected to undergo high levels of stress. Managing time, along with personal finances, is correlated with the stress that college students feel. One of the top stressors amongst students is time management, especially with students who are also employed, […]

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Food, Web Content

Fuego vs. Torchy’s

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor There are two types of people in this world (or at least in San Marcos), and they are divided by their taco provider preference. Most of us in San Marcos have probably faced this decision more than a few times, and there is no doubt that these two competitors […]

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Podcasts, Riding the Pine, Sports

Riding the Pine: Episode One

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Journalist Riding the Pine Host First let me say, if you’re reading this, you’re doing yourself a favor. This is the first of many sports blog posts being attached to podcasts. Let me start by saying that the podcast is 24 minutes and 42 seconds long and it takes 30 minutes […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

Why Adopt and Volunteer?

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor As the weather gets colder and “ruffer” things get harder for stray animals. Yes, there are shelters who take in these stray animals, but according to dosomething.org, “Each year, approximately 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed every year because shelters are too full and there aren’t enough adoptive […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Gabe Loyd Calls in For Homecoming

By Reed Graff Sports Journalist The guys are back in action and, this week, so were the fans! A Bobcat athletics fan, Jeremy, joined us and discussed Bobcat basketball and football. The crew also discussed the Texas State Basketball’s first win of the season, and the possibility of building a basketball powerhouse at Texas State. […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

#WhyIWrite

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor I used to keep diaries when I was younger. It was like those diaries knew everything about me. They knew my fears and aspirations. They knew my good times and my bad times. I wrote everything I could in those diaries because it was the only way I knew […]

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Football - Texas State, Sports

Bobcats Win First SBC Game in Two Years

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter November 19th, 2015 was the last time Texas State defeated a Sun Belt opponent, when they beat University of Louisiana Monroe 16-13. Since then, the Bobcats have lost 13 straight to conference foes, until tonight. The Bobcats went into Conway, South Carolina and matched up with Coastal Carolina for the […]

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News

Texas State University Deals with Third Bomb Threat

By Camelia Juarez Assistant News Director Police have given the all-clear after the third bomb threat in less than a week at Texas State University on Wednesday. The threat came in around 9:40 A.M., according to Patrick Cochran, an assistant director at the University Police Department (UPD). He says that UPD is working with federal […]

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Baseball, Sports

Texas State Baseball Schedule Released

By Andrew Zimmel Spooky Sports Journalist Head Baseball Coach Ty Harrington released the 2018 Texas State Baseball schedule today, and the 56 game schedule looks spooky for the Bobcats. The team is coming off an average season by Bobcat standards, going 29-30 but winning two games in the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) tournament. The team […]

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Music

Spook-tacular Albums for Halloween

By Hannah Wisterman Music Journalist Life in Texas is hard for a few reasons. Among the difficulties Texans face is the heinous fact that we have no environmental cues to tell us when Halloween has come to town. Target sets up the costume aisle, pumpkin spice everything begins populating HEB shelves, yet the temperature stays […]

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Web Content

Dealing With Bad Roommates

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Some people are lucky enough to come to college and become best friends with their roommates. If you are one of those individuals, it makes the experience of living in a dorm a lot of fun. Unfortunately, not every college student has the luxury of having a great roommate. […]

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Web Content

In the Land of Women

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Women are amazing. We come from women. We lean on women. We trust in women. We surround ourselves with their grace and divine energy. We crave it, intuitively. Despite having this innate knowledge, we still search for wholeness in the opposite sex. In our defense this mentality is all […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Kassi Hormuth and Erin Hoppe Join the Show

By Parker Rhea Sports Director Parker Rhea, Alex Gibbs and Reed Graff are back with another jam-packed Bobcat Radio. They discuss football and the playing time of Texas State wide receiver Eric Luna, and they have a great conversation with senior soccer player and Sun Belt Offensive player of the week Kassi Hormuth at 11:10 […]

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