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TXST Students React to the SAG-AFTRA Strike

By Diego Gonzales Blog Content Contributor On July 13, SAG-AFTRA, a labor union for those in the entertainment industry, announced that they are going on strike. This move was due to failed negotiations that the union had with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), an organization that represents many of Hollywood’s largest studios, such as Disney, Warner Bros, and Netflix. The two main items that SAG-AFTRA is […]

todayJuly 25, 2023 69 4

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Two Underrated Black Shoegaze Artists of the 90s

By Jewel Ogungbamigbe Local Music Journalist The late 80s and 90s saw a rise in artists and bands defining the genre that we’ve known to come and love as “shoegaze.” The term shoegaze or shoegazing, as I’m sure you all know, comes from the musicians, specifically guitarists, looking down at their shoes as they change the controls of their effect pedals on the floor. Some of the bands and artists […]

todayJuly 21, 2023 745 8

The photo includes 6 pictures of 3 artists (Lana Del Rey, Olivia Rodrigo, Ed Sheeran) and 3 album covers (Divine Feminine, Mm..Food, Juicy-single)


Remix Culture: America’s Melting Pot of Music

By Natalia Velazquez Music Journalist Have you ever been listening to a song and recognized a certain beat, guitar riff, or even background vocals? If you said yes, you have most likely just listened to a song that was influenced by remix culture!   Remix culture is heavily present within American music, being seen across multiple genres. Remixing is the idea of artists taking inspiration from others' work and taking […]

todayJuly 20, 2023 82 1

A photo of San Marcos, taken from above, on a grey, cloudy day.


Preserving History in San Marcos’ Dunbar Neighborhood

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor On July 8, 2023, the city of San Marcos announced that they were in the process of getting the Dunbar Historic District and the Dunbar School Home Economics Building registered with the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register of Historic Places is a program that works to support public and private efforts to protect historical locations in the United States. By getting […]

todayJuly 18, 2023 73

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USDA Awards Grant to New TXST Agriculture Program

By Jade Jacobo Web Content Contributor Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded Texas State University’s new agriculture program, LEADING, a grant of $2.9 million. The program (Leading and Enhancing Agricultural Development in the Next Generation) is meant to support underrepresented Hispanic students that are interested in pursuing careers in the food, agricultural, natural resources and human sciences (FANH) fields of work. Merritt Drewery, LEADING project director at […]

todayJuly 17, 2023 22 3

A view of Texas State University Round Campus' main building on a clear and sunny day.


Round Rock Campus’ Inaugural Vice President, Dr. Julie Lessiter

By Diego Gonzales Blog Content Contributor Texas State University has picked its inaugural vice president for the Round Rock Campus, Dr. Julie Lessiter. Lessiter’s responsibilities as vice president include supporting academic and research initiatives that take place at the Round Rock Campus. Lessiter was formerly the vice chancellor for strategic initiatives at Louisiana State University Shreveport from 2018 to 2023. During her time there, she helped in the development of […]

todayJuly 17, 2023 69

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Larry June: The Great Escape Album Review

By Thomas Stevens Music Journalist San Francisco, California is home to one of the most prolific artists in the rap game in recent years, Larry June. June has been dropping albums back-to-back for over 5 years, and you can see the improvement within the timeframe. It seems that June has been carving his own path in hip-hop and building an empire from the ground up. June has trained his business […]

todayJuly 15, 2023 41

A bloody polaroid of a close-up Doja Cat covered in blood titled the scarlet tour with tour dates along the top.


Doja Cat Enters a New Era of Transformation

By Ariana Mendoza Music Journalist Doja Cat has just dropped her latest single and music video, “Attention”. This song shows us a new side of Doja and gives us something we’ve never seen in her usual music. Attention is more of a traditional 90’s rap and hip-hop record. The music video even includes some 90’s visuals and wardrobe. While Doja had addressed, she was going to change her style, many […]

todayJuly 15, 2023 66 1

Claws to the Wall

Claws To The Wall: Levi Wells to the MLB & Wemby’s Summer League

In this edition of Claws to the Wall, Justin Brown, Koby Jackson, Colton Gibson, Thomas Terry and David Castaneda discuss Levi Wells being elected fourth overall by Orioles, New TXST Volleyball schedule preview, Predictions for Texas State Football, and NBA Summer league/debates. Be sure to catch Claws to the Wall every week here at KTSW Sports.  

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