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U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, makes way for Texas ban

By Preethi Mangadu & Jordan Young   Chief Editor of News & Web Content Manager   Updated: 7:54 pm On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade, meaning that there is no longer constitutional protection for abortions.    In 1973, Roe v. Wade ruled a set of Texas statutes that criminalized abortion as a violation of a woman’s constitutional right to privacy and set a precedent for laws limiting […]

todayJune 24, 2022 78 5 4

Players in maroon and white gather up around home plate.

Softball

2021-2022 Texas State Softball Season Recap

By Justin Brown Sports Reporter The Texas State Softball team played the final game of their season on May 14th, 2022; they suffered a 1-7 loss against the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns. The Bobcats finished the season 38-19 overall and 19-8 in the Sunbelt. To truly understand in better detail how this season ended this way we must look into different aspects of the team as a whole. This season fans […]

todayJune 23, 2022 48 2

A street in a well-kept suburban neighborhood taken at sunset. The colors in the sky blend between a pale orange, a pale pink and light blue with few clouds. There are cars or trucks in every driveway and there is a silver car parked on the right side of the road. Each yard also has a tree taller than the houses. On the right side of road, there is a boy in a red shirt on the sidewalk walking away from the camera.

Web Content

The Unexpected Perk of Staying with Your Parents

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor If you aren’t working a summer job in San Marcos or taking in-person summer classes, then chances are that you are reading this from your hometown. It’s something students don’t typically anticipate with excitement. And I can’t blame anyone for not liking moving back in with your parents for the summer. The reason may not have anything to do with your parents. Most of […]

todayJune 22, 2022 8

McKenna Wells along with other Emo Nite attendees singing along the front of the main stage. Blue and red stage lights are shining in front and behind them.

Concert Review

Wishing Every Night Was Emo Nite: Emo Nite @ Empire Garage

Mckenna Wells Assistant Music Director As someone who frequents the events put on by Emo Nite, I was stoked to hear that they reached out to KTSW about their party at Empire Garage in Austin. Emo Nite started in 2014 when Morgan Freed and T.J. Petracca threw their first party in Los Angeles playing all the classic emo anthems. They called it a celebration, bringing a happy community together over […]

todayJune 21, 2022 38

4 band members stand in a line playing the guitar and bass. The stage is lit with purple lights. They all stand behind microphones. A projector displaying the band name “Disq” is at the back of the stage.

Concert Review

Concert Review: Greer with Disq

By Clara Blankenship Music Journalist Concert audiences usually come to see their favorite band perform, unaware of the members’ personalities or external lives. However, for Greer, their fame extends beyond music. Greer is a band consisting of lead singer Josiah, guitarist Corbin Jacques, bassist Seth Thomson, and drummer Lucas Ovalle. Their music quickly rose to popularity due to their past individual internet virality, as well as; Josiah and Lucas’ connection […]

todayJune 21, 2022 38

Phone flashlights on across the audience as the stage beams blue and soft white lights as the band performs.

Concert Review

Turning the Moody Center into Margaritaville: Jimmy Buffett Concert Review

By Lexi Delarosa Music Journalist   The Margaritaville multimillionaire himself, Jimmy Buffett, turned the southeast corner of the UT campus into a luau party as he graced the stage at 8 p.m. on June 11, 2022, at the Moody Center. His Life on the Flip Side Redux Tour was the fourteenth event to take place in Austin’s new arena that opened in late April.   Now, I was under the impression that […]

todayJune 20, 2022 28

dog sleeps on grass in a backyard.

Lifestyle

Things to Consider for Your Furry Friends This Summer

By Haley Velasco Web Content Contributor Summer is here and its finally time to relax and let the adventures begin, and what better way is there to spend this time than with your furry friend? Although there are many activities that you and your dogs can do, it’s important to be cautious of the safety and well-being of your dogs, especially in the summertime.   Playing Outdoors The summer heat […]

todayJune 17, 2022 54 5 2

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News

Texas State student appointed as student regent by Governor Abbott

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News AUSTIN—Texas State University’s Gabriel Webb was appointed as The Texas State University System (TSUS) student regent for the 2022-23 term by Governor Greg Abbott on June 8, 2022. Webb is one of eight student regents in Texas that were nominated and selected to serve on the governing boards of Texas’ public university systems and independent universities until their term expires on May 31, 2023.  While […]

todayJune 15, 2022 54 4

This is the San Marcos City Hall in the middle of Downtown San Marcos Square.

News

Events This Week Throughout Hays County

Jordan Young Web Content Manager  HAYS COUNTY - There’s nothing like a Texas summer, especially ones spent in our home nestled in the hill country, Hays County. Across the county this week, many events are taking place to keep you busy this Juneteenth and Father’s Day weekend. So, let's take a look at some of the events this week has to offer.   Wednesday: Event: Warriors of History with Sam […]

todayJune 14, 2022 50

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