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Football - Texas State

Texas State Gets First Shutout Win Since 2014

Jaysen Collins Sports Reporter The Bobcats (2-2) handily defeated the Houston Christian Huskies (1-2) by a final score of 34-0 Saturday night at Bobcat Stadium. Both teams got off to a shaky start offensively as the Bobcats threw an interception in their first possession followed by two quick three-and-outs. The Huskies couldn’t get anything going with the stifling defense from the Bobcats But by the end of the first quarter, it was all Texas State. With 2:22 left in the […]

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The Toxic Cycle of Hustle Culture

By Amaya Lewis Web Content Contributor College – a time when young adults come to have fun while simultaneously bearing the weight of overwhelming pressures to perform. Whether from family members, friends, social media or personal expectations, most, if not all of us, have heard or felt the need to hustle until exhausted and accomplish what many take a lifetime to do by the time we’re 25. On social media, there are many individuals in their early 20s proudly showcasing […]

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Claws to the Wall

Bobcat Soccer Wins First Conference Game & Texas State Football Falls to Baylor

In this edition of Claws to the Wall, Justin Brown,Paxton Graf , Colton Gibson, and Koby Jackson recap Texas State Football's loss in Waco, Bobcat Soccer taking the first game of conference play, Bobcat Volleyball at the Horned Frog Invitational, Rattler Football win against Alexander, and NFL weekend in review. Be sure to catch Claws to the Wall every Thursday here at KTSW Sports.  

todaySeptember 23, 2022 18 1

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Gas prices expected to rise soon in Texas

By: Emma Jones  News Reporter    Following a record-breaking decline in gas prices, experts say that gas prices are expected to continue to rise due to factors like Russia’s ongoing war on Ukraine and hurricane season.    Historically, gas prices tend to increase in the warmer months and decrease in the colder months, as people tend to take more vacations and go on more road trips during the summer. However, this fall, Texans might see gas prices rise.     […]

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Bobcat Radio

BCR: Bobcat Soccer and Volleyball Keep Bringing Wins

In this edition of Bobcat Radio, the crew of Kyle Owen, Joey Gonzales, and Jacob Aromy discuss Texas State Volleyball and Bobcat Soccer as they both continue to have successful seasons, and look ahead to Thursday Night Football game of Steelers v Browns. Catch BCR every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, live on KTSW 89.9!

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NASA Sponsors STEM Program at Texas State

Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News University Libraries partnered with NASA and the LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research to launch the Micro-Credentialing Program at Alkek One.  The program will provide a new resume booster for students and faculty at no cost. The Texas State community can earn micro-credentials or digital badges in five STEM areas: 3D modeling, design and fabrication, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), video and audio editing, and the Unity Realtime Development Platform. These micro-credentials are used […]

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From left to right, "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley, "the Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger, and "A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess are pictures in front of a collaged background. The background consists of cursive script, in the top left corner, and an arts-and-crafts version of the night sky, in the bottom right corner. Under the three book covers, the subtitle, “banned books” runs.


Books You Should Read: Banned Book Edition

By Sofia Psolka Web Content Contributor  “This is a dangerous time for readers and the public servants who provide access to reading materials. Readers, particularly students, are losing access to critical information, and librarians and teachers are under attack for doing their jobs.” -Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. Are you feeling a little rebellious? Do you have the urge to break something? To cheat on a test? To DM that person everyone keeps telling you […]

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Local Activist Seek Reform To San Marcos Police

Emma Jones  News Reporter  Updated 8:14 PM Local group Mano Amiga has begun seeking signatures for their petition. The "Hartman Reforms" call for these five changes to the city's contract with the San Marcos police department. End the 180-Day Rule This reform would end the statute of limitations that currently bar investigating wrongdoing by officers.  End Delay of Interviews for Misconduct  San Marcos officers currently have 48 hours or more to review materials and prepare their answers before giving an […]

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Album Review

Album Review: A Lighter Shade of Blue by Christina Perri

By Christina Sims Music Journalist Christina Perri is a singer-songwriter that constantly stuns, a musician who has had several hits over her career. “Jar of Hearts” from Perri’s debut Lovestrong launched her into stardom more than a decade ago, while “Human” from her follow up Head or Heart in 2014 became a hit as well. None of her songs had nearly as much impact as “A Thousand Years” from the final movie in The Twilight Saga. It has more than two billion views on YouTube and […]

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