By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor I’ve tried really hard the past two semesters never to write in first-person, but this article is going to be different. Why, you ask? Well, I think it would be a shame for me … Continue reading Thank You, KTSW
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor Finally, the end of the semester has arrived and the summer break is starting to begin for most college students. For some reason the spring semester always feels the hardest to get through. During … Continue reading What Are Your Summer Plans
By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor You’ve seen those movies, right? Where someone has the vision of the impending disaster that leads to the character’s untimely and often way too dramatic end? Well, there is something like it lurking in … Continue reading The Final(s) Caffeination
By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor A mother is your first friend and your forever friend. A mother’s love is truly unconditional; through the process of giving birth, the needy stages as a child, the troublesome stages as a teenager … Continue reading An Open Letter to Moms
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Well, here we are entering the month of May. We haven’t even made it halfway through the year and plenty of problematic public figures are making headlines. Unfortunately for me, some of these individuals … Continue reading Problematic Celebs: Should We Continue to Support Them?
By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor It’s that time of the year again: the best and the worst season. All the gyms are crowded, fruits and greens are being restocked more often and we start putting ourselves down because that … Continue reading Radiate Body Positivity This Summer
By Joe Grist Web Content Contributor Finals are coming up quick! Many of you have been busier than ever, and as the end of the semester draws near, that schedule is only getting tighter. While being productive is great, it’s … Continue reading Tech Tips for Finals
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor Being single is like a roller coaster. I say this because being single takes your emotions from up to down and side to side. This roller coaster is constantly changing your thoughts about being … Continue reading The Emotional Roller Coaster of Being Single
By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor The several clichés that surround university are pretty vast and vary from road-tripping to living on your own for the first time to plain ol’ growing up. As we’ve previously discussed, college is often … Continue reading College Clichés: The Internship Edition
By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor Summer is almost here! But first, finals. Finals week is that long week of stress, misery, sleep deprivation and procrastination. This semester though, let’s finish strong. If we plan accordingly, stay focused, stay hydrated, … Continue reading Approaching Finals
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor For as long as any of us can remember, Whataburger has dominated the Texas fast food industry. Texans pay homage to this place as if it’s church, and I don’t blame them! Nothing hits … Continue reading In-N-Out vs. Whataburger
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Whether you are a fan or not, it’s hard to deny that Beyoncé is one of the greatest live performers to set foot on this earth. As a proud member of the Beyhive, I … Continue reading The Importance of Beyoncé’s Coachella Performance
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor With the introduction of personal assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo, intelligent machines are no longer limited to private research and computing but are instead becoming a part of our everyday lives. This … Continue reading Should We Be Worried About Artificial Intelligence?
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor We are at the age where we tend to focus on ourselves and our own problems only, which can cause us to act selfishly at times. We tend to forget about the people that … Continue reading Acts of Kindness
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor If you are planning on traveling down to South Padre Island or any beach, it’s best if you’re being mindful as a beach goer. South Padre Island is a well-known destination in Texas for … Continue reading Be Mindful as a Beach Goer
By Joe Grist Web Content Contributor Record Store Day was Saturday the 21st, and due to some technical difficulties on our end we couldn’t celebrate with you! However, it’s never too late to celebrate records (especially if you’re a college … Continue reading Bad To The Bone: How Bad Ingredients Became a San Marcos Staple
By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor Travel is one of my favorite things about adult life– getting to pack up and go away on an adventure, experience new things and places. One thing that I find absolutely horrible about it, … Continue reading Flying Tips for When You Hate to Fly
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “Everything that glitters isn’t gold.” When I experienced my first “heartbreak”, my mother made sure she gave me those words. For some reason, those words have been replaying over and over again in my … Continue reading Real Love or Toxic Lust?
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Hidden in an alleyway off Fifth Street is a one-of-a-kind nightclub called Kingdom. If it weren’t for the small sign out front, you seriously wouldn’t have any idea it was there. However, the thumping … Continue reading Kingdom Nightclub: Austin’s Underground Shrine
By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor At this point in life, most of my friends, peers, and acquaintances are all college students – and I could say the same about their social networks. As young adults living in a sort … Continue reading Take the Step