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: Black and White photo of Haleigh Blocker smiling on the sidelines with other staff members in the background.

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Women in Football: Haleigh Blocker

By Kory GuidrySports Reporter As each year goes by, more women are obtaining prominent roles in the football world--a world that has been a male dominated field since it has existed. The amount of women with jobs in coaching, recruiting, and operations in both college and the NFL continue to increase.  Texas State’s director of football operations Haleigh Blocker is a perfect example of the growing trend in her field. Blocker was hired right after graduating from Texas State as […]

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a photo I took of some of Kevin Adams’ farmer friends. Adams is second on the left.

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Humans of San Marcos: Kevin Adams

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Kevin Adams is a local farmer in San Marcos, and has been growing organic vegetables for the past 15 years. Adams also runs the farmers market since it first opened off the side of Tantra Coffeehouse, and has since moved downtown onto San Antonio Street for 10 years now.  The farmers market occurs every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Square. Many […]

todayMarch 5, 2020 33

Phoebe Mau outside holding one of her art pieces and her cat, Mika

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Humans of San Marcos: Phoebe Mau

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Phoebe Mau is a current student at Texas State working on her master's degree in integrated agricultural science. In college, she participated in the bee club where she was able to use her graphic design skills to create logos and assist in the environmental efforts of the club. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in horticulture and is currently working as a […]

todayFebruary 3, 2020 34 1

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Humans of San Marcos: Allison Price

By Lauren JurgemeyerWeb Content Manager For years, theatre has been seen as a career that produces starving artists, but to Allison Price, a directing graduate candidate at Texas State, theatre is seen as a craft about how souls communicate. Originally from Spokane, Washington, Price’s earliest memory of theatre was when she had received a journal from one of her older sisters and she drew out a script for the “Hungry, […]

todaySeptember 19, 2019 18

An image taken of Ravyn Ammons laying down from above. She is wearing a white Strutters uniform with a hat covering one of her eyes.

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Humans of San Marcos: Meet Ravyn Ammons

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor The Texas State University Strutters dance team is the largest college dance team in the United States. Founded in 1960, the Stutters will celebrate their 60-year anniversary this school year. Sixty years of many NBA and NFL halftimes, performances in 26 countries, three presidential inaugurations, two Macy’s Thanksgiving parades and even a commercial. The Texas State Strutters have achieved great honors and received global recognition […]

todaySeptember 9, 2019 18

Photo collage of the white house, capital building, mt. rushmore, washington monument and the street sign for the white house. On top is a red filled-in outline of the United States.

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Texas State University Encourages Youth Voting

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Assistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas—The 2018 midterm elections saw an increase of voting among college students as universities, like Texas State, offered on-campus resources promoting political activism. Nationally, the 2018 midterm elections welcomed a surge of 18- to 29-year-old voters, which broke record turnout rates. According to a poll performed by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), nearly 31% […]

todayApril 12, 2019 1

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Humans of San Marcos: Jaylynn Davenport Debunks Artist Stereotypes

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor To some individuals, being an artist may seem like a strange or risky career to choose when working towards a college diploma. A few of the common opinions on the career choices are that it is “too easy” or “worthless in the workforce”, assuming that an Art major will not be able to support themselves financially. Texas State student and artist, Jaylynn Davenport, proves […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Luke Jenkins

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Luke Jenkins, 21, is a senior at Texas State University. Cowan: How are you doing today? Jenkins: Doing alright, I have a test coming up today in Spanish III.  I have been studying a lot today and applying for a second job. C: What has your Texas State/San Marcos experience been like? J: My Texas State experience has been a lot of self-driven work. I […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Dahlia Woods

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Dahlia Woods is the owner and curator of Dahlia Woods Gallery on North LBJ Drive. Woods curated her first gallery 17 years ago in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and her husband, Jonathan Woods, is a crime fiction writer and also has a section of the gallery dedicated to the “Bad Boy Books.” We talked about Woods’ journey as an artist and her particular style. […]

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