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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 […]

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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 […]

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Human of San Marcos: Lindsey James Belk

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Lindsey James Belk is one of the partnered owners of Rhea’s Ice Cream on North LBJ Drive. Belk, along with the owners of Root Cellar Cafe and Brewery, has owned the ice cream shop for about 10 months. We talked about Belk’s music career and his experiences in San Marcos. […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Rex Pape

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Rex Pape is a 22-year-old San Marcan who works at Superfly’s Lone Star Music Emporium. Pape graduated from Texas State last year and shared some of his memories as a child in San Marcos along with his passion for music. Bey: How long have you worked here? Pape: I’ve […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Grace Midkiff

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor  Texas State freshman Grace Midkiff is majoring in political science. Midkiff commutes to school from Kingsbury, Texas. We talked about her love for books and a special project she works on in her free time. Bey: Why political science? Midkiff: I kind of want to be a teacher but, […]

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Humans Of San Marcos: Rachel Mcallister

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Rachel Mcallister is a Texas State sophomore majoring in international business. Mcallister said she is a military kid and now claims San Antonio, Texas as her home. We discussed Mcallister’s plans post-graduation to be a Baptist missionary and what she is most excited for while traveling abroad. Bey: What […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Raymond DeLeon

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Raymond DeLeon is a 38-year-old non-traditional student at Texas State. He is currently in school to get his Master’s degree in Criminal Justice. We discussed his family and how he feels about his non-traditional experience at Texas State. Bey: Tell me about your experience here at Texas State. DeLeon: […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Shannon Finley

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Chicago-native Shannon Finley is a sophomore transfer student majoring in education. Finley comes from a military family and discussed some of the lessons she learned growing up around the country and the world. She also talked about her transition from business to schoolbooks. Bey: So why education? Finley: Well, […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Britton Richter

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Britton Richter is a Texas State senior majoring in English. Currently, she is employed at MamboFreeze at The Hitch in San Marcos. We discussed school, work and some of her favorite things to do. Bey: How did you start working at the MamboFreeze food truck? Richter: Well, my boss usually […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Lauren Kuyateh

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor We all come from different cities, cultures, and just about anything else that can differ us from one another. We chose this university for many different reasons and Texas State unifies us all as one. Every single student makes an impact on our perception and adds to our identity […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Mittie Miller

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Mittie Miller is a 61-year-old San Marcos native who works as Traci Lynn’s jewelry consultant. Miller talked about how jewelry helps to make women feel beautiful and how her hometown has grown for the better. How long have you been in San Marcos? Oh my gosh, a very long […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Jonathan Schaefer

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Jonathan Schaefer is the manager and art instructor at San Marcos’ local art studio, Cafe Monet. Schaefer is a 26-year-old Texas State alumnus with a degree in ceramics and painting. The studio is a place where customers can paint their own pottery and the New Braunfels-native discussed how pottery […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Bri Watkins

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Bri Watkins is a 21-year-old journalism student from Wichita Falls. Bey: Why journalism? Watkins: I chose journalism after I read a book called “Captivating” by Stasi Eldredge. Before that I was an education major. I knew I always loved to write and teach, those were always kind of my […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Jenna Watson

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Jenna Watson is a 22-year-old photography student from Dallas. Watson plans to graduate in December 2016. How’s your day going? It’s five-dollar Friday (at Smoothie King,) so it’s great. I only have a day class so that kind of sucks. But other than that it’s great. So why photography? […]

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Humans of San Marcos: Aaron Razo

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor You may have seen a guy spinning an Apartment Pros sign along the right side of the Sessom Drive and North LBJ Drive. Aaron Razo, 23, used to be a Texas State psychology student. “For music, it’s really hard to do anything with a music degree if you don’t […]

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