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A photo of a long wooden gate with big, black metal letters spelling out "Wild Roots Nursery." The sky in the background is gray and cloudy, with a few power lines and scattered buildings in the background.


Growing Your Green Thumb

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor Despite the general aesthetic of having a literal jungle in your living room, plants make great companions that clean your air, brighten your mood, and force you to finally shake the dust off your blinds and let some natural sunlight in. With the warm weather creeping in, now is a great time to start your houseplant addiction, or, for seasoned plant parents, continue to […]

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The image contains a large pink Himalayan salt rock, a large amber colored glass containing a large white, slightly melted candle inside of the glass, then in front of the salt rock and large candle is a smaller green candle in a printed glass container with lemons and oranges on it. With the words "Lemon Leaf and Ginger" on the front wrapper. The candle is made by Cobblestone Candle. These three objects are placed on top of a side table with a silver lamp pole placed behind it against the white textured wall beside a brown sliver of couch.


Aromatherapy: The Benefits and Recommendations

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager According to Healthline, aromatherapy is “a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being" by using essential oils. These essential oils come from plants after they have been steamed or pressed as these methods help capture the plant’s various fragrances.   Now, I don’t know about y’all, but aromatherapy seems like nonsense until one day you are freaking out about […]

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An overlay displaying a gray timer counting down the days, minutes, and hours to graduation with a background of oak trees and stairs on the Texas State campus.


Fear, Change, and How We Learn from It

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager It seems like everyone is going through some sort of change these days. Spring really is a time to reset and prepare for what the rest of the year has to offer. For some of us, we're getting ready to graduate. For others, it can be a big move somewhere new or just generally dipping into the vast pool of uncertainty that accompanies […]

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An illustration of several summer items on a bright teal background surrounded by tropical leaves and flowers and a multicolored beach ball. The items clockwise are a green tote bag with a smiley face, a squeeze tube of sunscreen, pink striped flip flops, a yellow tank top with spaghetti straps tied in bows and a pair of pink cat eye sunglasses.


Looking and Feeling Good in Texas Heat

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Anyone that has stepped outside their home in the last couple of weeks can attest that Texas heat is officially here. And for those who have little to no experience with Texas summers, they are no joke. According to KXAN, the average temperature in Austin during July 2021 was 84.1 degrees Fahrenheit, which was actually considered cooler than normal.  Rising temperatures are convenient for […]

todayApril 15, 2022 24 2

Light grey background with an orange hourglass timer on the left, in the middle, a girl with red hair and a pink shirt in front of a pink computer. Behind is a yellow background and a floating pink, orange, and white piece of paper. On the right is an orange mug with three yellow pencils and a blue ruler sticking out of the mug.


Why Procrastination Doesn’t Equate to Laziness

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor Overflowing inboxes, packed to-do lists and a backlog of assignments left unattended. Habitual procrastination, or the repeated postponement of tasks, is a burdened cycle that grants temporary dopamine to those unfortunate enough who experience it. Like with everything else, there is a sliding scale in reference to procrastinating and what it looks like. Everything from happenstance to habitual, to affecting one section of life […]

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An animated character lays across an arm chair listening to music through headphones with a cat resting on her chest. The animation in over a light blue/purple color background and there are multicolored stones on the top and bottom of the graphic as a border.


Wellness Habits that (Annoyingly) Work

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager   In full transparency, I'm horrible at self-care. Like, face-mask-in-eyes and fell-asleep-while-meditating type of bad. While I know it is the only thing that stands between the average college student and academic burnout, for me, it somehow manages to feel like another assignment at the top of the pile.    Since 2020, people have been more determined than ever to take care of […]

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


Exploring The Historic Downtown San Marcos

By Jemia Spence Web Content Contributor Downtown San Marcos, also known as The Square, must be one of the things that I love most about going to school here. It’s filled with locally-owned restaurants, bistros, nightspots, and unique clothing stores, it has a bit of everything. If you love vintage things, like me, the square has cute stores, and you can shop for tons of handmade pieces and cute gifts. […]

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A wide view of one side of Sewell Park on a busy weekend. In the San Marcos River, there are adults on paddle boards, in canoes and swimming. There are dozens of people walking alongside the concrete and sitting on beach towels in swimsuits.


Having Fun in College Being Under 21

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Two weeks ago, SXSW and all of its conferences, interactive events and concerts took over the city of Austin, Texas. With the fact that SXSW took place during spring break, I wanted to take advantage of what the festival had to offer— to an extent. I knew that in planning a day trip to Austin there was only so much I could do in […]

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An illustration depicting a woman standing in a field of pink and yellow flowers. The woman has a flower tucked behind her ear. Golden rays emulating sunlight are in the background.


Spring Into Living Your Best Life

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Within a matter of weeks, we will no longer have to suffer through a Texas winter anymore. As fun as winter can be, we are overdue for better weather and a healthier state of mind.  Just think about all the differences between winter and spring. Winter shuts us indoors. Nighttime creeps up earlier and earlier in the day. Everything seems grayer and bleaker. We […]

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