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A crowd of people at the festival with the text NIOSA in colorful lettering with colorful pom poms going across the top.

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Hello NIOSA

By Darcie Papillion Web Content Contributor As people make their way through the gates, a feeling of excitement spreads throughout the crowd of people, after all, NIOSA (Night In Old San Antonio), or Fiesta, is back! NIOSA is a four-night festival held in the heart of downtown San Antonio. The festival, established in 1936, was a simple one-day harvest festival that has grown over time and has held different names […]

todayJuly 1, 2021 4

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The Art of Allowing Loneliness

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager "I think I'm going to get a cat," I said as my mom listened on the other end of the call. We were on our third call of the day, which wasn't unusual as she often called to make sure that I ate something that wasn't prepackaged. She countered with a reminder of my cat allergy before asking why I wanted a cat. […]

todayJune 30, 2021 3 1

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Mental Health Awarness Month Virtual Forum Spotlights Resources at Texas State

By Andrea MauWeb Content Assistant Manager An unseen toll on the mind is just one of the many challenges people face today during an epidemic. According to Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), 4 in 10 U.S. adults reported symptoms of depression, anxiety, addiction and other mental disorders in 2020 compared to 1 in 10 in 2019. More than ever, mental health is on the rise, and Texas State seeks to address […]

todayMay 12, 2021 3

Year one during pandemic

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Lesson Learned: Freshman Year

By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor Being a freshman during the first year of college amongst a pandemic was weird. I know there are thousands of more elaborate words I could use but “weird” is what best fits. New student orientation was online, everything felt dangerous for the first few months, and it was difficult to find a balance between having fun my first year and being exceedingly responsible about […]

todayMay 10, 2021 2

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How Do Vaccines Work?

By Paige Greene Web Content Assistant Manager With the COVID-19 vaccine available in Hays county, you may find yourself wondering how vaccines really work. When bacteria or viruses enter your body, they invade, attack and multiply. This is what causes you to get sick.  For example when you get sick with COVID-19, your body creates proteins called “antibodies” to fight that disease. These antibodies stick to specific proteins, like those […]

todayMay 7, 2021

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Thank You Texas State and San Marcos

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor June 22, 2017, I officially became a Texas State Bobcat. As I stepped into the classroom of my very first college course in August, I thought to myself, “This will be a long four years.” Now here I am in 2021, four years later, ready to walk across the stage and graduate from Texas State into the real world. I would like to thank several […]

todayMay 6, 2021 14 2

drawing of eyes surrounded by stars with the text “time is not real”

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Time is Not Real, But Here’s How to Make it Last Longer

By Rachael Gerron Web Content Assistant Manager  Do you ever feel like time is flying by and you ca not figure out why? Last week, I turned 20 during my last week of classes, in my fourth semester of college, yet I still feel like I was just in high school. Every time I check my Snapchat memories, I am amazed at how long ago things were, because it feels as […]

todayMay 6, 2021 1

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3 Tips for Leasing Student Apartments

By Lea MercadoWeb Content Contributor Student apartments are designed to be a college student's heaven. Apartments with gyms, giant pools, and affordable rates, what is there not to like? As a student residing in one of Texas' most prominent college towns, I have rented student housing ever since I moved out of my dorm.  Here are some tips to keep in mind when you are looking for student housing apartments. […]

todayApril 25, 2021 2

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KTSW Translates: Vietnamese

By Tiger Shi Web Content Contributor South of China is the country of Vietnam. Vietnam on the globe by Tiger Shi. I have not been to Vietnam. My parents planned to go last year but didn’t because of the pandemic. Vietnamese culture has always felt familiar to me because of its historical roots that resemble Chinese culture. For one, they do have a New Year celebration called Tet which is […]

todayApril 22, 2021 1

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