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Are Press Releases Dead?

By Jemia Spence Web Content Contributor Earlier this semester my professor asked the question, are press releases dead? This topic sparked an interest because of my major and  I wanted to know, digitally, how society has changed. So, I researched the discussion and personally think that press releases are not dead. However, they do not generate as much press. There are several reasons why press releases have been around for […]

todayMay 6, 2022 12

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Should We “Spring Forward” Forever?

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor If you're anything like me, the recent daylight saving "spring forward" was much needed and really lifted me out of my winter funk. When I heard about the Sunshine Protection Act that was passed by the Senate recently, I was pretty happy about the concept of permanent daylight saving time, and, of course, a little curious. What exactly would the passage of this bill […]

todayMarch 23, 2022 21 3

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Why College Doesn’t Have to Be the Best Four Years of Your Life

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor The cliché that college is the climax or pinnacle of your life and everything you experience thereafter is a point of constant decline is incredibly disheartening. This idea circulates in our society but has little tactile or meaningful evidence in support of its claims. Of course, there will always be those with an adversarial stance on this topic, and to some degree, I do […]

todayMarch 1, 2022 189 5

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News

Should Texas State Go Back Online?

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Campuses across the nation are going online for the first couple of weeks of the Spring 2022 semester due to the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 and the rise of COVID-19 positive cases from the holiday season. Should Texas State University do the same? The Omicron variant was first identified by scientists in South Africa and reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) on […]

todayJanuary 3, 2022 57 5

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Opinion: It’s Time to Discuss Critical Race Theory in Classrooms

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager During this year's legislative session, Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 3979, which restricts how Texas educators can discuss current events or controversial elements of American history, especially those regarding race and oppression. Despite lacking mention of "Critical Race Theory," the bill symbolizes Abbott's efforts to "abolish Critical Race Theory in Texas." HB 3979 echoes similar legislation being pushed across the nation calling the public's attention to […]

todayJuly 19, 2021 172

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America’s Religious Decline: The Cause and Effect

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor In my last article "America's Religious Decline: Our Changing Country," I talked about how religious affiliation is on the decline as well as church membership. In this article, I want to discuss how other factors in society seem to be on the rise in proportion. Disclaimer: I am in no way taking any side, religious or not, or saying one thing is right while another […]

todayMay 4, 2021 26

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Lifestyle

Adulting is Hard

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor The absolute worst thing that happens to people is quite literally aging. I mean it is for some people. I am a part of that group.  I am absolutely terrified of getting older. I have been terrified the moment society dubbed me as an adult at the ripe age of 18. The moment you are legal, things start changing.  First off, when you’re an adult, […]

todayApril 20, 2021 66

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Why Are We Obsessed with the ‘70s?

By Paige Greene Web Content Assistant Manager Get ready. People in their twenties are obsessed with the ‘70s again. It seems to be a trend to bring back old decades of fashion, music, fads and more. These old items and trends are resurfacing and more popular than ever, but why? Flared pants, baby tees, halter tops and roller skates are all examples of ‘70s inspired trends that are re-entering the […]

todayApril 17, 2021 1612

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Maybe It Didn’t Happen For A Reason

 By Melanie SalazarWeb Content Contributor I used to wholeheartedly believe that everything happened for a reason; I was good at it too. I could see all the small inconveniences in my life, like having to take an alternate route because of a road closure or the person in front of me taking 10 minutes too long on their coffee order, making me late. They all seemed like things that had […]

todayApril 15, 2021 12

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