By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager In this episode of “The Bachelor Talk” Rachael Gerron talks with her best friends, Destiny Pearson and Brooke Broadway, about the latest Bachelor franchise drama. Bachelor Nation favorite, Dylan Barbour, aired out the show’s … Continue reading The Bachelor Talk: Bachelor Favorite Dylan Barbour Speaks out Against the Franchise
By Paige GreeneWeb Content Assistant Manager We have all been in the situation where you sit down to do your homework and get distracted by your phone, the TV or other media within your vicinity. These distractions lead to procrastination, … Continue reading Tackle Procrastination in 2021: Study Tips
By Andrea Mau Web Content Assistant Manager You have probably at least once in your life identified yourself as either an “extrovert” or an “introvert.” These personality trait terms, often incorporated into personality quizzes, are popular in both professional and … Continue reading Opinion: You are not an Extrovert or Introvert
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor I do not have a life. I spend a lot of my free time watching random Asian dramas and getting way too emotional over the character’s relationships. Since quarantine began, I think I’ve watched over … Continue reading Let’s Rate Some Asian Dramas
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Imagine waking up one morning to find out you overslept and are running late for an important meeting. I know that feeling; we have all been in that position. There are times in which we … Continue reading If I Could Time Travel
By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor Spending time alone can lead to intrusive thoughts. They are not all bad, but simply a result of the human condition. When we are alone, it is one of the few times where we are … Continue reading Journey to Self-connection: The Benefits of Meditation
By Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor Watching films and television shows is a great way to escape the many unique challenges that 2021 has already brought. Some people are discovering streaming services for the first time, while others are as … Continue reading The 5 best new streaming film and television shows of 2021
By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor Are you tired of watching the same shows over and over, or are you looking to branch out of your favorite genres into something new? If so, I have a recommendation for you! This season’s … Continue reading Is “Bridgerton” all that It’s Cracked Up to be?
By Paige GreeneWeb Content Assistant Manager Despite a derailing year for both the film and TV industry, Netflix announced at the start of 2021 that it will release an original movie every week. This adds up to a total of … Continue reading Why Netflix is Releasing Originals Every Week in 2021
By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor With the presidential elections thankfully in the past, Democrats now hold a majority in the House of Representatives and Kamala Harris holds the tie-breaking vote in the Senate, economic issues are now front and center … Continue reading The Inevitable Rise of the Gasoline Tax
By Andrea MauWeb Content Assistant Manager Since 2009 nonprofit organization Austin Angels has been focused on the support of children and caretakers in the foster care system through their various volunteer efforts, providing supplies for day-to-day life and mentorship. Austin … Continue reading KTSW Loves: Austin Angels
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager Over the past few months, we’ve all had to make accommodations to our everyday routine due to COVID-19. I can imagine it’s especially difficult to navigate for students who are entering their first semester … Continue reading Tips for Navigating Online Classes
By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor New Year’s Resolutions tend to be considered a hate or love topic. If you ask someone whether they have made any, it seems they do one of two things; some tell you they do … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions: What Turned People Against Them?
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Over many years and with a lot of trial and error, I think I’ve finally perfected my makeup routine. I love wearing a natural dewy look, with most of the attention drawn to my eyes. … Continue reading My Go-To Makeup Routine!
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor The next foreign language we will be translating is German. This language is one of many other languages (English, Dutch, Swedish, and Norwegian) that are part of the Germanic language family. Basic words such as … Continue reading KTSW Translates: German
By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Cry Over Anime or Asian Dramas For some reason, every winter break since high school, I renew a sudden love for anime or Asian (Korean, Chinese, Thai, etc.) dramas and I get into it. I … Continue reading Things I Do During Winter Break
By Paige GreeneAssistant Web Content Manager Don’t know what to do during Christmas with your friends, family, or significant other? Below is a list of things to keep you busy during this holiday season. Christmas lights One clear sign of … Continue reading Christmas During A Pandemic
By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Houseplants add so much life and color to a living space and have become super trendy recently. Most people personify their plants by giving them names, but I thought ‘why not take it a step … Continue reading The Zodiac Signs as Houseplants
By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor It seems like every other day someone is meeting the love of their life – at least the lucky ones are. Finding a life partner or soulmate isn’t easy for everyone, let alone keeping our … Continue reading The Complexity of Relationships and Dating
By Ally BolenderNews Content Manager As I reflect on my last week as a college student, I’m happy with the way that I’ve done these last few years. The years I spent at Texas State have been the best years … Continue reading Advice to College Students: From a Graduating Senior