A graphic of a clay oil lamp with a mango-shaped design on it lighted. It is on top of a maroon background with red designs on it. 


Diwali: The Festival of Lights

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor May the light of Diwali remind us that from darkness there is knowledge, wisdom, and truth. From division, unity. From despair, hope. To Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists celebrating in America and around the world — from the People’s House to yours, happy Diwali. - President Joe Biden  Diwali, or Deepavali, is one of the biggest Indian holidays of the year. Otherwise known as […]

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Solid black background with a center image of Virginia Alves, wearing a black jacket, pink shirt, long brown hair, and wearing white earbuds. Behind her is a solid white background. In the bottom left corner is the Facebook symbol (blue with a white lowercase f), then the top left corner is the YouTube symbol (red with a white square and a sideways red triangle), the top right corner is the Twitter symbol (blue square with a white bird), and the bottom right corner is the Instagram symbol (ombre purple/pink/yellow background with white outline of a camera).


Mass Comm Week 2021: Virginia Alves and “What’s NEXT in Social Media”

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager Virginia Alves, a Texas State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication alumna, has seen great success in her career. Alves graduated from Texas State in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in public relations with a concentration in digital media. She wishes that she could have majored in DMI (digital media innovation), but has seen a benefit from her public relations […]

todayOctober 20, 2021 47 2 2

Laurie Segall speaking on Zoom. She is in zoom panel.


Mass Comm Week 2021: What’s Next With Laurie Segall

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Contributor On Tuesday, Oct. 12th, as a part of Mass Comm Week, Laurie Segall spoke about her journey as a journalist thus far and what she believes is next for the ever-changing world of technology. Segall is the CEO of Dot Dot Dot Media, a correspondent for 60 Minutes +, host of First Contact podcast, the former Senior Tech Correspondent for CNN, and a self-proclaimed weirdo.  […]

todayOctober 19, 2021 44 3 3

A Band playing at studio San Martian on 9/11 with a sign on the back wall saying "san martian"


San Marcos Becomes a Music Friendly Community

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributer The Texas Music Office (TMO) designated San Marcos as a Music Friendly Community at the Music on the Square event on Thursday. Gov. Greg Abbott announced that San Marcos is a Music Friendly Community on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. TMO Community Relations and Outreach Specialist Chip Adams presented the certification to City Councilwoman and Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Derrick at Music on the Square […]

todayOctober 10, 2021 64 2

An image of a spring lake with trees and a skyline in the background


A Need for More Native Greenery

By Jordan Young News Reporter Texas State and San Marcos have beautiful nature surrounding them for the community and tourists to enjoy. From Sewell Park to Purgatory creek, San Marcos has something for everyone to enjoy outdoors. Therefore, as a community protecting these outdoor areas and the wildlife that inhabits them is imperative. Texas State is embarking on many construction projects across campus, analogous to the construction projects across Texas due […]

todayOctober 8, 2021 34 4

: A woman holding a bag of trash over her shoulder and walking on a sidewalk in Rio Vista Park


The 5th Annual Fall River Cleanup

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Many volunteers came together Saturday morning to take part in the Fifth Annual Fall River Clean-Up that expanded throughout the San Marcos River watershed. The San Marcos River is one of the most iconic attractions of San Marcos, as it provides many opportunities for fun through kayaking, tubing and more. For the river to keep being a central spot for our community, the river […]

todayOctober 5, 2021 173 1

-“Face Coverings Encouraged” signs have recently been posted around campus.


Bobcats Back on Campus

By Sarah Grunau News Reporter As of September 21, the university is back to in-person classes and communication has resumed. This comes after the worldwide COVID-19 epidemic caused universities and schooling systems to assume remote learning indefinitely. This sudden alter to a new classroom environment forced students to rethink their means of education, and reconsider their personal ideas of studying. Since the 2020 spring semester, Texas State students have been […]

todaySeptember 28, 2021 31 1

The front side of Beretta hall, with a tree on the top half and sign on the bottom left.


Resident Assistants Remain Concerned about COVID-19

By Jordan Young News Reporter As Coronavirus numbers across the state continue to fall from the record-breaking surge, Texas surpassed the harrowing number of 60,000 Covid related deaths. A grim reminder of how deadly the virus is and why communities, such as Texas State, should continue to be vigilant. However, many feel that the Department of Housing and Residential Life (DHRL) and Texas State are no longer proactive on covid. […]

todaySeptember 22, 2021 128 1 16

On a round brown table on the 7th floor in alkek library, a standard sized iPad has a zoom call started on it. In the zoom call, the screen is of central Texas State University’s campus and features Old Main as a focal point. Behind the table, there is a large window. The view is also of central Texas State University’s campus, featuring Old Main.


From Online to In Person: The Sophomores’ Unusual Transition

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributer As a result of many being forced into a school year that was fully online due to COVID-19, the sophomores faced an unusual transition to in-person college. Being in almost the same boat as the incoming freshmen, they experience a mix of emotions as they try to adjust to this new learning environment. Unlike the freshmen, the sophomores were thrown into the mix under […]

todaySeptember 8, 2021 72 2 3

Headshot of Joshua Travieso


Texas State Graduate Student Receives Future Texas Business Legend Award  

By Autumn McGowanWeb Content Contributor Texas State graduate student Joshua Travieso has been awarded the Future Texas Business Legend Award from the Texas Business Hall of Fame. The award is a grant for $15,000 that Travieso will use to further his business, Floresville Coffee, Texas’ first independent coffee roastery. Travieso is part of the MBA program at the Round Rock campus and says when he started Floresville Coffee with his […]

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