Allison Johnson

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Alkek Teaching Theater


Common Expierence: Future Humans

By Hannah Alvarado Web Content Contributor Each year, a different theme is selected for Texas State University’s series of academic lectures, film screenings, panel discussions, philosophical dialogues, art exhibits and more, also known as Common Experience. There is also a gallery hosted by Common Experience tucked within Lampasas Hall at Texas State University as well, free for viewing. The overall program allows  for opportunities to interact with some of the […]

todayOctober 17, 2018 5 1


BB’s Beef and Hot Dog

By Allison Johnson Assistant Web Content Manager Charles Rivers and Arianna Richards are two of the newest business owners in San Marcos. Charles is a 20-year-old business management major and Arianna is a 20-year-old exercise & sports science major. Charles’ parents are from Chicago. This is where the Chicago inspired food comes from. When Charles and his family moved to Houston in 2008, they started a restaurant. Charles got to […]

todayApril 12, 2018 13


Femininity for the Future

By Allison Johnson Assistant Web Content Manager March 8th is International Women’s Day. This is a day to celebrate women’s achievements. Whether it’s political or social, I’m all for it. I feel like women are empowered more than ever right now. Decades and centuries ago, women fell victim or felt inferior for many reasons. Now, women’s voices are more influential than ever. To me, International Women’s day is about liberation. […]

todayMarch 8, 2018 3


It’s Not Worth Being a Naysayer About Valentine’s Day

By Allison Johnson Assistant Web Content Manager The older we get, the more cynical we become of holidays. Every year I find myself saying, “It doesn’t even feel like Christmas.” We lose the fun in everything simply because we’re not celebrating the holiday like we used to. If your parents are divorced or you are separated from your family a lot because of college, you understand. Family isn’t together like […]

todayFebruary 14, 2018 2 1


How to Decrease Your Workload for the Semester

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Time management is a difficult thing to conquer as a young adult. You know the general rule of studying for nine hours per week for just one three-hour course? It’s nearly impossible with a job, 15 hours of school and volunteer work as well. Sometimes if I want to study for four hours a week for one class, I have to settle for a […]

todayJanuary 28, 2018 2

Austin City Limits

Wait for Something Better

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor My first ACL experience was in 2012. I remember that it rained that weekend. When it started pouring, hundreds of us ran under tents to stay dry. You know who wasn’t leaving? People camping out at the stage. Crazy. It took me a while to realize why these people were so dedicated to sit in the rain. I was shocked. They were holding it down […]

todayNovember 1, 2017 5

Web Content

Should Law Enforcement Be Required to Obtain a Degree?

Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Families are hurting from the result of unethical deadly force by police officers. Some police officers turn to this way of handling a situation due to their ignorance. Wives are left without their husbands, and children are left fatherless at an extremely young age. In college, people can escape their small towns and the opinions of social demographics their parents or peers may have embedded […]

todayOctober 19, 2017

Back to School Broadcast

Tailgate Season at Texas State

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor While we wait for football season to grace us with its presence again, you can checkout the 2017 Texas State football schedule here. It is still a while away, but it will be here before we know it. Go ahead and get yourself a new pair of boots, plenty of cute outfits, and Bobcat gear before tailgate season is back. Tailgate culture at Texas State University is […]

todayAugust 19, 2017 13 1


Empire Machines Close Out Stonewall

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Empire Machines is the last band to play at Stonewall for the 10th anniversary of MR Fest. The band took the stage around 7 p.m., and it could not have been a better time. Right before Empire Machines began to play, the sky got cloudy and dark. That can best describe the band’s sound. They are indeed indie rock. The guitar riffs empower their […]

todayApril 30, 2017 6

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