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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 51


Rise in San Marcos Sexual Assault Reports May Be Linked to Greater Awareness

By Andrea MauWeb Content Assistant Manager According to the San Marcos Police Department (SMPD), the number of sexual assault reports is on track (and is only expected) to rise in the San Marcos area.  Chart provided by the SMPD regarding the number of sexual assault reports from 2019-2021.  While the need for these reports is always unfortunate, the rising numbers may be due to a positive change in our culture […]

todayApril 14, 2021 28

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Creepy Short Films on YouTube

By Andie MauAssistant Web Content Manager Short films and the horror genre are overlooked by mainstream audiences despite their contributions to the cinema. Shorts have fantastic entertainment value given the wide variety of stories, creative approaches and quick run time.  Shorts are particularly well suited to the horror genre, as suspense is hard to maintain in a feature-length film. The following are the most disturbing yet brilliant shorts available to […]

todayMarch 21, 2021 170

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Underrated Texas Female Authors

By Andie MauWeb Content Assistant Manager While Cormac McCarthy and Larry McMurty are household names, Texan women are suspiciously absent in Texan literary conversations despite their gender making up the majority of the publishing industry. The following are accomplished Texan female authors and their works worthy of more recognition. “Rain of Scorpions and Other Stories”- Estella Portillo Trambley Trambley was born in 1976 in El Paso, Texas. The majority of […]

todayMarch 8, 2021 311

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The silver lining of COVID-19

By Andie MauWeb Content Assistant Manager COVID-19 has indisputably changed the world forever, impacting the economy, health and social spheres beyond recognition. Yet the need created out of the current crisis also necessitates innovations that have undeniably improved the quality of life for many. While we cannot mitigate the amount of loss humanity has faced since COVID, a positive mind-set helps construct a better future. Greater awareness for mental health […]

todayFebruary 27, 2021 32

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Opinion: You are not an Extrovert or Introvert

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 academic environments to identify work and social styles.  Identifying these traits supposedly helps one find their role in social circles and capitalize on preferred communication skills. For example, a prescribed […]

todayFebruary 2, 2021 95

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KTSW Loves: Austin Angels

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 Angels serve to connect potential foster families to foster children with the Dare to Dream project, and continued guidance of those families with around the clock support from a mentor. […]

todayJanuary 26, 2021 761

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Beginner’s Steps to Going Green

by Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor  Every day we are producing more trash than we can dispose of. We mitigate this environmental crisis with recycling, but the truth is much more should and can be done to repair the planet or at least preserve it. However, going waste-free is a large lifestyle change that takes time and planning to implement into one’s day-to-day. The following are easy steps to start one […]

todayDecember 4, 2020 41

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Cans and Coats for Hays-Cadwell Women’s Center

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor The Theatre Department is hosting a cans and coats drive for the Hays-Cadwell County Women’s Center (HCWC). The HCWC is a local organization that has been dedicated to women’s health and safety since 1973. This includes providing services such as emergency shelters, hospital access, and helplines for women and children in domestic violence situations. Amongst a pandemic, the circumstances of women to exit abusive relationships […]

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