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Sewell Park Conditions After Heavy Rainfall Could Endanger Students

By Allison Randel News Reporter Along with class cancellations and delayed bus services on Tuesday, April 11 was the all too familiar sight of Sewell Park underwater. When heavy rain and thunderstorms hit San Marcos, the intersection of Aquarena Springs and Sessom Drive becomes an unusable and dangerous crossroad. This intersection, arguably the busiest and most widely used one on campus, is also the location of Sewell Park. Assistant Director […]

todayApril 18, 2017

Events

KTSW’s Station Manager: Very Emo R. Kelly

By Kristopher Tondre Program Director Brittany Robinson is KTSW’s station manager and found time in her busy schedule to talk about everything from how she got started at KTSW to her love for orcas all for International Women’s Day. Brittany started at KTSW as soon as she got to campus and has moved her way up over the years to where she is now as KTSW’s first black female station […]

todayMarch 7, 2017 1

Events

Mental Health and Gender Roles: An Interview with Conor Yarbrough

By Brittany Robinson Station Manager   For the last 15 years, countries all over the world have been celebrating International Men’s Day (IMD). With over 70 countries celebrating the annual event, the objective of IMD is more than just a celebration of men. It's a day to highlight men's and boy's health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality and more. At its root. it's a day to promote humanitarian values. […]

todayNovember 19, 2016

Austin City Limits

Corrine Bailey Rae Discusses Afro-futurism, Austin and Her Comeback

By Brittany Robinson Station Manager With the recent release of her fifth music video, "Hey, I Won't Break Your Heart" from off of her latest album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers, Corrine Bailey Rae has been on tour promoting her album non-stop. In just the last month, she started her first UK headlining tour in five years, performed at the Grammy Museum and had a performance Austin City Limits. Since […]

todayNovember 16, 2016 3

Austin City Limits

What I (Surprisingly) Got A Kick Out of At ACL 2016

By Brittany Robinson Station Manager Austin City Limits is one of the biggest festivals in the country, and 2016’s was the biggest yet. It’s almost impossible not to enjoy a festival as grand as ACL. Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar are literally playing on the same weekend, and I strongly believe that if you can’t find pleasure in that, then you won’t find pleasure in anything in your life. The music […]

todayOctober 10, 2016 1

Events

MR Fest Artist Profile: Night Beats

By Brittany Robinson Assistant Music Director If I am sure of one thing, it’s that Night Beats performance at the Marc will be amazing - fantastic even. This Seattle trio, consisting of two Texas natives, musically packs a punch with psychedelic, garage and soul influences. Their third studio album, Who Sold My Generation, released earlier this year to solid reviews and they are now on tour promoting it. It really […]

todayApril 26, 2016

Events

MR Fest Artist Profile: junkie

By Brittany Robinson Assistant Music Director Coming from San Antonio, I’ve always noticed a lack of presence and overall originality when it came to our music scene, but there’s been a gradual change in that dynamic over the years. The indie scene has become a lot more unified and bands like junkie have really proved to me, and others, that Austin isn’t the only alternative music city in Texas. junkie […]

todayApril 20, 2016 3

Events

SXSW 2016: Chicano Batman Interview

By Brittany Robinson and Nestor Vazquez SXSW Press and Street Team Eduardo Arenas - Bass Carlos Arevalo - Guitar Bardo Martinez - Lead Vocals, Guitar, Organ Gabriel Villa - Drums, Back Vocals Have you guys been to Austin before? Martinez: We have, this is our fourth time here. How do you like SXSW 2016 so far? Arenas: It’s crazy, it’s chaotic. There’s a lot of bands. It’s just unreal. You can’t […]

todayMarch 28, 2016 2 1

Events

SXSW 2016: Beach Slang Interview

By Brittany Robinson SXSW Press Team   Beach Slang is a Philadelphia punk rock quartet that shook up the rock scene last year with their debut album, The Things We Do To Find People Like Us. With acclaimed music outlets, like Noisey and The A. V. Club, naming it one the best albums of the year, Beach Slang is now on tour showing the country how great their music truly […]

todayMarch 24, 2016 7

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