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The Social Community Within San Marcos

By Dedrion Weweh Blog Content Contributor Two years ago before I transferred to Texas State, I was deeply concerned as to how and where I would socially fit in. Having only visited San Marcos (and the university) a handful of times, I was not sure of the depth of the campus community and what was potentially offered. Being someone who heavily relies on social stimulation, apprehension was instilled due to […]

todayAugust 20, 2017

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Summer Activities For Broke Students

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist If you’ve been overhearing your friends talk about their vacation plans, and have no idea what you’re going to do for the summer break because you have no money, then this is the list for you! I’ve compiled a list of things to do over when break that requires little to no money. Sure, this list may seem boring when all your friends are going […]

todayJune 5, 2017

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MR Fest 2017 Artist Profile: Von Richter

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist Von Richter joins the ranks alongside a growing number of Texas musicians who have a fondness for progressive and psychedelic rock music. Based in San Marcos, Texas, the trio self-describes their sound as "cosmic jungle rock". While currently playing shows around town, Von Richter aims to embark on a mini-tour this summer, with hopes of playing some of Texas' bigger cities. Although April looks to […]

todayApril 26, 2017 1

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MR Fest 2017 Artist Profile: Astral Blue

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist Based in San Marcos, Texas, Astral Blue is a band that embraces the sounds of late '60s and early '70s hard rock/psychedelia. Still a relatively new band – formed sometime in early 2016 – the group will head to San Marcos’ own Firehouse Studio in the coming weeks to begin recording material for their untitled debut EP. Despite still being in the early stages of their […]

todayApril 25, 2017 2

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SXSW 2017: Music Festival Tips

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist We are finally upon the 31st annual SXSW music festival. Every year, thousands of people are drawn to the streets of downtown Austin for a week of great food, alcohol, and live music. While some people might enjoy the interactive/film portion of the festival, this article will mainly cover music. SXSW is known for putting on hundreds of showcases across a variety of venues and […]

todayMarch 12, 2017

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The In(Consistency) of Music

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist I've always had a keen interest in music, ever since I listened to my mom's collection of CDs when I was in the third or fourth grade-- some of which included Weezer's Blue Album, Pixies' Doolitle, and The Stone Roses' self-titled.  Eventually, my taste in music grew. Then it changed. Then grew again. This cycle has been on repeat my entire life, to this very day. […]

todayMarch 2, 2017

Music

SXSW 2017: Bands You Should Check Out

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist In the coming days of SXSW 2017, I thought it would be fitting to showcase some of the great, slightly understated, acts that I'm looking forward to. If you don't plan on attending this year’s SXSW festival, then hopefully you'll discover some great new music on this list. Also, most of these bands are pretty prolific with their touring, so you'll probably get a chance […]

todayFebruary 11, 2017

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Apps to Keep You Productive This Semester

By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Despite constantly having my smartphone on my me at all times, I never utilize any of its functionality. Aside from checking my emails, I have yet to take advantage of the millions of apps available to keep you productive and punctual. Even the stock apps like calendar and reminder, which are made to make your life easier, sit in a folder hidden from all […]

todayJanuary 19, 2017 1

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Books You Can Kind of Read for Free

By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Called Prime Reading, Amazon launched a small library of books, magazines and more that you can read on any device with the Kindle app installed. I spent some time browsing their catalog, and they do seem to have fairly decent collection. When I say "kind of", I mean that you can read them for free if you have an Amazon Prime subscription. So it's not […]

todayDecember 28, 2016

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    Twin Plagues

    Wednesday

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    City Slicker [EP]

    Ginger Root

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    Yesterday Park

    ISLAND

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    Mood Variant

    Haitus Kaiyote

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    Stunning & Atrocious

    Fleece

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