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A Student’s Perspective: Episode 1

By Lucy EmmersonSegment Producer College junior Lucy Emmerson interviews her roommate, Lauren Wilson, on her college experience at Texas State. Wilson speaks on her journey to picking Texas State, social life in college, dating, and being Lucy’s roommate.  Featured image by Lucy Emmerson.

todaySeptember 13, 2020 25

Back to School Broadcast

B2SB: Study Resources and Help for Texas State Students

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor SLAC (Student Learning Assistance Center) One of the biggest mistakes incoming freshmen can make is believing college will be like high school and they can get by without any studying and tutoring. But for many new students, college courses can be a rude awakening and students soon learn that they’ll need to seek help if they're struggling in a class. Thankfully SLAC is a resource […]

todayAugust 18, 2020 19

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B2SB: Residency and Roommates

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor As a new student to any university, I am sure there are many types of questions crossing through your mind. Well, if you are thinking about your rooming situation, then this article is for you. I am going to give you some pointers on how to choose and act upon your new residence and roommates. Campus living Living on campus can be a blessing or […]

todayAugust 16, 2020 8

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The Game of Dating

By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor Dating in college or any stage in life is quite a humbling experience. We never really forget our dating experiences because they are a part of our journey through life. The game of dating can be tiresome. With the emergence of online dating, and the prevalence of ghosting, half the time you don’t even make it to the date.  As someone who dates casually here […]

todayJuly 4, 2020 101

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The Non-STEM Rebellion

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor “I find your lack of faith disturbing.” This was what Darth Vader said disapprovingly in Star Wars towards an admiral who expressed arrogance and disrespect. This is also how I felt when my relatives in China and my family friends within the Chinese-American community viewed my major in mass communication and journalism as “unsatisfactory” to their standards. It is simply because it is not STEM […]

todayMay 8, 2020 87

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Let the Sentimental Senior Year Playlists Commence

By Lexi AshburyMusic Journalist In this playlist, titled “last college winter,” I have successfully pulled songs together that exemplify the nostalgia of simpler times with some bold, newly released tunes. Most of my playlists feature a majority of oldies and this one is no exception. A few tracks are ones I absolutely adored in high school, which I felt was only fitting to include on this list, because who doesn't […]

todayDecember 13, 2019 167

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The Perils of Registration

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor According to the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale, divorce is the second most stressful event in a person’s life. Marriage is number seven. Retirement clocks in at number ten. One event remains unaccounted for, though, and should be added towards the top of the list— and that’s “registering for classes.”  For many college students, the early morning hours of registration are a nightmarish, disheveled mess. […]

todayOctober 30, 2019 9

This is how we keep order in our apartment. We put our names down and they we think of chores that need to be done and put them next to it. This helps stop conflict in the apartment.


The Truth about Living with Friends

By Mia Robinson Web Content Contributor When I first signed my lease with three of my close friends, I thought it was going to be all rainbows and butterflies. Turns out, I was wrong. Living with friends is a lot more work than just hanging out all the time. It’s only the beginning of the school year and our friendships have already been tested by laundry, dishes and trash. I […]

todayOctober 3, 2019 4

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Millennials and Work-Life Balance: A Troubled Love Story

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor As I enter my final semester of college and look towards a future in the workplace, the changing notions of work-life balance and what percentage of my life and energy will be funneled into my work has sharpened into focus.  Since high-school, I have been about as type-A, high-achieving, if-it-isn’t-a-4.0-it’s-not-good-enough as anyone can be. Constantly weighing what I was doing against the people around me, […]

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