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The front side of Beretta hall, with a tree on the top half and sign on the bottom left.

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Resident Assistants Remain Concerned about COVID-19

By Jordan Young News Reporter As Coronavirus numbers across the state continue to fall from the record-breaking surge, Texas surpassed the harrowing number of 60,000 Covid related deaths. A grim reminder of how deadly the virus is and why communities, such as Texas State, should continue to be vigilant. However, many feel that the Department of Housing and Residential Life (DHRL) and Texas State are no longer proactive on covid. […]

todaySeptember 22, 2021 127 1 16

On a round brown table on the 7th floor in alkek library, a standard sized iPad has a zoom call started on it. In the zoom call, the screen is of central Texas State University’s campus and features Old Main as a focal point. Behind the table, there is a large window. The view is also of central Texas State University’s campus, featuring Old Main.

News

From Online to In Person: The Sophomores’ Unusual Transition

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributer As a result of many being forced into a school year that was fully online due to COVID-19, the sophomores faced an unusual transition to in-person college. Being in almost the same boat as the incoming freshmen, they experience a mix of emotions as they try to adjust to this new learning environment. Unlike the freshmen, the sophomores were thrown into the mix under […]

todaySeptember 8, 2021 61 2 3

A photo of Grins Restaurant with a sign enforcing a mask rule

Businesses

No Mask, No Service: A Student Documentary

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Manager “No Mask, No Service” is a short nine-minute documentary about how COVID-19 affected the local businesses of San Marcos, TX. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t965nTAXfzI&t=2s In the documentary, I speak to business owners Paul Sutphen of Grins and Adam Liley of Pie Society about the COVID-19 pandemic and how their restaurant dealt with the hardship. “For six months, every day we didn’t know what was going to happen,” explained […]

todayJuly 15, 2021 10

Person sitting by themselves by a window while on laptop in front of a yellow background with the text, “The Art of Allowing Loneliness”

Lifestyle

The Art of Allowing Loneliness

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager "I think I'm going to get a cat," I said as my mom listened on the other end of the call. We were on our third call of the day, which wasn't unusual as she often called to make sure that I ate something that wasn't prepackaged. She countered with a reminder of my cat allergy before asking why I wanted a cat. […]

todayJune 30, 2021 11 1

Photo of a yellow background with a few vaccines lined up.

Lifestyle

How Do Vaccines Work?

By Paige Greene Web Content Assistant Manager With the COVID-19 vaccine available in Hays county, you may find yourself wondering how vaccines really work. When bacteria or viruses enter your body, they invade, attack and multiply. This is what causes you to get sick.  For example when you get sick with COVID-19, your body creates proteins called “antibodies” to fight that disease. These antibodies stick to specific proteins, like those […]

todayMay 7, 2021

Illustration of the coronavirus, and various cartoon drawings of items such as masks, computers, and books surrounding it.

COVID-19

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 10

Map of the United States with a paper airplane being mailed from one heart to another representing a long-distance relationship.

Lifestyle

Long-Distance Relationships are Doable during COVID-19

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor Long-distance relationships are often seen as taboo and written off as something that isn’t doable, especially in college, but they are.  In the times of  COVID-19, long-distance relationships are becoming more prominent and challenging due to the fears and risks of traveling during a pandemic.  As a former military child, I have always known of long-distance relationships.  I moved around every three or four years […]

todayFebruary 13, 2021 5 2

News

12/02/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Tiger ShiNews Director SAN MARCOS, Texas-- Hays County reported 7,429 cases of COVID-19 as of December 2, according to the Hays County COVID-19 dashboard. Positivity rate of those tested increased from about 6% to 7% in late November. Hospitalizations of Hays County residents decreased from 16 to 12 as of December 1. The total number of cases in Hays County has been surging since late October. The local health […]

todayDecember 2, 2020 3

News

11/25/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Devon Bates and Ally BolenderNews Reporter and News Content Manager SAN MARCOS, TEXAS--President Trauth and other university leaders shared updates with faculty and staff in a virtual Town Hall on November 23. President Trauth discussed a promising outlook for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, she encouraged students to bring learning materials home for the break as the fall semester schedule remains unchanged following Thanksgiving. She also recommended […]

todayNovember 26, 2020 3 1

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