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San Marcos Cinema Club Explores Southwestern Culture in September

By Alex Ross Other Side Drive Host Other Side Drive's Alex Ross interviewed Jordan Buckley of the San Marcos Cinema Club. The club will be screening films every Thursday starting in September that explore culture in the southwestern United States. From "Dazed & Confused" to "Selena" to "Raising Arizona," there will be a lot to see and even more to come from the San Marcos Cinema Club.

todayAugust 20, 2016 20

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The Truth about Being Latino

by Chelsea Moran Web Content Contributor Being Latino in America can be difficult at times when there is a load of ignorance floating around your race, nationality, and culture. Although there are many differences in the Latino community depending on where you hail from or are descended from, there are three things that many latinos have in common and have to explain to people on a regular basis... Not every […]

todayNovember 20, 2015 14

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Annual Powwow Brings Native Tradition to San Marcos

Laura Aebi News Reporter Since the early 90s, Native American tribes from all over the state have come together in San Marcos to honor their history and ensure their future by hosting a traditional powwow at Spring Lake. This year the Sacred Springs Powwow, hosted by the Indigenous Cultures Institute, included traditional dancers in full regalia, Native American food, arts and crafts, flute players, storytellers, and merchant vendors with traditional […]

todayOctober 11, 2015 15

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Moviecation: Stolen Education

Writer & Producer: Veronika Kondratieva Other Side Drive Producer: Shannon Williams Editor: Adam M. Cook Do you know your family's history? Or is there an untold story waiting to be revealed? This happened to professor at the University of Utah, Dr. Enrique Aleman Jr. As a 13-year-old boy, the Kingsville native was flipping through pages of his mother’s high school yearbook and couldn’t help but notice that his mom, Lupe […]

todayApril 1, 2014 206

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Watoto Children’s Choir Tours America

The Watoto Childrens Choir from Africa is on a six-month tour in the United States in hopes to inspire many lives. They want to raise awareness on the difficulties orphans face in Africa. Phillip Mugerwa, from Uganda East Africa, is the choir leader of the Watoto Childrens Choir currently touring in the United States. He is in charge of 22 children who are orphans that have lost one or both […]

todayFebruary 19, 2014 19

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Caribbean Student Association

The Texas State Caribbean Student Association aims to generate and foster a sense of community through educational, cultural and social activities. Food. Fun. Reggae. This motto translated to last week’s on-campus Inaugural West Indian Day Carnival, as it primarily does for events sponsored by the year-old Texas State Caribbean Student Association. But CSA Chapter President Ty-Amber Terry says she also wants to educate the university and San Marcos communities about the […]

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