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Humans of San Marcos: Meet Ravyn Ammons

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor The Texas State University Strutters dance team is the largest college dance team in the United States. Founded in 1960, the Stutters will celebrate their 60-year anniversary this school year. Sixty years of many NBA and NFL halftimes, performances in 26 countries, three presidential inaugurations, two Macy’s Thanksgiving parades and even a commercial. The Texas State Strutters have achieved great honors and received global recognition […]

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A gif of the title card of “Schitt’s Creek.”


Why Schitt’s Creek Is One of the Best Shows On TV Right Now

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor You’ve probably heard the old adage, “they don’t make anything original anymore!” Over the past several years, the entertainment industry has been bogged with remakes of classics, new interpretations or just flat out bad twists to stories and characters we’ve known and loved for years. Alternatively, streaming sites like Netflix and Hulu have been praised for their success in creating original shows with interesting takes, […]

todayAugust 15, 2019 10

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Diversity at Texas State University

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor  Texas State University is a community known for its diverse student and faculty population, with 50 percent of its students coming from ethnic minorities. We value these differences in culture, religion, gender, sexuality and other characteristics with pride. This campus has committed a “no hate” policy. On Monday, Sept. 11, a middle-aged man came into the quad around 10 a.m. and remained there until […]

todayOctober 12, 2017


Everyone’s Ready For Morphin’ Time

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Growing up, I remember going into my brother’s room to look at the pink ranger. She is named Kimberly, so of course I was drawn to her. I didn’t notice much more beyond that about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. For my best friend, the Power Rangers were a part of his entire existence. When it was announced that there would be a remake, […]

todayMarch 28, 2017

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The Importance of Diversity in Entertainment Media

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor While out to watch a movie with a friend, a conversation about what bothered us about society and the way it deals with things like movies and social constructs came about. As a true comic book fan, my friend mentioned how he didn’t appreciate the role diversity had taken in some of the classic stories that were being re-imagined on TV. This took me […]

todayMarch 14, 2017 2

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A Safe Haven for Underrepresented Students at Texas State

By Edgardo Hernandez, Jr. Blog Content Contributor Universities offer various amounts of programs and organizations available for students to participate in, which is what many students seek in order to get the full college experience. Integrating into a community is fun and exciting, though it can also be very intimidating. Fortunately at Texas State, students seeking to integrate into their community can find a safe space for social interaction at the […]

todayMarch 5, 2017

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How Equality University Enhanced My College Experience

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor When you get to college, most people will tell you that you need to join clubs on campus to get the real university experience. That could mean Greek life, finding a church group or a fashion club. You’ve probably thought about it, but didn’t know where to begin. I’ve been able to learn so much within one semester after I searched Texas State University’s website for a […]

todayFebruary 10, 2017


Philosophy Department Continues to Get Conversation Started

By Allison Randel News Reporter The Philosophy Department's Spring Series of the Philosophy Dialogues began Thursday afternoon with a conversation about race in society. The dialogue included a panel of four members of the Texas State community: Dr. Dwight Watson, Dr. Greg Moses, Tafari Robertson and Mikala Everett, who each shared their stance on race, it's history, it's presence in society, Martin Luther King and Black Lives Matter. The members […]

todayJanuary 23, 2017 5

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The Pan African Action Committee Starts a Multicultural Lounge

By Jourdan Bazley Blog Content Contributor The Pan African Action Committee, or PAAC, is a new group that has emerged at Texas State University. KTSW's multimedia director Tafari Robertson put his mind to the matter, and worked to bring together a strong group of individuals to serve on the front lines for various cultures on our Texas State Campus. The Pan African Action Committee advocates for the ongoing "need for […]

todayNovember 21, 2016

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