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A wide view of one side of Sewell Park on a busy weekend. In the San Marcos River, there are adults on paddle boards, in canoes and swimming. There are dozens of people walking alongside the concrete and sitting on beach towels in swimsuits.


Having Fun in College Being Under 21

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Two weeks ago, SXSW and all of its conferences, interactive events and concerts took over the city of Austin, Texas. With the fact that SXSW took place during spring break, I wanted to take advantage of what the festival had to offer— to an extent. I knew that in planning a day trip to Austin there was only so much I could do in […]

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Three polaroid's scattered with the title “September Favs”


September Favs: Music, Media & More

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor When planning what to write about this week, a few topics came to mind that all had an equal amount of importance and timeliness, so I thought, why not talk about them all? Here are three things I’ve been loving this September! Game: "Among Us" This game is more than just a “fav,” it has become an obsession. “Among Us” is a video game that […]

todaySeptember 22, 2020 6

Collection of red solo-cups on the ground. A few ping-pong balls are set around them.


How College Culture Tells Us Alcoholism Doesn’t Exist

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor You’ve seen it in movies and television: the passed-out students with drawings on their faces. You’ve heard the excuses, “We’re in college! This is what it’s all about!” You’ve been into the apartments with empty liquor bottles shown-off on top of cabinets and walls covered with cardboard boxes of beer. You’ve seen it perpetuated in media, “You can retake a class, but you can’t relive […]

todayJuly 11, 2019 11

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The Harsh Reality of Driving Drunk

By Asia Daggs Web Content Director On March 10, 2015, the harsh reality of drunk driving hit me hard by taking my grandmother away from my family and then again on March 19, 2017, when a childhood friend was taken entirely too soon. My grandmother was hit by a drunk driver as she was crossing the street in broad daylight. She owned an antique shop on the corner of that […]

todayApril 21, 2017 111

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I Am 21. What Now?

By Asia Daggs Assistant Web Content Manager I am finally 21, but I'm still waiting on the big magical revelation. I have anticipated this "big day" since I was a kid, and now that it is here, I am not sure how to feel. Is this the birthday that marks my newly reached stage of adulthood or is it simply the day I can legally hit up the liquor store? […]

todayJanuary 3, 2017 10

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Staying Safe at Parties

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The college party culture is hard to avoid, especially around the holidays. Going to parties can be a cool way to meet new people and have a good time, but not at the expense of your safety. If you're going out this weekend, follow these tips on how to stay safe. Go With A Group Partying with a large group might mean keeping up […]

todayDecember 1, 2016 5


Too Much Coffee Can Harm Your Health

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   An average of 180­ million Americans drink coffee every morning to begin their day. Coffee can help people wake up in the morning and can help them feel more alert but it can also do a number of other things. The Texas State Health Center has not observed a severe negative impact on students who drink too much coffee but agrees that students should be […]

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