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Who Was Emmett Till?

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor “Emmett Till” can be seen along with many other names being spread across multiple signs during the recent protests around our country. Yet not many people know who he was and how important he is to the Civil Rights Movement. So, let me ask you a question: who is Emmett Till?  Emmett Till was a 14-year-old kid who grew up in Chicago Southside’s working-class neighborhood. […]

todayJune 17, 2020 261

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How To Be a Journalist in Times Like These

By Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager With the Black Lives Matter movement and the impending election, emotions are running high and the mass media is using this to their advantage. People can be led like sheep when they are emotionally vulnerable, and the media is the shepherd herding them up. Getting on social media now is like deep-diving into an opinion forum that you never asked to be apart of that […]

todayJune 12, 2020 8


Be The Change You Want to See

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor It’s pretty obvious that we are living in a society plagued by injustice and strife. Different, conflicting opinions fill our dialogue and some of us wonder when or if we will ever see the day when there is a “peaceful, common ground” and equality represents everyone. We want change, but at times it feels so out of reach. But does that mean we stop […]

todayMarch 21, 2018


Femininity for the Future

By Allison Johnson Assistant Web Content Manager March 8th is International Women’s Day. This is a day to celebrate women’s achievements. Whether it’s political or social, I’m all for it. I feel like women are empowered more than ever right now. Decades and centuries ago, women fell victim or felt inferior for many reasons. Now, women’s voices are more influential than ever. To me, International Women’s day is about liberation. […]

todayMarch 8, 2018 10

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Educate Yourself for Black History Month

By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor As a Caucasian woman, I will never truly understand racism. I have never been in a position where I felt I was being monitored because of my color. I have never been in a position where I felt I was being minimized because of my color. I have never felt oppression simply because of my color. However, I want to help fight against racism […]

todayFebruary 20, 2018 54


Politics Meets the NFL

By Dominic Ansley Sports Reporter In America today, it’s as if everything has become a political statement. Our country is seemingly more divided than it has been in decades and we must choose a side, whether we like it or not. When political arguments seem to be apart of everyday lifestyle, Americans are constantly looking for an escape. For most of us, we find that escape in sports -- or […]

todaySeptember 29, 2017 11


KTSW’s Social Media Administrator: Inspirational Woman

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Belen Ramos, KTSW's Social Media Administrator, speaks out on women's equality during International Women's Day. When striving for success, Ramos says she finds inspiration from strong women in her life: Beyonce, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Linda Chavez and female family members. Ramos says that as a hispanic women, in a male dominated workforce, she is one of the people who can advance her gender […]

todayMarch 11, 2017 9

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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 8

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Shred like a Girl

by Sierra Schuette KTSW Web Content Sometimes we forget just how rad girls can be. I started longboarding in October of last year and I have been wakeboarding since I was young. It is very rare when you walk around town that you see a girl riding a longboard or a skateboard. So when I do see a girl cruising down the street it makes me so proud, even if […]

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