By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor International Women’s Day is coming up and all of us here at KTSW are celebrating! On Thursday, March 8 we will be hosting a live 24-hour broadcast featuring all-female DJs and radio hosts performing … Continue reading International Women’s Day is Here!
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor We’re in a golden era of technology. There’s no doubt about it. It seems that new apps, startups, companies and even forms of currency are popping up every day. It’s almost impossible to keep … Continue reading How Safe is Your Private Data?
By Iris Gonzalez Other Side Drive Segment Producer Space! Adventure! Mash ‘em up and season with some good ol’ rootin’, tootin’ and lootin’ to get Spaceventure! An original air series by Iris Gonzalez. In “Spilot,” we meet Nikhil Patel, a … Continue reading Spaceventure: “Spilot”
By Andrew Zimmel Riding the Pine Host and Sad Viking NFC Championship Game, Texas State Basketball and when is it okay to wear your loser team’s jersey? We start the show with talk over the government shutdowns and my … Continue reading Riding the Pine: Episode Six
By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor Name: Grace Age: 2-years-old Breed: Hound & Labrador Retriever Mix Favorite Activity: Following her owner and showing off her smiles When I first met Grace, I was stunned to see that she was still … Continue reading Adopt Don’t Shop: Meet Grace
By Brooke Adams Multimedia Director With the vote on Net Neutrality already underway, so many people still don’t understand what the current laws are and how they will be changed. How can something we’ve never heard of have such a … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Net Neutrality
By Janessa Rutiaga Assistant Web Editor International Men’s Day for 2017 falls on this Sunday, the 19th of November. This year’s theme is Celebrate Boys and Men, and KTSW has just the thing for that. We’ll have our 24-hour … Continue reading 2017 International Men’s Day is Here
By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager It is that time of the semester where school is kicking our behinds and all we really want is a break from grades, jobs and our other . If this sounds all too familiar, … Continue reading Come Rock Your Chakras With Us
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor I think we all have those moments in life where we’re all feeling a little down. We may not be depressed or mad, we just need a little pick me up to get us … Continue reading 5 Quick Ways To Cheer Yourself Up
By Alexandra Cochran Web Content Contributor It’s true; women with ovaries bleed. It’s part of the living process and usually happens once a month and continues monthly for the majority of our lives until we reach menopause. The products that … Continue reading Periods: Going With The Flow
By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Tune in to national news and you might find a segment about a new immigration order. This segment might feature clips of Hispanics in handcuffs and people crossing the border. Tune in to local … Continue reading The Secret Effects of News Media
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor I stayed in my hometown the first two years of college. I had a great scholarship, so my plan was to finish my undergraduate degree there. Everything was going perfectly well. I really liked … Continue reading Being the “New” Student During My Junior Year
By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor When others think of accountability, they may assume that it plainly means to be responsible, but it actually goes beyond that. Accountability includes being able to acknowledge problems that are not directly in your … Continue reading The Importance of Accountability
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Hookup culture is a widespread acceptance of sexual encounters with no attachments or emotions. It’s no secret that this culture has been commonly associated with college students for years. In fact, more and more … Continue reading Finding a Relationship in a Hookup Culture