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Fall Festivities

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor Finally, at long last, temperatures are kinda, sorta starting to cool; school in session and football is on TV. That’s right, fall is back and better than ever. Although summer is over, there is not necessarily a void of entertainment for central Texans. In fact, fall is when some of the most unique and iconic events in the area take place. SMTX Mermaid S.P.L.A.S.H.: […]

todaySeptember 17, 2018 13

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NFL Season Predictions

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor Oh fall, that magical season when temperatures supposedly drop, foliage changes and we ritualistically gather around the television to watch young men in colorful uniforms suffer traumatic brain injuries in real time. The National Football League (NFL) has had a rough go of it lately with concerns about player safety, asinine rule changes, brazenly incompetent leadership, allegations of blackballing players for political beliefs, mass […]

todaySeptember 12, 2018 8

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Resources for New Students

By Garrett McGinley Blog Content Contributor Starting at college is an exciting personal milestone, and hopefully the beginning of the most memorable four years of one’s life. However, it can also be an overwhelming time of transition and personal growth. For many of you, this will be the first time you are away from home for an extended period. While the freedom this new lifestyle brings may be appealing for […]

todaySeptember 7, 2018 18

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Welcome to College

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor You made it into a university and figured out a way to pay for it! Congratulations incoming freshmen and transfers, I am genuinely happy for you. This is a momentous event in your life, but now comes the hard part. University life is probably a completely different animal than anything you’ve experienced in your life thus far, and one that can break you if […]

todayAugust 17, 2018 38

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I’ve seen the future of American left and her name is Alexandria

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor With an outcome likely no one outside of The Bronx saw coming, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset victory over Rep. Joe Crowley (D-NY) in the New York Congressional District 14 Democratic Primary sent shockwaves through the political world. Her victory is also emblematic of a larger conflict brewing within the American left. Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old former bartender and self-described democratic socialist, is perhaps the most prevailing […]

todayAugust 10, 2018 22

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Austin needs a pro sports team, so I made one

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor As I sat at home Tuesday night, half paying attention to the MLB All-Star Game, a thought came to me that I couldn’t shake: Austin doesn’t have any professional sports teams. Now obviously I already knew this, but I had thought about how odd it is. How could the 11th largest city in the United States not have one pro sports team to represent […]

todayAugust 8, 2018 55

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World Cup Update: What’s Happening

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor Believe it or not, the World Cup ends this weekend and the results thus far have been… interesting. My expert analysis up to this point has been a little shaky. In my defense though, my knowledge of the beautiful game is nominal at best and turning to me for guidance was frankly misguided. So far, 24 of the 32 teams have been eliminated, the […]

todayJuly 9, 2018 12

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Think Small in the Lone Star State This Summer

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor July is a busy travel month for Texans. Many will look out of state and abroad for potential vacation spots, while ignoring the hidden gems found here in the lone star state. Texas boasts over 268,000 square miles and within that, a plethora of charmingly small towns scattered across the map. Rather than a trip to a cliché spot, try unwinding in these unique […]

todayJuly 6, 2018 14

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It’s OK To Be Single

By Garrett McGinley Web Content Contributor There is nothing more desirable for a person than to be loved. Love defines a significant portion of our culture and lives, as it certainly should. However, there is one specific type that seems to overpower the rest: romantic love. We are beat over the head with romance. From sappy love songs to tacky rom-coms, we are constantly told that there is someone out […]

todayJune 28, 2018 15

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