By Ally BolenderWeb Content Assistant Manager When I told my professor that I wasn’t intending on finding a job directly after graduating, his eyebrows furrowed. Throughout my years at college, the idea of job hunting has always been intensely stressed. … Continue reading A Job? In This Economy?
By Tiger ShiWeb content Contributor Last year, my junior year, was the first year I lived off-campus. I was roommates with a great high school friend during my freshman year. During my sophomore year, I got assigned to an obnoxious … Continue reading A Message To My Roommates
By Megan WehringAssistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas – The senior class of 2020 are spending their last semester in an online classroom, with an anti-climactic end to their college career. From finding the perfect quote for their cap decoration … Continue reading College Seniors Say an Early Goodbye
By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor According to the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale, divorce is the second most stressful event in a person’s life. Marriage is number seven. Retirement clocks in at number ten. One event remains unaccounted for, though, … Continue reading The Perils of Registration
By Paola BakkerWeb Content Contributor Senior year, baby! The time to blow off your work and live it up, right? More like shoving resume-builders, classes and a social life all into one mess of a year. Senior year is a … Continue reading Senior Year & the Fear of Figuring It Out
By Anna Valdez Blog Content Contributor Ah, grad season. It’s a time of fun and celebration as our friends and family walk the stage and become one step closer to entering the “real world.” As someone who’s been to a … Continue reading Grad Gifts for the Boss Babes in Your Life
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Okay girls, this one is for you. The most important day of our undergraduate year, or our graduation, is fast … Continue reading Finding The Right Shoes for Graduation
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Senioritis (n): A supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. I am in my last semester of college and I … Continue reading Is Senioritis Real?
By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor The fall semester is here and for some students, it’s their first day diving into a completely different world. To some, it may be just another semester, but for myself and many other students, … Continue reading Four or Five Years
By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host Well, it is the end of the school year which means finals, graduation and summer vacation! Round up this semester with your host Jacquelyn Carter and DaLyah Jones as they discuss … Continue reading In the Public Interest Celebrates the End of the Year
By Sarah Pearce News Reporter Graduation season is upon us and if you’ve walked up the steps to Old Main in the past few weeks, you might have noticed small amounts of confetti or streamers gracing the grounds. Numerous students … Continue reading New Initiative Encourages Students to Stop Confetti Use on Campus
By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Graduations for Texas State always bring all of the pomp and circumstance for its graduates. however, with that pomp and circumstance comes anxiety shooting off of the nerve endings of the students that will … Continue reading Five Tips for Graduating Seniors
By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager Today is the deadline to submit the 2014 Fall graduation application. Seniors may apply through the Self-Service Banner Menu on the Texas State website. This semester’s qualified graduates commencement ceremony will be at … Continue reading Friday News Rundown (10-10-2014)