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Senior Year & the Fear of Figuring It Out

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 stressful time, with thoughts of entering the real world looming over our heads. Whether you’re looking forward to being done or dreading college coming to an end, post-grad life is […]

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The image features a hand holding a gift bag in front of a grayish/blue wall. The upper part of the gift bag has a pink trim with a thinner peach trim right below.


Grad Gifts for the Boss Babes in Your Life

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 few graduation ceremonies, one thing that I’ve found stressful is finding the perfect gift for my loved ones, especially my girlfriends. Within the next year, all of my gal pals […]

todayMay 6, 2019 142

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Finding The Right Shoes for Graduation

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 approaching for some of us. We have all worked very hard for four years to get to this point in our career, however, we are not the only ones graduating. There are going to be a couple hundred other people in your class with the […]

todayMay 9, 2017 30

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Is Senioritis Real?

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 swear that senioritis is a real thing. I didn’t suffer as much from this condition when I was in my last year of high school; but right now, I don’t […]

todayMay 1, 2017 8

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Four or Five Years

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, this week marks the beginning of the end, the beginning of our senior year of college. I can’t speak on behalf of all seniors here at Texas State, but personally, […]

todaySeptember 7, 2016 8

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In the Public Interest Celebrates the End of the Year

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 what students didn’t learn in college, the best summer vacation spots and more. This episode features stories from reporters Rebecca Banks, Grayson Kirkham and Kat Huerta. According to research, Texas […]

todayMay 3, 2016 46


New Initiative Encourages Students to Stop Confetti Use on Campus

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 use the confetti to throw and take the perfect picture, but what gets into the drains isn’t as pretty. Until recently, students and staff have shed light on how harmful […]

todayApril 29, 2016 51

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Five Tips for Graduating Seniors

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 walk the stage in less than a month. Like the thousands of other graduating seniors that will walk in May, I’m feeling the pressure (cue Queen’s “Under Pressure.”) But there […]

todayApril 13, 2016 1

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Friday News Rundown (10-10-2014)

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 Strahan Coliseum on both December 12 and 13. Ebola is still on everyone’s mind, especially after the death of Thomas Eric Duncan from Dallas on Wednesday. Director of the Student […]

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