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Not like the movies: Understanding Greek Life at TXST

 By Syndey Seidel Blog Content Contributor The portrayal of Greek life in film is something that has been enjoyed by pretty much everyone. From Sydney White getting ridiculously hazed by her house president to Legally Blonde painting all sorority girls as being blonde, ditzy and rich. Today’s culture has created a stereotype for Greek life among college campuses. In the movies, some of the many patterns that can be noticed […]

todayOctober 4, 2023 68 1

Texas State recruits new Greek members in the quad


Texas State Greek Life Gets Back on Their Feet

By Ashley Bowerman News Reporter Greek life is operating differently this fall after the new policies made by Texas State President Denise Trauth. In November of 2017 the University suspended all Greek life following the death of 20-year-old Phi Kappa Psi pledge Matthew Ellis. Ellis was the fourth fraternity pledge to die at in the nation last year. Trauth demanded a thorough review of the Greek Affairs system. The new […]

todaySeptember 28, 2018 215


The Benefits of Getting Involved

By Alisa Pierce Assistant Web Content Manager My first year at Texas State was plagued by anxiety. Texas State's student populace was larger than my hometown population by a wide margin, and I had no idea how to cope with moving into such an enormous environment. I was used to small town life, which was just as stereotypical as one might imagine. It meant knowing most of my classmates since […]

todayJanuary 24, 2017 141


The Good Greek: An Interview with KTSW’s Sales Manager

By Hannah Bennett Promotions Director   Hunter Stewart is the money man of the office; definitely one to celebrate on a day like today. Stewart has spent the last six months as KTSW's Sales Manager, and will soon be stepping forward as graduation approaches this December. Aside from KTSW, Stewart holds responsibility and heart elsewhere as a brother of Texas State University's chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. Stewart has been […]

todayNovember 19, 2016 71

February was Black History Month

In the Public Interest

Black History Month

  (Originally aired in February) This In the Public Interest segment is a Black History Month themed show and we had three KTSW News reporters on it. Jacquelyn Carter investigated whether or not people in Greek Life thought there was a racial divide within their organizations. Reynaldo Leanos Jr. attended the grand reopening of the Calaboose African American museum in San Marcos. Marques Mingo looked into how the San Marcos […]

todayApril 16, 2015 119

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Texas State University Greek Organization Hosts Racially Diverse Event

By DaLyah Jones KTSW News Texas State University is a pretty diverse campus, but many people still feel a lack of racial unity within the campus community and Greek organizations; a few on campus are working together to fix that. The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated hosted their nontraditional stroll-off last night in the LBJ Student Center Ballroom and collaborated with the Panhellenic Council at Texas State University […]

todayMarch 25, 2015 9

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Can Breaking Greek Life Rituals End Sexual Assaults on College Campuses?

By Trevor Frank KTSW News The long standing issue of college sexual assaults has recently made headlines and brought awareness to students and college campuses across the country, which is causing some students to question certain traditions within their own school. Some female students are wondering if breaking the ritual of fraternity hosted parties could serve as a form of sexual assault prevention. Recently, the New York Times ran an article […]

todayMarch 24, 2015 58

Bobcat Build 2014

In the Public Interest

Giving Back to the Community

Hosts - Reynaldo Leanos Jr. and Megan Jo News Director - Hannah Cramer Stories by: Sierra King, Marissa Castro, Chelsea Thompson and Julie Darner This episode of In the Public Interest covers community service and volunteerism around the San Marcos area. The first story covers Bobcat Build and encourages listeners to volunteer for the upcoming event. Our second story confronts the stereotypes associated with Greek Life and explains that they are […]

todayMarch 27, 2014 63

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