Lifestyle, Web Content

The Real Scoop on Coconut Oil

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor As many makeup artists will tell you, the first step to any great makeup look is good skincare. For some of us, this takes a little more work than others, and so hearing reports of a wonder-product that can do it all with drastic results can be really exciting. […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

How to Purge Your Social Media

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor It’s a brave new world we live in, at the height of global capitalism and interconnectedness, where we can completely customize our every last experience. With the power of Amazon and online shopping, we have almost infinite options for what to wear, or how to decorate. With the power […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Cat Crew Breaks Down UTSA

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter On Wednesday, September 20th, the Bobcat Radio “Cat Crew” broke down this Saturday’s matchup against the UTSA Roadrunners. The crew started out with recapping the Appalachian State game last Saturday (2:37) and how much of a heart break a 98 yard drive to tie a game was for fans of […]

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Music, Reviews

Ducktails: Jersey Devil Review

By Giovanni Villalta Music Journalist Artist: Ducktails Album: Jersey Devil Release Date: September 15, 2017 Label: Self-Released Matt Mondanile, the former lead guitarist of Real Estate, returns to the hypnagogic pop scene with his solo project’s new album Jersey Devil. Though Ducktails does not necessarily delve into any new territory that hasn’t already been explored […]

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Features, Music

Let’s Talk About Nu-Metal

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist Every music listener has a certain genre of music to which they pay gratitude as a catalyst for their life-long love of the art form. If you ask any fan of music who was born in the early to mid-90’s about their musical origins, a good portion of them might […]

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Food, Web Content

A Freshmen Guide: Food You Can Walk To

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor  If you are one of those lucky souls taking their first steps (or ascending their first flight of stairs) on the Texas State campus this semester, you will soon find that meal swipes and dining halls can get old very quickly. Every college freshman deserves a little variety in […]

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Events

KTSW and Buzzmill Present: Harvest Live

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor KTSW and Buzzmill have joined forces once more for an exciting new autumn concert series: Harvest Live! Following on the tail of this summer’s Hot Starry Nights series, Harvest Live will feature local and up-and-coming artists as well as local vendors. The first concert will take place Sept. 23, […]

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Web Content

KTSW’s Champs of the Month

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Here at KTSW, we have a monthly, rambunctious meeting where each and every member apart of the station gets to be all in the same room. Chaotic? Yes, but only in the cool, college radio fashion. At the beginning of each meeting, the executives award a staffer with the […]

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Food, San Maximum, Web Content

San Maximum: Herbert’s Taco Hut

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Herbert’s Taco Hut is a San Marcos Mexican-cuisine favorite. Locals and tourists flock to this little restaurant every day to eat their food. I ate at Herbert’s for the first time last week and was absolutely blown away by how enjoyable my experience was. Here’s why Herbert’s Taco […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

How to Combat Jealousy in a Relationship

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When in a relationship, we cling on tightly to the person we love. Whether it is just weeks, months, or years into the partnership we all tend to feel possessive over our significant other. In fact, many (if not all of us) have heard quotes such as “what is […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Bobcat Radio Welcomes Sean Pendergast of Triple Threat

By Adam Byerly Sports Reporter The Monday crew discusses Texas State Football’s first game against Colorado. They are joined by Sean Pendergast of The Triple Threat on Sportsradio 610 in Houston to talk Houston sports.The crew talks with the Texas State volleyball team and their winning ways. They also talk about Texas State soccer as […]

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Music, Reviews

Processions: Blush Review

By Lindsey Petterson Music Journalist Artist: Processions Album: Blush Release Date: June 18, 2017 Website: https://processsions.bandcamp.com/releases Texas shoegaze is thriving right now. The scene is packed with unique bands like Glare, Glaze, Walking Misery, Grivo and Processions. Seeing these passionate bands perform is a wild experience that will leave you feeling fuzzy and full. If the […]

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Music, Reviews

The Junction: City Nights Review

By David Orozco Music Journalist Artist: The Junction Album: City Nights Release Date: May 15, 2017 Label: Self Released The Junction is an indie rock band formed in Brampton, Ontario, Canada in the year 2000. Originally signed to Universal Music, the band split from the label in 2006 and have been releasing music through their […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

Bringin’ the Oldies Back at Blue Starlite

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor Do you ever wish you had a time machine and could go back to when times were simpler? When there were Polaroids, music was played on turntables and diners were the go-to place for hangouts? Lucky for you, the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In makes you feel as if […]

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Interviews, Other Side Drive

Fair City Fire Heat up Other Side Drive

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer   Other Side Drive had the honor of interviewing the guys from Fair City Fire. The guys came down from Austin to talk with hosts, Rebecca and Christian, about their recent music and the ongoing tour they are currently doing. Fair City Fire will be performing with […]

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News

San Marcos Remembers

By Aaron J. Derton News Director Firefighters, police and public servants gathered at San Marcos City Hall today to commemorate the events of Sept. 11, 2001. Citizens gathered as police dispatcher Karen Zavala sang the national anthem. Men and women wearing the uniform of San Marcos Fire and Police Departments stood at attention, saluting the […]

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Football - Texas State, Sports

The Buffaloes Buff Out The Bobcats

By Parker Rhea Sports Director The Bobcats get shut down by Colorado in a 37 to 3 loss. The biggest offensive play from the Bobcats came early in the in the form of an Anthony 55 yard run. Taylor finished 66 yards on eight carries. The only other bright spot for the bobcats on offense […]

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