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International Men's Day

International Men’s Day: ‘The Bear’ sparks conversation on toxic masculinity and mental health

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor     *This article contains spoilers for Season One of ‘The Bear’, as well as discussions of suicide. Season One, Episode One of The Bear begins with a dream sequence. Our main character, Carmen ‘Carmy’ Berzatto, finds himself on a dark bridge in Chicago, slowly approaching a cage containing (you guessed it) a bear. Carmy moves slowly and calmly as the bear snarls from […]

todayNovember 19, 2023 53

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Wake the Dead Coffee House hosts Monthly Witches Market

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor   If you’re interested in witchcraft, you’re in luck! Wake the Dead Coffee House, San Marcos’ very own spooky coffee shop, hosts the Abracadavar Witches Market every first Saturday of the month. The market for November may have passed, but December is on its way, bringing the perfect opportunity to buy gifts for the witches in your life. Wake the Dead Coffee House, located […]

todayNovember 9, 2023 20

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Hernandez Elementary hosts 10th Annual Dia de los Muertos 5K

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor   On Saturday, Oct. 28, runners and walkers alike can join the 10th Annual Dia de los Muertos 5K Run/Walk event, hosted at Hernandez Elementary in San Marcos. This run isn’t just for adults - there will also be a Kid’s Fun Run going on at the same time, making this an event that’s fun for the whole family. The Dia de los Muertos […]

todayOctober 24, 2023 17

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“She Kills Monsters” brings D&D center stage

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor   Texas State’s very own theater department is bringing Dungeons and Dragons to the stage with their upcoming performance of “She Kills Monsters,” a play by Qui Nguyen. When asked what the play was about, director Jerry Ruiz said, “‘She Kills Monsters’ by Qui Nguyen takes place in 1994 and is about a young woman named Agnes, who starts playing Dungeons and Dragons after […]

todaySeptember 26, 2023 30

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Club Features

The D&D Guild is bringing tabletop to Texas State University

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor If you walk into the third floor of Alkek on a Thursday around 6:30 p.m., you’ll find clusters of students gathered around tables with papers scattered before them and the sound of dice ringing through the air. This is the home of Texas State’s very own D&D Guild, a club dedicated to spreading the joy of tabletop RPGs, from Dungeons and Dragons, to Pathfinder, […]

todaySeptember 13, 2023 61

A picture of the exterior of One & Only Tattoo Shop, a black building with large windows and a red door. On the perimeters of the image, there is a tree blossoming with small pink flowers.


One & Only Tattoo is more than a tattoo shop

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor One & Only Tattoo, located at 173 S. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, hopes to be the city’s one-stop tattoo shop. In addition to piercings, One & Only Tattoo currently sponsors a multitude of incredible artists, each with a unique and impressive style. A summary of their styles can be found below, but it’s also highly recommended to check out their portfolios using the link […]

todayAugust 29, 2023 531

Back to School Broadcast

B2SB: TXST’s Top 16 Most Interesting Classes of Fall 2023

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor    Let’s face it - finding fun classes to take can be overwhelming. Texas State University offers a vast multitude of unique courses, but how do you find one that fits you? This article is here to help. Below, you’ll find information on some of TXST’s most unique classes, as well as quotes from the professors teaching them, all of which are being offered […]

todayAugust 14, 2023 407

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Global Prints Returns to Texas State University

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor If you’ve ever been walking around campus during the semester, you’ve likely noticed posters being sold inside the LBJ Student Center. These posters are sold by Global Prints, a poster and print-focused company founded more than 25 years ago. After taking the summer semester off, they’re returning to Texas State University to deliver a wide selection of wall decorations that will suit any dorm […]

todayAugust 11, 2023 31

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Preserving History in San Marcos’ Dunbar Neighborhood

By Lou Wharton Blog Content Contributor On July 8, 2023, the city of San Marcos announced that they were in the process of getting the Dunbar Historic District and the Dunbar School Home Economics Building registered with the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register of Historic Places is a program that works to support public and private efforts to protect historical locations in the United States. By getting […]

todayJuly 18, 2023 73

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