By Jess BazalduaWeb Content Contributor When I think back to my childhood, I can vividly remember the realistic magic, the epic fantasy tales and the blatant heterosexual couples that would get together by the end of every story. These TV … Continue reading The Victories of LGBTQ Shows for Kids
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Men never stay in my life long. They come and go as much as the weather changes in Texas. I just wish that before they left, they could’ve told me why I wasn’t worthy of … Continue reading To Those Who Couldn’t Stay
By Timia Cobb Web Content contributor Love and relationships, they seem so bittersweet. Thousands of us long for the comfort and happiness of finding someone who’s finally ours. However, in the long dreary quest of finding that perfect someone, we … Continue reading Advice from Timia: Are They Leading You On?
By Chelyse Prevost Web Content Contributor It’s that time of year again. High blood sugar is in the air, and all of our public spaces are saturated in heart-shaped everything. Everyone’s coordinating pink and red as if the two don’t … Continue reading Sappy Valentine’s Day
By Angela PhillipsMusic Journalist Artist: BeabadoobeeAlbum: Patched Up & LovewormRelease Date: December 7, 2018 & April 26, 2019 Beabadoobee is a bedroom pop singer/songwriter from London. Patched Up is Beabadoobee’s first album released on December 7, 2018, and Loveworm is … Continue reading Beabadoobee: Patched Up & Loveworm Album Review
By Conner YarbroughMusic Director It’s that time of year again–the time when we’re all reminded either how loved or how alone we are according to the rest of the world (if you care about that sort of thing). It’s Valentine’s … Continue reading KTSW Music Staff Picks: Love//Loss Playlist
By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor A mother is your first friend and your forever friend. A mother’s love is truly unconditional; through the process of giving birth, the needy stages as a child, the troublesome stages as a teenager … Continue reading An Open Letter to Moms
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “Everything that glitters isn’t gold.” When I experienced my first “heartbreak”, my mother made sure she gave me those words. For some reason, those words have been replaying over and over again in my … Continue reading Real Love or Toxic Lust?
By Avery Dawson Music Journalist 1. The Mamas & The Papas – Dedicated To The One I Love Starting off with a not-so-classic throwback, “Dedicated To The One I Love” draws on the yearning love in couples that are distanced … Continue reading Season of Love: A Playlist
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor For some, Valentine’s Day is a dreaded, insignificant holiday and for others, it’s the chance to show appreciation for someone special in their life. This day may take the crown of being the most … Continue reading Five Best Valentine’s Day Dates in the Austin Area
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Just in case you didn’t know, breakups suck. Whether your former partner dumps you, you dump them or the breakup is mutual, ending a relationship with someone you truly care about can be painful. … Continue reading Puppy Love
By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Baby My sweet love Open your eyes And let me in Let me see through you all the way to the back of your skull Let me see the deepest darkest curves of your … Continue reading To My Love, All My Love
By DeMornay Harper Web Content Contributor We see it all around us. Love is in our fingertips. It’s in the way we say goodnight, and the smiles strangers inspire in us on the street. It is in that overwhelmed call … Continue reading How Do You Know Love?
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. … Continue reading How to Combat Jealousy in a Relationship
By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor A few weeks ago, I became an official Ally at Texas State University. Ever since I learned about being an Ally, I knew it was something that I wanted to do. I decided that … Continue reading Gender, Sex and Sexual Orientation: Know The Difference.
By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor Love is a messy word. Let me explain. Everyone defines love in their own unique way, which means there are probably a zillion different definitions of the word. One person could describe love as … Continue reading 50/50
By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor I don’t usually read as much I would like, but after a trip to Barnes and Noble I noticed the book, Milk and Honey, that seemed to follow me all through the store. My friend suggested … Continue reading Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur: Book Review
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Some people celebrate Valentine’s Day by gazing into the eyes of their romantic partner over candlelit dinners. Others are annoyed by any mention of the “made-up” holiday. But whatever your situation is, it is the perfect … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Movies for Everyone
By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor In very controversial times, we are faced with a division of views on what is right and wrong. But love will always win and has won within the Boy Scout community. On Jan. 30, 2017, the … Continue reading Boy Scouts of America Accepts Every Boy
By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor There are two types of people on Valentines Day. The type that love it and go full force into it, or the type that avoid it at all costs. Personally, I feel like I usually … Continue reading Alternate Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day