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The sun shines in the background casting light over a wild plant at Purgatory Creek Natural Area.

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Six Great Nature Spots in San Marcos and Austin

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Assistant Manager The weather is finally warming up, the green is returning to the trees and summer is well on its way. This means we can finally start to enjoy time outside and soak up the sunshine. Thankfully, living in San Marcos and near Austin means there are no shortages of charming nature spots to spend the day with a group of friends or even […]

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The album cover is a close-up photo of a young girl halfway submerged in the water with her head above the surface. Her eyes are closed and she has long hair and freckles.

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Leem of Earth: Chapter Two Album Review

By Lesly MilanMusic Journalist Artist: Leem of EarthAlbum: Chapter TwoRelease Date: Feb. 8, 2019Website: https://www.leemofearth.com/ If you’re looking for the perfect music to listen to on a rainy day, Leem of Earth is sure to deliver. After releasing their first EP, Chapter One, in 2018, the Florida band recently released Chapter Two of this soon-to-be trilogy. Although the release dates are a few months apart, the incredible music makes it […]

todayMarch 13, 2019 20

Yellow fall leaves on the Window Trail at Big Bend National Park

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Finding Fall in Texas

By Kaitlyn Benacquisto Blog Content Contributor Fall means cooler temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes and changing leaves. However, in Texas, we never really get those cooler temperatures, which means our leaves don’t change. (We still drink the pumpkin spice lattes, though.) However, there are some hidden gems in Texas where the leaves do change. Here’s a guide of where to find fall leaves in the Lone Star state. Big Bend National […]

todayNovember 6, 2018 98

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Lost and Found

By Dedrion Weweh Blog Content Contributor Who knew the outdoors could be the elixir of life? I lose myself whenever I am cast into a bund of forest area. Yet I find myself again, but much more gathered and with a deeper sense of mental clarity. Mother Nature’s free gift is right in our backyards and most of the time we choose to deny her for an urban, concrete jungle. […]

todaySeptember 5, 2017 9

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Contradicting Thy Self

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Have you ever caught yourself contradicting your own self? Everyday? Unfortunately, I can relate on the highest level possible. It has gotten to the point to where I now self-identify as a walking contradiction. Before we go any further, let us get the textual definition of contradiction out of the way. Contradiction is a combination of statements, ideas, or features of a situation that […]

todayJuly 28, 2017 23

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What I Arkan”Saw”: My Trip To Arkansas

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Texas is the best place on Earth; however, sometimes it is nice to visit other places every once in awhile. Any San Martians out there wanting to go on an action filled vacation should consider going to Arkansas. After visiting one of Texas’s next door neighbors, not only have I gained an appreciation for this wilderness-filled state, but also a love for some of […]

todayMarch 29, 2017

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A Nontraditional Thanksgiving

By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor I thoroughly enjoy the Thanksgiving season. I mean sure, it's not Christmas, but it's the pre-game feast that gets you even more hyped for the most wonderful time of the year. Thanksgiving is great because you get to sit around and eat for a whole day and no one can say crap because they're doing the same thing. And while I do enjoy stuffing […]

todayDecember 2, 2016 3

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Making Friends With the Squirrels at Texas State

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Squirrels are little creatures that are very easy to find. They like to climb trees, look for nuts and occasionally bother people for food. If you love squirrels as much as me, then you would enjoy going out into the woods in hopes of encountering one for entertainment. Anyone sitting on a park bench with food out will most likely be found by a squirrel. This […]

todayAugust 4, 2016 151

Humans of San Marcos

Humans of San Marcos: Nikkye Re’Anne of Daughter of the Wild

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor Meet the lady behind Daughter of the Wild, Nikkye Re’Anne. Daggs: Did you grow up in the San Marcos area? Re'Anne: I was born in San Marcos and I have stayed close to the river growing deep routes here, but I love to travel around as well. D: When did you first start up your business and what inspired you to do so? R: […]

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