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Students Find Benefit of Online Learning

By Sarah Grunau News Reporter According to recent studies, students pursuing higher education are experiencing mental health and academic challenges after a year in educational solitude. However, students from Texas State University have reported positive outcomes of their experiences with online learning. This fall, colleges and universities around the US have been returning to in-person classes and campus events while continuing to navigate COVID safety protocols. Not only has the […]

todayDecember 19, 2021 30

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Diwali: The Festival of Lights

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor May the light of Diwali remind us that from darkness there is knowledge, wisdom, and truth. From division, unity. From despair, hope. To Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists celebrating in America and around the world — from the People’s House to yours, happy Diwali. - President Joe Biden  Diwali, or Deepavali, is one of the biggest Indian holidays of the year. Otherwise known as […]

todayNovember 11, 2021 83 3

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A Need for More Native Greenery

By Jordan Young News Reporter Texas State and San Marcos have beautiful nature surrounding them for the community and tourists to enjoy. From Sewell Park to Purgatory creek, San Marcos has something for everyone to enjoy outdoors. Therefore, as a community protecting these outdoor areas and the wildlife that inhabits them is imperative. Texas State is embarking on many construction projects across campus, analogous to the construction projects across Texas due […]

todayOctober 8, 2021 37 4

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Events

The 5th Annual Fall River Cleanup

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Many volunteers came together Saturday morning to take part in the Fifth Annual Fall River Clean-Up that expanded throughout the San Marcos River watershed. The San Marcos River is one of the most iconic attractions of San Marcos, as it provides many opportunities for fun through kayaking, tubing and more. For the river to keep being a central spot for our community, the river […]

todayOctober 5, 2021 187 1

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Resident Assistants Remain Concerned about COVID-19

By Jordan Young News Reporter As Coronavirus numbers across the state continue to fall from the record-breaking surge, Texas surpassed the harrowing number of 60,000 Covid related deaths. A grim reminder of how deadly the virus is and why communities, such as Texas State, should continue to be vigilant. However, many feel that the Department of Housing and Residential Life (DHRL) and Texas State are no longer proactive on covid. […]

todaySeptember 22, 2021 138 1 16

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TSDB News: Episode 3

By Tiger Shi & Devon BatesNews Director & News Reporter In this final episode of TSDB News, Tiger Shi and Devon Bates talks about the FDA awaiting to fully approve the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, tragic news of a UT Austin football player, a proposed ordinance for the City of San Marcos and Bobcat CARES funding for summer 2021! Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.

todayMay 16, 2021 12

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TSDB News: Episode 2

By Tiger Shi & Devon BatesNews Director & News Reporter In this episode of TSDB News, Tiger and Devon discuss the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, Governor Abbott’s encouragement of participating in a sales tax holiday weekend, San Marcos Fire Department members’ awards and Pfizer vaccines being made available on-campus. Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.

todayApril 25, 2021 14

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Football - Texas State

Texas State defensive back Khambrail Winters killed in San Marcos shooting

By KTSW Sports Staff@KTSWSports Texas State defensive back Khambrail Winters, 20, was killed in a shooting at The Lodge apartments in San Marcos Tuesday night. Enalisa Briana Blackman and Michael Tyreek Ifeanacho are charged with the capital murder of Winters. Blackman and Ifeanacho are being held in Hays County Jail. San Marcos police are searching for the identities of other possible suspects or witnesses of the shooting. Winters’ death is […]

todayNovember 25, 2020 16 1

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Lifestyle

What It Means to be a Digital Activist

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager First things first: don’t let anyone put you down for using your voice through social media. Ever. I’ve been told (either directly, or it's been implied) that online platforms are not an ideal space to challenge others when it comes to matters of social justice. Yes, there occasionally comes a time when arguing with family or friends on Facebook eventually renders itself a lost […]

todayJune 25, 2020 20

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