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Student Organization of the Month: Fashion Merchandising Association

By Sarah Lins Community Relations Staff Member For the month of March, the KTSW Community Relations department has chosen Texas State’s Fashion Merchandising Association to be the student organization of the month. This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lexi Bauerle, who is the president of the Fashion Merchandising Association here at Texas State. Bauerle is in charge of leading weekly meetings and assisting in all the events that […]

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On a wooden table sits a piece of grid paper with handwritten text and small pen drawings atop a black folder and a multicolored spiral planner with wildflowers and butterflies on the cover. The planner cover reads 2021-2022. To the right of the planner is a black pen, a yellow Sharpie highlighter and pink and blue marker pens. On top of the grid paper is a black marker and an orange marker pen. In the top right corner is the edge of an opaque black water bottle.


Helpful Tools to Keep Track of Class Assignments

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Classes have started up again and for some of us, they are kicking our behinds. Most of us know what it’s like to miss a due date because we have trouble remembering all of our assigned work. Surely something is bound to slip through the cracks. Perhaps you have experienced so much stress to keep track of deadlines that you end up compromising your […]

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Six Apps Every College Student Needs

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor With the new year and spring semester underway, our minds are filled with everything from getting ahead on our New Year’s resolutions, to finding a date by Valentine’s Day, to “When is the course drop deadline again?” The last things we want to think about are impending exams and due dates. Didn’t they say college was supposed to be fun? Take a look at […]

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Organization of the Month: Texas State Sirens

By Katie Krupinski Community Relations Assistant Director/Community Outreach Coordinator The organization of the month I chose to write about is Texas State Sirens, an all-inclusive unity of women organization that was established this fall.  Texas State Sirens is a women empowerment organization devoted to supporting women by other women. It's mission is to help collegiate women with the pressures and struggles that are embodied within campus culture; moreover, its goal […]

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B2SB: Study Resources and Help for Texas State Students

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor SLAC (Student Learning Assistance Center) One of the biggest mistakes incoming freshmen can make is believing college will be like high school and they can get by without any studying and tutoring. But for many new students, college courses can be a rude awakening and students soon learn that they’ll need to seek help if they're struggling in a class. Thankfully SLAC is a resource […]

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How To Be Prepared For This Semester

By Piper Blake Web Content Contributor Whether you are an incoming freshman or soon-to-be-senior, heading back to classes after a long break isn’t always a great time. Now that we are finally past our first two weeks of the new semester, classes are beginning to get a routine down. This also means students are becoming aware of what is expected from their teachers. Being prepared for those classes is a […]

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KTSW’s Declassified​ Freshman Year Survival Guide

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor Congratulations! If you are reading this, then you have survived the grueling public/private school experience. You have finger-painted, learned your multiplication tables, colored inside the lines and suffered through the prepubescent stages of life. Now, you are here--college. Don’t worry, college isn’t an entrance to the underworld or something else you may have read in the Percy Jackson series; you are not going to […]

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One Day at a Time

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Feeling quite tired and it’s only 3PM? Trying to eat right but also keep up with paying utilities on time, and pretending to love math just so you trick yourself into wanting to study? I share a lot of this pain with you but I’m here to tell you we’re going to get through it, one deep breath at a time. Not only am I […]

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Organization Hacks

Chelsea Moran Blog Content Contributor So if you’re anything like me, staying organized can be a major struggle. I always feel like organizing everything to a Pinterest worthy standard takes too much time that I don’t have, but I recently discovered the exact opposite to be true. Having a proper place for each specific item saves me time because I’m not running around my apartment in search of it and […]

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