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Sustainability Efforts at Texas State

By Amaya Lewis Culture Assistant Seeing as Earth Day is happening on April 22 this week, it feels like the perfect time to shed light on the importance of ensuring our beautiful planet stays protected for it to thrive long after us. Pollution and deforestation have been among the leading causes of our planet experiencing long-term consequences, such as damaging effects on animals, crops, the ozone and the global climate. […]

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KTSW Loves: Black Student Alliance

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor  The Black Student Alliance is an organization at Texas State University focused on welcoming and supporting incoming black students. The organization has contributed to the growing diversity and inclusion initiatives on campus and is dedicated to monitoring and spreading knowledge on a variety of issues.   I was able to interview Vice President Vanessa Thibodeaux to discuss the Black Student Alliance and how it has been […]

todayAugust 28, 2020 36

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B2SB: Joining Organizations

By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor When you are just entering college, one of the questions that may come up is whether or not you should join a student organization. At least for me, this was the case. So, what are the benefits of joining a student organization? Well, here are just a few to think about when deciding if it is fit for you: Networking Opportunities: Have you ever heard […]

todayAugust 19, 2020 5

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Growing with College Radio

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor It was the beginning of my senior year of high school when I was accepted into Texas State University. I was so psyched when I got my acceptance letter in the mail, and I immediately started looking into all of the clubs and organizations the school had to offer. I was interested in organizations like the Quidditch team, Feminists United and The University Star. […]

todayOctober 6, 2017 10


The Comedy Association Makes Their KTSW Debut

By David Wheat Other Side Drive Host The Comedy Association at Texas State University is a club with a history dating all the way back to 2015. They aim to bring comedy enthusiasts together to perfect their craft. Throughout history there are moments of greatness, then there’s these guys. The Comedy Association was founded by Garret Buss in April 2015. Buss founded the organization during his freshman year at Texas […]

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How Equality University Enhanced My College Experience

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor When you get to college, most people will tell you that you need to join clubs on campus to get the real university experience. That could mean Greek life, finding a church group or a fashion club. You’ve probably thought about it, but didn’t know where to begin. I’ve been able to learn so much within one semester after I searched Texas State University’s website for a […]

todayFebruary 10, 2017 12

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Finding Your Community on Campus

By Alexanrda Cochran Blog Content Contributor When you get to college, most people will tell you that you need to join clubs on campus to get a real college experience. For you that means Greek life, to others it could mean a church or fashion group. You've probably thought about it but didn't know where to begin. I've been able to learn so much within one semester because I simply […]

todayFebruary 7, 2017 7

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The Benefits of Getting Involved

By Alisa Pierce Assistant Web Content Manager My first year at Texas State was plagued by anxiety. Texas State's student populace was larger than my hometown population by a wide margin, and I had no idea how to cope with moving into such an enormous environment. I was used to small town life, which was just as stereotypical as one might imagine. It meant knowing most of my classmates since […]

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Surviving the Quad: A Guide for Students with Anxiety

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The number of students that have anxiety or nervous disorders is a lot higher than most people think. In a study conducted by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, they found that forty million U.S. adults suffer from anxiety disorders, and 75 percent of them experience their first anxiety attack or episode by the time they’re 22. This means that the majority of those […]

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