By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Recently, I decided to watch “Eat Pray Love” for the first time in my life and it raised some serious questions about my future career and life plans. I went into this film thinking, “This … Continue reading The Heart of a Wanderer
By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager It’s Shakespeare like you’ve never seen before. Texas State’s “Measure for Measure,” which runs from Feb. 11 through Feb. 16 in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre, is a modern twist on the Shakespearean classic — … Continue reading “Measure for Measure” Review
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager So, Netflix recently released the first season of Sex Education early 2019 and it immediately left an impact on its viewers. The second season is just as uncomfortably raw (pun-intended) as the first, but … Continue reading Sex Education Review
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager New Year’s resolutions suck. That’s just a fact that every person who tries to commit to a resolution sooner or later figures out. I personally hate resolutions due to the pressure that they put … Continue reading New Year's Resolutions Suck
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Since this semester began, I have set the goal of living a healthier and happier college life. College can be hard when it comes to staying healthy due to minimal healthy food options and … Continue reading 5 Ways to Stay Fit and Healthy During the School Year
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Spooky season is here– and that means Mala Luna is too! The two-day concert event will be taking place this week in San Antonio, Texas, on Oct. 26 and 27 at the Nelson Wolff … Continue reading Mala Luna is Here!
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager The School of Mass Communication and Journalism (SJMC) is one of the largest schools within Texas State with a wide array of majors students can choose from. These majors include public relations, journalism, advertising … Continue reading Mass Comm Week: Digital Media Alumni Share Career Experiences
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Caroline Janes is one of KTSW’s many on-air DJs. Not only does she work for the programming department, she is also a music assistant director and has worked with Other Side Drive and the … Continue reading Meet the Staff: Caroline Janes
By Lauren Jurgemeyer and Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager & Assistant Web Content Manager Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead opens at Texas State in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre on Oct. 1 and runs through Oct. 6. Stoppard’s play … Continue reading Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead: Review
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager VSCO is an app for Apple and Android users that allows you to edit photos with presets and create your own filters. The app is user friendly and for photographers who know Lightroom, you … Continue reading Are You a VSCO Girl?
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Everyone knows about how hard it is to keep up long distance relationships in college but what about keeping up relationships in college? This isn’t just about keeping your connection with your significant other. … Continue reading Keep in Touch
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor With the premiere of season eight of “Game of Thrones” and the recent release of “Avengers: Endgame,” I have been dodging spoilers all over social media. Whether it’s flat out details that you catch by … Continue reading How to Avoid Spoilers
By Piper Blake Web Content Contributor Have you ever taken a personality test to determine what kind of person you are? I have taken many of these kinds of tests for fun. Some of them are funny, like, “Which Disney … Continue reading The “Big 5” Personality Test: Who Are You Really?
By Piper Blake Web Content Contributor Its that time of year again! Music festivals are setting the stage for great performances all summer long. It’s hard as college students on tight budgets to travel to big festivals like Coachella and … Continue reading Music Festivals to Attend in the Upcoming Season in Texas
By Piper Blake Web Content Contributor As the semester is coming to an end, the stress of grades and finals will begin to catch up with all of us. A great way to relieve some of that anxiety is to … Continue reading Movies to Get You Through the Semester
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor The song “In the Year 2525” by Zager and Evans was released in 1968. I recently came across this song and it got me thinking about how they came up with these ideas of the … Continue reading Can a Song Predict the Future?
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor I have recently reconnected with a friend who I met last semester and she has been experiencing the same struggles I have while being in college. She texted me that she has been struggling to … Continue reading You Are Not Alone
By Piper Blake Web Content Contributor March is National Women’s History Month and I want to show appreciation for the most influential woman in my life. Not everyone has the closest relationship with their mom, but for me I can … Continue reading My Mother, My Savior
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor If you are a chronic coffee lover or bookish teenaged girl, you might love Gilmore Girls as much as I do. Even though I watched and enjoyed the episodes of Gilmore Girls that played on television … Continue reading My Undying Love for Gilmore Girls
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor February is upon us and with it brings the start of Black History Month. Throughout this month, there are campus events planned that help promote the celebration of the African-American community. As a Caucasian woman … Continue reading What Black History Should Represent to Today’s Youth