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Two emoji police officers one a woman one a man, with yellow skin on a black background with the words to de-fund or abolish in between them


The Difference Between Defunding and Abolishing the Police

By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor The U.S. law system has many critics. Many of these critics believe that the system of police officers and various forms of prisons, jails, detention camps, etc. are dishonorable and are in dire need of reform. Not everyone wants reform. Some are fighting to abolish the whole system. Since the murder of George Floyd, a magnitude of citizens has protested for police defunding and reform. […]

todayJune 17, 2020 220

A group of protesters holding their arms and hands up


The Power of Protest

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager “Power to the people.” What does that mean to you? Protesting is a powerful tool at your discretion: all you have to do is show up. I understand that protesting isn’t for everybody, especially right now. We are— despite what some people are saying or doing— amid a global pandemic. Some people hate big crowds and others just don’t know how to feel about […]

todayJune 14, 2020 80

Picture of the capital during the march, June 7th


Three Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Protest

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor On Sunday, I attended the Austin Rally & March For Black Lives. The experience was transformative not just for me personally, but for Texas as a whole to have so many come out in support against police brutality. Let the march not end here. The Black Lives Matter movement is a part of a bigger, more important change within our nation. I’m not here to […]

todayJune 13, 2020 1151

Signs that are anti-pipeline such as clean energy now are placed along the Wimberley Community Center


Kinder Morgan Holds Open House in Wimberley

By Emily Martin and Will Wadsworth News Director and Assistant News Director Energy Infrastructure company Kinder Morgan is making its case for a proposed natural gas pipeline through the Texas Hill Country after the company held the first of several open houses last night in Wimberley. The company scheduled four open houses across Central Texas in total, including two here in Hays County, and Kinder Morgan’s Vice President of Public […]

todayFebruary 13, 2019 55


Students Demand the Resignation of Texas State Student Body President

By Camelia Juarez Assistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas--Texas State students called for the resignation of Student Body President Connor Clegg after discovering what critics call racist posts on social media. A protest and public forum were held Monday evening. The protest met at the Fighting Stallions statue on Texas State Campus, then minority student groups, such as SCOPE and PAAC, led the crowd to the LBJ Teaching Theater where […]

todayFebruary 8, 2018 46


Music in the Trump Era

By Alana Riddle Music Journalist Politics has always served as a driving force behind the music that comes to define an era. The U.S. is currently experiencing a time of political and social unrest. Before elected president, Donald Trump caused massive controversy with how he publicly addressed Latin American immigrants, women, and people with disabilities. Since taking office on January 20, 2017, President Trump has continued to fuel conflict both […]

todayOctober 3, 2017 18



By Madison Tyson Multimedia Senior Content Producer These photos are a documentation of the protests on January 20, 2017 at the One Resistance protest on inauguration night from 5-8 pm at Auditorium Shores, and January 21, 2017 at the Women’s March at the Texas capitol from 12-3 pm. They are photos of intriguing, creative, and powerful signs and of people I met along the way that show the struggle of the […]

todayMarch 2, 2017 42


Effects of New Administration’s Travel Ban Resonate Close to Home

By Denver Donchez News Reporter President Trump’s executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries has been one of the most polarizing and publicized events of the new administration. The order, which temporarily banned refugees and immigrants from these seven countries from entering the United States, was intended by the administration to go into effect immediately, however officials in charge of implementing the order were not fully briefed until it had already taken […]

todayFebruary 15, 2017 15


LBGTQ Activists Rally at Texas State Capitol

By Mark Otte News Reporter Thousands of LBGTQ activists gathered at the Texas State Capitol last Friday night to voice their concerns about President Trump and legislation proposed by Texas lawmakers currently in session. After gathering early in the evening at Auditorium Shores in downtown Austin, the group marched up Congress Avenue as police closed cross streets as the demonstration passed by. Once at the Capitol steps, leaders from the […]

todayJanuary 28, 2017 36

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