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Your Brain on Music

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Contributor From jazz, rap, rock to even country, everyone likes different types of music, but music is not anything more than what scientists have called “organized sounds.” These sounds have an enormous effect on our brains. Music releases a hormone called dopamine, a neurotransmitter which controls how we feel pleasure. Studies have also compared our use of music to the use of drugs, specifically cocaine, stating […]

todayJuly 1, 2020 77

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The Science Behind Meditation

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Contributor Nearly everyone has experienced some type of anxiety or stress in their life. To control some of these feelings, many people have taken to meditation, but how does it work? Meditation comes from mindfulness, a collection of processes that bring awareness to the present, and there are many different ways to meditate. These include guided meditation and simply sitting in silence focusing your breathing. According […]

todayJune 23, 2020 21

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The Stigma of Bioethics

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor My freshman year of high school, I was introduced to the topic of bioethics. We were covering a unit that talked about Dolly the sheep. For those who are not familiar, Dolly is the first mammal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell successfully. If you’re not a biology expert like me, you might want to hear how they did it in layman’s […]

todayMay 13, 2017 31


Women in Science and Engineering – Not Just for Females  

By Morgan Burrell News Reporter An organization on campus known as WISE, which stands for Women in Science and Engineering, met on Tuesday to further discuss the group's annual conference that will take place in April. The WISE group is a collection of alumni, graduate students and faculty members that have experience in the fields of science, technology, education and mathematics. While the title of the organization makes it seem […]

todayFebruary 7, 2017 7


TXST Biology Professor Highlights Importance of Water Found on Mars

Nathalie Cohetero News Reporter Although signs of ancient rivers and lakes on Mars have been found before, NASA’s recently discovered sign is substantially different because it proves that this is water that potentially exists right now. The importance of water being discovered on Mars comes down to the potential of the water being studied and evaluated. Department of Biology Regents Professor, Robert McLean, explains the importance of water. “The biggest thing […]

todayOctober 1, 2015 19


Newscast: Engineering and Science Building

Texas State University is waiting for a decision by the Texas Legislature concerning funding for the proposed Engineering and Science Building. The University has submitted a funding request for $83 million dollars and expects a decision sometime in May. The building is being planned in response to the overwhelming number of applications to the new Engineering Program, which is already outgrowing its space in the Mitte Building. University Vice President, […]

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