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An cartoon style illustration of Persephone and Hades is shown. Persephone has light green skin, pink hair, and a light pink dress. Hades has grey skin, blue hair, and light grey blue toga. The two are facing each other, and Persephone has her hand on Hades’s neck. The background is a smog with greys, blacks, pink, and light yellow.


Persephone, Hades, and The Autumn Equinox

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor The Autumn Equinox is approaching on Sept. 22nd. This day is known as the start of fall, but it was symbolic of many things in the past. The Autumn Equinox was commonly used to celebrate the summer’s harvest as seen in harvest festivals in Great Britain, the Moon festival in many East and Southeast Asian countries, Mabon in Neopagan practices, and more. However, other […]

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When it Finally Comes Time to Talk to Someone

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager September is recognized as Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. During the month, mental health advocates work to raise awareness by bringing discussions of mental health into focus. Over the course of the past few years, talking about mental health has become less taboo through the rise in social media campaigns, testimonies and it is even reflected in much of today’s art. Though despite […]

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September Favs: Music, Media & More

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor When planning what to write about this week, a few topics came to mind that all had an equal amount of importance and timeliness, so I thought, why not talk about them all? Here are three things I’ve been loving this September! Game: "Among Us" This game is more than just a “fav,” it has become an obsession. “Among Us” is a video game that […]

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Hispanic Heritage Events at Texas State

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor  September is Hispanic Heritage Month and Texas State will be hosting a series of events and workshops that are great opportunities to learn more about Hispanic mental health, artistry, migration, and complex identity mislabels. The previous topics will be presented by reputable and diverse guest speakers such as activist and artist Maximo Anguiano and from our own College of Education, Dr. Laura Rendon. The workshops […]

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September Movie Guide

By Andrew Nogay Web Content Contributor Along with January, February, and August, September is commonly known as a “dump month” for movies. Most people’s summer's end by September, and people are too preoccupied with school or jobs to go to the theaters en masse. It comes too late for summer blockbusters to be released, and too early for movies that want to garner Oscar attention. Because of that odd in-between, […]

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