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Texas State Continues to Provide Bobcat Cares Emergency Funding Assistance in Spring 2022

By Rasika Gasti News Reporter   Texas State University is opening applications on Jan. 18 for students enrolled in the spring 2022 semester to apply for Bobcat Cares COVID-19 Relief Funding.    The university is distributing $6.5 million through the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) to eligible students who are dealing with financial insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.    However, this federally funded assistance is not guaranteed […]

todayJanuary 14, 2022 189 2

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Strategies to Make Internship Season Painless

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager   It is that time of year again: internship season. The time where college students finally update their resumes, cave into writing cover letters and learn how to market their skills to employers.    While searching for internships can be an exciting process, it can also be exhausting. So here are a few strategies that have made my internship search significantly less painful.  […]

todayJanuary 11, 2022 16 2

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Gut Health: What it is and Why it Matters

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager According to Google Trends, searches regarding gut health quadrupled over the past five years. While many folks grapple with ever-evolving diet trends, the focus has started to shift towards diets that heal the body. To understand why so many people are researching how to heal their gut, a good understanding of what the gut does is crucial. The gut consists of various vital […]

todaySeptember 14, 2021 48

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UPD’s 2020 Clery Report Shows Increase in Reported Crime at Texas State University

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager Texas State University students feel unsafe on the San Marcos campus after the University Police Department’s (UPD) 2020 Clery report revealed that crime rates have gone up significantly since 2017. The Clery Act is a federal law designed to ensure that universities are fostering campus safety. Some crimes listed under the Clery Act include rape, burglary and aggravated assault. The act requires universities to […]

todayApril 25, 2021 234

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COVID-19, no vaccine and college campuses: is reopening the safest thing colleges can do?

By Sam Searles KTSW Guest Writer The presence of COVID-19, shuttering of campuses and online coursework in March through May have led to the question on every college student’s mind: when is it safe to return to campus? With the thought of college campuses beginning to reopen come the fall semester, the Center for Disease Control released their updated considerations on how institutions of higher learning should move forward for […]

todayJune 20, 2020 7

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Time Management Combats Stress

By Shannon Sampson News Reporter According to the Journal of Counseling and Development, college students are expected to undergo high levels of stress. Managing time, along with personal finances, is correlated with the stress that college students feel. One of the top stressors amongst students is time management, especially with students who are also employed, and keeping up with school work is stressful without also worrying about bills. Finding the […]

todayNovember 8, 2017 5

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The Ingredients of a Good Group

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor This semester, I knew I was going to have two groups in two different classes. I was a bit nervous because group projects are always a risk. Sometimes the people click and it’s smooth sailing throughout the project and other times, it’s like pulling teeth-- long and painful. I was lucky enough to have both groups work together to get our complete our projects. […]

todayApril 14, 2017 7

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A Special Show for Local Students

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor On Friday Feb. 17, Texas State’s College of Fine Arts and Communication hosted almost 350 students of all ages from around the area to see The World According to Snoopy. The exciting songs and “light boxes” used throughout the play kept the audience engaged and undoubtedly created lasting memories for those in attendance.   The Texas State Performing Arts Center is one of top […]

todayFebruary 18, 2017 5

News

Chat With the Chief Comes to the Quad

By Allison Randel News Reporter Texas State Police Department's Chat With The Chief had its first table event of the spring semester last Wednesday. Chat With The Chief is the department's initiative to connect police officers with students, where officers and Chief Jose Bañales set up a table in the Quad and take time to talk with faculty and students on campus. Chief Bañales said Chat With The Chief is a […]

todayFebruary 8, 2017 16

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