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3 Inexpensive Ways to Travel Abroad

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor Going into college I had one goal (well two if I count graduating) but more than anything I wanted to study abroad. Many of us say we want to study abroad, but sometimes things we can't control get in the way like finding courses that are able to transfer, finding the right time, or financial burden. All of these are obstacles that can get in […]

todayFebruary 5, 2020 7

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Other Side Drive talks Education Abroad

By Katherine Robertson and Kyle EmmotOther Side Drive Hosts Other Side Drive hosts Katherine Robertson and Kyle Emmot were joined by Senior lecturer and co-leader of Education Abroad, John Zmickly. The Education Abroad program is going to Japan for 10-11 days and is open to any student in the School of Mass Communication and Journalism. They discussed the educational benefits of studying abroad, the different places they will go to, […]

todayNovember 5, 2019 16

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Fun Ways to Land Extra Credit Hours Outside of the Classroom

By Daniel RichterWeb Content Contributor A lot of unseen predicaments can arise during a semester that can cause you to drop a class. You could have family drama come up, you could realize that you actually don’t need a class you are taking for your major or you might realize a class/professor is just not the right match for you. Regardless of the reason, if you are trying to follow […]

todayOctober 10, 2019 7

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Other Side Drive Chats with Lisa Chrans

By Mercedes Atkinson and Riley GriffinOther Side Drive Hosts Other Side Drive hosts, Mercedes Atkinson and Riley Griffin are joined by Lisa Chrans from the National Student Exchange. The National Student Exchange is an organization on the Texas State campus that allows students to study at select schools outside of the state without paying out of state tuition. In the interview, they discuss the options students have, the process behind […]

todaySeptember 23, 2019 46

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SJMC Offers First-Time Study Abroad Opportunity to Asia

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Assistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas-- For the first time, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) is offering a summer study abroad trip to Asia. The program--that spends time in two major cities of Japan--has a rapidly approaching deadline. Senior lecturer and program director, Gilbert Martinez, spearheaded the project. Following his mother’s passing, he traveled to Japan with another study abroad program in 2016 […]

todayFebruary 28, 2019 36

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Why You Should Study Abroad

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Web Content Contributor Last week, Dr. Sandhya Rao and Harry Bowers offered prospective study abroad students an informational panel during Mass Comm Week. The panel featured four past-study abroad students: Alexandra Briggs, Keeley Rubal, Paloma Gray and Sarah Juenke. All of the panelists studied abroad with the program in summer 2018 in London, England, and Geneva, Switzerland. The panelists all offered their insights to their personal experiences […]

todayOctober 26, 2018 13


HEAT Advises on Study Abroad

By Joyana Richer News Reporter When it comes to traveling abroad there are many things to keep in mind. With the summer rolling around the corner there are some tips and tricks to making those traveling plans better and culturally friendly. Founder of the organization HEAT at Texas State University and TedxTalk speaker Ian Smith said there are many ways to become more aware of other cultures and how to […]

todayApril 28, 2018 5

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Studying Abroad is for You

By Janessa Rutiaga Assistant Web Editor I’ve never felt Hispanic, not truly. In a sense, it was like I wasn’t Hispanic enough. Growing up in the Rio Grande Valley, I always felt a little disconnected to my culture. It wasn’t until I was a freshman at Texas State that I realized how much I was connected to it, and that’s when I used it to define who I was. Going […]

todayNovember 1, 2017 6

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