Web Content

Misplaced Affection

By Dedrion Weweh Blog Content Contributor When I received my first pet, I was 18 years old with a minimal interactive upbringing involving animals. Little did I know, they also become members of the family. College facilitates pet-ownership and San Marcos is a conducive area for animal enthusiasts with a deeply embedded community. Texas State […]

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San Maximum, Web Content

Squared & Funky

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor This past Saturday, I attended Art Squared which is an event held in downtown San Marcos every second Saturday from March to December. It holds a chance for local artists to showcase their art to interested patrons.      There were a wide variety of items available for purchase. […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

Getting into the Habit of Being Productive

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Whether it be playing sports or lifting weights at the gym, I have always been an avid exerciser. However, when college came around the corner, I suddenly lost interest in all sorts of exercise routines that were once a part of my self-care routine. Living without “doing things” outside […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Head Coach Everett Withers Calls into Bobcat Radio

By Parker Rhea Sports Director   To kick off Bobcat Radio, Reily and Parker discuss Texas State Basketball and six of their seven new recruits. The guys hit on the importance of Nijal Pearson, and his increased role he will have going into next season. Texas State Head Football, Coach Everett Withers, calls in and […]

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San Maximum, Web Content

San Maximum: Texas State University Wonders

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When visiting Texas State University, there are some sights that every guide shows you right away; Old Main, Albert B. Alkek library, and the Quad are a couple of the common ones. Although each sight is beautiful, the vastness of this college campus may keep many of us from […]

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Interviews, Other Side Drive

Chill Russell Visits Other Side Drive

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer Kimberly and Matthew invite Chill Russell, an alternative rock band from Austin, into the studio to discuss their successes and future endeavors. They cover everything from the meanings behind the lyrics to why none of them are named Russell. Their unique, collaborative sound has landed them performances […]

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Events

KTSW 89.9 Promo: Underground Excellence

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Underground Excellence is a showcase for local poets, hip-hop artists and others to perform their music. Check out the Underground Excellence promo produced by Jourdan Bazley and Patrick Vande Hey here to find out why you do not want to miss out: Featured image by Lucero Trevino. 

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Web Content

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 […]

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Finding The Right Shoes for Graduation

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Okay girls, this one is for you. The most important day of our undergraduate year, or our graduation, is fast approaching for some of us. We have all worked very hard for four years to get to this point in our career, however, we are not the only ones graduating. […]

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Is Senioritis Real?

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Senioritis (n): A supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. I am in my last semester of college and I swear that senioritis is a real thing. I didn’t suffer as much from this condition […]

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News

Students Against Hate Rally Comes To Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter The Texas Freedom Network’s student chapter, Texas Rising, hosted a rally Tuesday in conjunction with GLAAD, a media monitoring organization that promotes understanding and equality for the LGBTQ+ community. Texas State students met at the stallions in the Quad and marched to The Lair to protest multiple bills currently pending in the […]

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News

Breakdown: How Texas State University uses students’ money

By Elizabeth Parrish News Reporter Where does the money go? Students may have made this joke to their friends more than once after receiving their tuition bill but many never realize there is an answer to that question. The average cost of undergraduate tuition and fees for a student taking 15 credit hours at Texas […]

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News

Connor Clegg Sworn in as New Class President

By Sean Mitchell News Reporter A new class body President and Vice President has been sworn in at Texas State. Connor Clegg and Colton Duncan were officially sworn in as student body President and Vice President of Texas State on Wednesday. The ceremony was held by the LBJ statue in the quad, where Clegg spoke […]

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Web Content

Texas State, Floods, and Classes Still in Session

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor  Many Texas State students encountered rain on their way to class early Tuesday morning. Majority of us were aware of potential thunderstorms for this week’s forecast, but were shocked when we had water a quarter of a way up our legs as we left our classes. Around 11 a.m.,the […]

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MR Fest, Web Content

What is MR Fest?

By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor MR Fest (pronounced “mister fest”) stands for “My Radio Fest,” and is essentially the biggest event put together by we the people here at KTSW every year. It’s a huge festival we put together every year that takes place during the last weekend of April here in San Marcos, […]

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News

Born Outraged: Janet Mock visits Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter “For a lot of folks, the majority of people in the (Women’s March) audience, were first time activists; it was their first political passion. They finally felt called to outrage, because they felt wronged by the election results. They were shocked by the way in which the county showed up, […]

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