Web Content

To Code or Not to Code

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Have you ever found yourself thinking about what it took to build the websites you visit on a regular basis? How about those apps that help you make it throughout the day? Maybe my love for technology drove my interest in learning how they come to be. So once […]

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Food, Web Content

A Freshmen Guide: Food You Can Walk To

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor  If you are one of those lucky souls taking their first steps (or ascending their first flight of stairs) on the Texas State campus this semester, you will soon find that meal swipes and dining halls can get old very quickly. Every college freshman deserves a little variety in […]

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News

Texas State Topics at Debate Night

By Aaron J. Derton News Director SAN MARCOS — Candidates for city council gathered to engage in civil, substantive debate Thursday night. Incumbent Council members Ed Mihalkanin, Place Three, and Jane Hughson, Place Four, faced off against small business owner, Amy Stanfield, and property rights activist, Joshua Simpson, respectively. Mr. Simpson, 24, graduated from Texas […]

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Web Content

Support Your Friends: It Helps The Progress

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Everyone is pretty much guilty of supporting celebrities that we do not know on a personal level. We go out and purchase their albums, support their clothing lines, or whatever the case may be because we feel it is our duty as fans to do so. What about our […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

An Ode to My People

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor My peeps. The homies. They are the ones that live in my heart. I have been blessed enough to be cloaked in a sheet of nothing but love and support from the people closest to me. My family is large, broken and glued back together in different ways, but […]

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Web Content

Hurricane Harvey Meets San Marcos

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Hurricane Harvey has been on the prowl with San Marcos just one of the many cities being affected by its wrath. We are currently under a tropical storm warning as well as flash flood warnings. The rain has been consistent all weekend and the wind has already knocked […]

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Back to School Broadcast, Events

Tailgate Season at Texas State

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor While we wait for football season to grace us with its presence again, you can checkout the 2017 Texas State football schedule here. It is still a while away, but it will be here before we know it. Go ahead and get yourself a new pair of boots, plenty of cute outfits, […]

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Back to School Broadcast, Web Content

Will You Stick to Your Degree Plan?

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor  Something to consider before starting school this August is to meet with an academic advisor. I know some of you might think you are a junior, but there is a possibility you are still considered a sophomore. I am sure even though no one truly wants to leave San […]

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Back to School Broadcast, Events

Make Your New Space Home

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Many of us are college students, just calling San Marcos home for a relatively short period of time. Although this time at university is so defining to us as young adults, it can seem to blend into a montage of sleepless nights, sleep-filled days, and countless memories with unique […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Summer Bobcat Radio Goes Out in Blazing Glory

By Reily Chestnut Assistant Sports Director Bobcat Radio crew Reily Chestnut, Parker Rhea and Reed Graff go into how Texas State Football is progressing in certain areas such as the defensive line with some help from D-line Coach Isaac Mooring. The guys get kicking with Texas State Soccer Head Coach Kat Conner about what to […]

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Web Content

What I Learned This Week

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor Do you ever have those times in life where you just feel God is speaking to you? The times when He is just reaching out and if you would just open yourself up to the possibilities that He presents, you could receive the greatest teachings. Last week was one […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Texas State Football Coaches Call into Bobcat Radio

By Parker Rhea Sports Director The duo of Reed Graff and Parker Rhea discuss Volleyball, Track and Field, Football, Basketball, and pro talk. The Running Back Coach for Texas State, Coach Kuhr, has some post practice comments about the state of Texas State Football. Basketball Coach Danny Kaspar calls into the show and talks about […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

TED Talk: How to Find Work You Love

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor This week I watched a TED Talk of Scott Dinsmore explaining the process of finding the work you love. In a day and age where finding work is hard, a lot of people may settle for work that they do not enjoy. I think a lot of settling has […]

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