Web Content

To My love, All My Love

By DeMornay Harper Web Content Contributor Baby My sweet love Open your eyes And let me in Let me see through you all the way to the back of your skull Let me see the deepest darkest curves of your wonderful I want it all But do you? Do you want to rip me open […]

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Web Content

A Letter to Myself

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor With just only a few weeks left of this semester, classes are starting to simmer down in preparation for final exams and I’ve had a little bit of time to reflect on my first semester of college. There are a lot of things I’ve learned and experienced this semester […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

Living Rich on a College Budget

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor Having expensive taste is a heavy cross to bear. I just can’t help that I feel my best when surrounded by the finer things in life. But all my heart’s deepest desires do not change my financial situation (hopelessly collegiate) and the severe case of money guilt that follows. […]

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Events, KTSW

Come Rock Your Chakras With Us

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager It is that time of the semester where school is kicking our behinds and all we really want is a break from grades, jobs and our other . If this sounds all too familiar, you can come unwind with KTSW at our free yoga event! Rock Your Chakras will […]

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News

A Conversation With the Student Body President

By Aaron J. Derton News Director In a country plagued by partisan politics, disillusion toward government and good football teams, Texas State is quite different. Not many students pay close attention to the goings-on inside the LBJ Student Center, where the Student Government President and Vice President toil away. After a bill that would have […]

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Web Content

Why Thanksgiving is My Favorite Holiday

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor Thanksgiving is coming up here in just over a week, which will give us the break that we need and deserve before finals. This is going to be my first Thanksgiving break in college and I can honestly say that I am more excited for it than I have […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

How Do You Know Love?

By DeMornay Harper Web Content Contributor We see it all around us. Love is in our fingertips. It’s in the way we say goodnight, and the smiles strangers inspire in us on the street. It is in that overwhelmed call to mom and the helping hand from a neighbor. While these days it is hard […]

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News

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, […]

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Interviews, Other Side Drive

TEDxTexas State University on Other Side Drive

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Host Seth Frye and Kristen Farris came by and talked about the execution to the TEDx event on the Texas state University campus. This year’s theme was Bridging Differences and featured speakers from all walks of life. This is an amazing event for Texas State University. Check out […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

Are You an Introvert?

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor I think majority of us all have that one friend who they consider the introvert of the group. And if you’re like me, you are that introvert. Sure, you might find me out for a night on the town or hang out with great people from time to time, […]

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Bobcat Radio, Sports

Gabe Loyd Calls in For Homecoming

By Reed Graff Sports Journalist The guys are back in action and, this week, so were the fans! A Bobcat athletics fan, Jeremy, joined us and discussed Bobcat basketball and football. The crew also discussed the Texas State Basketball’s first win of the season, and the possibility of building a basketball powerhouse at Texas State. […]

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Football - Texas State, Sports

Bobcats Win First SBC Game in Two Years

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter November 19th, 2015 was the last time Texas State defeated a Sun Belt opponent, when they beat University of Louisiana Monroe 16-13. Since then, the Bobcats have lost 13 straight to conference foes, until tonight. The Bobcats went into Conway, South Carolina and matched up with Coastal Carolina for the […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

You Are More Than Your GPA

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor College life is crazy. It’s so easy to get caught up in the hustle of things especially being constantly surrounded by your peers. It’s honestly difficult not to feel like you aren’t measuring up to where you “should be” based on what the people around you are doing. Because of […]

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News

Texas State University Deals with Third Bomb Threat

By Camelia Juarez Assistant News Director Police have given the all-clear after the third bomb threat in less than a week at Texas State University on Wednesday. The threat came in around 9:40 A.M., according to Patrick Cochran, an assistant director at the University Police Department (UPD). He says that UPD is working with federal […]

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Baseball, Sports

Texas State Baseball Schedule Released

By Andrew Zimmel Spooky Sports Journalist Head Baseball Coach Ty Harrington released the 2018 Texas State Baseball schedule today, and the 56 game schedule looks spooky for the Bobcats. The team is coming off an average season by Bobcat standards, going 29-30 but winning two games in the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) tournament. The team […]

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Web Content

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 […]

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Other Side Drive, Philosophy Mixed, Podcasts

Philosophy Mixed: The Body and Culture

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Producer In the second installment of Philosophy Mixed, Kimberly Clay and Dr. Craig Hanks talk with Caroline Gnagy, author of Texas Jailhouse Music: A Prion Band History, and Dr. Flore Chevaillier, professor in the Texas State English department and author of The Body of Writing: an Erotics of […]

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Food, Web Content

Meatless Monday: Beyond Meat Beefy Crumbles Review

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When it comes to doing what is best for the environment and your body, a lot of nutritionists and health experts are saying one thing: go meatless. Whether that is to go meatless for a day, for a month, or for the rest of your life; importance is a […]

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Lifestyle, Web Content

Is Getting The Flu Shot Worth It?

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Although it still feels like summertime here in good ol’ San Mo, we’ve technically entered influenza season. You probably received your “Take Your Best Shot” email from the university encouraging you to get your vaccination in order to prevent the spread of the flu virus on campus. You might […]

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