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Things I Do During Winter Break

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Cry Over Anime or Asian Dramas For some reason, every winter break since high school, I renew a sudden love for anime or Asian (Korean, Chinese, Thai, etc.) dramas and I get into it. I will get so entranced by my love for the characters and will obsessively talk about them to anyone willing to listen. It’s not okay. I definitely have a problem with […]

todayDecember 22, 2020 2

Red background with Christmas lights and a Christmas tree. “Christmas During A Pandemic” in black lettering


Christmas During A Pandemic

By Paige GreeneAssistant Web Content Manager Don’t know what to do during Christmas with your friends, family, or significant other? Below is a list of things to keep you busy during this holiday season. Christmas lights One clear sign of the holiday season is Christmas lights. Many cities cover their buildings and trees with lights, as well as most neighborhoods do the same. If you are feeling out of […]

todayDecember 21, 2020 2

Literally a bunch of stickers put together to be cute; clouds are cute


Things I’ve Done Out of Pure Boredom

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Boredom comes to me quite often; there are those days that seemingly never end. The days where you realized you have absolutely nothing to do or are just avoiding work that you must do, but do not want to do. Been there, done that. I just want to give a disclaimer that you definitely do not have to do any of the things I have […]

todayJuly 23, 2020

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Rating Quarantine Activities from Best to Worst

By Jess BazalduaWeb Content Contributor I consider myself to be realistic. At this point during the COVID-19 pandemic, I feel that “Stay Home” orders are likely ahead. Even if they’re not, compliance with a recommendation is arguably one of the best ways to overturn the spread of the virus and ensure that you, your family, and others are safe. During the first lockdown, many could not fathom how to spend […]

todayJuly 3, 2020 1

Picture of books, tea, and the words “stuck home?’ across it


What To Do Once School Ends

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Given the global pandemic, most of us are confined to our homes for the summer. Classes are ending soon and students will have to find other things to occupy their time. The following are some ideas of how to spend your summer indoors productively.  Start a hobby Hobbies to explore. Image by Andrea Mau via Canva. Everyone has a hobby they’ve always wanted to pick […]

todayMay 9, 2020

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Virus-Themed Vacation

By Ashton HermanWeb Content Contributor As I sit in my hometown house with a cat to my left and some loose pillows to my right, I can’t help but loathe hearing the term “COVID-19.” For a week now, all that I’ve seen and heard over a plethora of medias is anything and everything Corona related. So I thought, in a fit of irony, I should put together a list of […]

todayMarch 28, 2020 1

a river on a sunny day full over tubers.


Don’t be Afraid to be a Tourist in Your City!

By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor San Marcos is a special place. There are plenty of great things to do in our community and if you want to drive into Austin or San Antonio, you easily can. However, the idea of doing ‘touristy’ activities in your own area turns a lot of people off. I am here to tell you: be a tourist in your own city. Here are five reasons […]

todayApril 14, 2019 1

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San Maximum: Five Mile Dam

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Nobody can gain the maximum San Marcos experience without taking a visit to Five Mile Dam. With the river, the waterfall, soccer fields and the hiking trails, there is no debate about why this location is seen as a cherished refuge for San Marcans who wish to escape the craziness of life. Five Mile Dam is a wonderful place for friends to hang out, […]

todayDecember 1, 2016 7

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Drive In Bliss

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Anytime I was visiting with one of my friends, the idea of going to see the latest film always came up. However, I was never a fan of going to the movies. I didn’t like the idea of paying for something I could just wait to come out on Redbox. The overpriced snacks didn’t help the argument to go either. After going to a […]

todaySeptember 30, 2016

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