By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor The next foreign language we will be translating is German. This language is one of many other languages (English, Dutch, Swedish, and Norwegian) that are part of the Germanic language family. Basic words such as … Continue reading KTSW Translates: German
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Every holiday meal is obligated to include a dessert. For this season, I would like to introduce this dessert I have been trying to make for a year now: the Molten Lava Cake. This past … Continue reading Holiday Dessert: the Molten Chocolate Lava Cake
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Mass Comm. Week was last week and for International Men’s Day; I would like to thank three special journalists that made my studies in journalism possible. They are John Quinones of ABC News, Lester Holt … Continue reading My Favorite Journalists
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Youth Voters! It is time to make an important decision. This applies in case y’all have not voted during early voting. There are a lot of races in this election cycle. From local elections to … Continue reading The Next Four Years
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor This upcoming week, from Oct. 26 to Oct.30, is Homecoming week. It is a week of opportunity for alumni to reconnect with their alma mater. Last week, I had the honor and privilege of interviewing … Continue reading Alumni Rising Star: Mark Estrada
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor KTSW Translates: Mandarin is a series of articles on KTSW decoding foreign languages! We understand the world is getting closer through international events such as the World Cup and the Olympics. The first foreign language … Continue reading KTSW Translates: Mandarin
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor “Would you please turn on the night light?” Seven-year-old me asked my mother this after she tucked me into bed and was about to leave my room. I had one reason most children have for … Continue reading I Have a Bad Feeling About This
By Tiger ShiNews Director On Sept. 18, 2020, the United States Supreme Court lost an icon. This icon was an inspiration for American women of both sides of the political spectrum. Nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, she was … Continue reading Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Since 2011, College Radio Day has been a success in spreading the message that radio broadcasting in college is important. You might be thinking what exactly is college radio day? According to the College Radio … Continue reading Why College Radio Day
By Tiger ShiWeb content Contributor Last year, my junior year, was the first year I lived off-campus. I was roommates with a great high school friend during my freshman year. During my sophomore year, I got assigned to an obnoxious … Continue reading A Message To My Roommates
By Tiger Shi Web Content Contributor We all know that feeling. Whether it was a memorable Super Bowl game, a tense presidential election or an award-winning movie …it always went down in history. There are physical books which kept records … Continue reading Printed Almanacs, What’s the Point?
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor *Heads up, Spoilers Ahead* I grew up watching the shows “The Clone Wars” (2008-2020) and“Star Wars: Rebels” (2014-2018). Since I had always been a fan of the “Clone Wars”, I never had an interest in … Continue reading Rebellions Are Built On Hope
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor I actually was never into any kind of sports. In elementary, while everyone else was playing football or something, I played tag or went to the swings. It wasn’t until I was introduced to basketball … Continue reading Let’s Go, Rockets!
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Similar to what faculty and student organizations are doing, KTSW is preparing to adjust for the fall semester. These are tough times. We are already dealing with the stressful workload, rising tuition costs, apartment/living expenses– … Continue reading B2SB: Keeping Grades Up and Staying Healthy
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor SAN MARCOS, Texas- The San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District board has applied to the Texas Education Agency to extend remote learning for four weeks after the school year begins. According to KUT 90.5, all … Continue reading 8/19/20 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor It was a chilly December afternoon in 2016. I was sitting at my desk at my high school, waiting for the bell to ring for winter break. I had finished my final and was chatting … Continue reading Going Solo is Preferable
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor SAN MARCOS, Texas- As of Aug. 4, 2020, San Marcos’ total Coronavirus cases saw 13-case decrease. Despite this, San Marcos still tallied the most Coronavirus cases in the county with a total of 2,448, according … Continue reading 08/05/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Ever since the pandemic started in March, KTSW has slowly moved operations online. The news department started to write news for the blog instead of broadcasting it in the studio. A new tab on the … Continue reading Advice For Cats: How is KTSW handling the pandemic and continuing to have stuff on air?
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor SAN MARCOS, Texas- There are 114 new cases reported over the weekend in Hays County. According to the San Marcos Daily Record, as of Monday, 882 people recovered. There are four hospitalizations and one hospital … Continue reading 7/21/20 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor The question looms large over the heads of President Denise Trauth and Texas State students as to whether or not reopen the campus for business as usual pre-pandemic era. Universities are technically a business–they need … Continue reading To Kill the Coronavirus