Timia Cobb

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A Brief Take on Witchcraft and Evil

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager My grandmother was always religious. Her belief in God was never translated correctly to me. I believed God to be an entity that watched you at all times and granted your wishes if he liked what he saw. I remember attending church with my grandmother every Sunday when I was little. My hair in braids, wearing lace socks and poofy dresses. I remember sitting […]

todayOctober 31, 2020 341

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Distinguished Alumni: Johnny R. Weisman

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager Johnny R. Weisman is one out of five honorees for Texas State’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Photo by Johnny Weisman Weisman graduated in 1972 when the college was known as Southwest Texas State. Since his graduation, Weisman has become a successful businessman as the owner of Hunter Industries which focuses on highway and street construction. Weisman started the company only a couple of months after […]

todayOctober 27, 2020 538

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Advice From Timia: Adulting is Hard

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager I got the chance to have a brief conversation with my close friend Breana Miller about life and adapting to being an adult. College juniors and seniors are at a stage in life where everything is a question mark, nothing is for sure. In the span of two to three years, we have to figure out where we want to spend the rest of […]

todayOctober 21, 2020 75

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A Disappointing Review of Antebellum

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager In the wake of black horror films such as “Get Out”, “Ma”, “US” and more, I was ecstatic when I first saw “Antebellum’s” trailer last summer. It felt like a movie that would hit close to home by speaking on issues such as racism and conflicts in the black community. However, “Antebellum” turned out to be an hour and a half film filled to […]

todayOctober 10, 2020 59

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College Radio Day

An Inner Look of KTSW’s Production Department

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager Our Production department is a big reason why KTSW is the radio station it is today. The production department produces well-rounded podcasts and for on-air segments, such as PSAs. However, most of the work the production department does happens behind the scenes. Not everyone who listens to our podcast or segments knows exactly what goes into making them and what it takes to do […]

todayOctober 2, 2020 72

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My Fictional Boyfriends Ruined Romance For Me

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager I was never a social kid. I had attachment issues and easily became my mother's permanent shadow. By the time I entered fifth grade I was destined to be lonely. With my lack of friends, I somehow found myself at my community library and everything went downhill from there. In books, I had an adventure, teen angst and most importantly, love. Sadly, I didn’t […]

todaySeptember 23, 2020 48

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Is It Really a Preference?

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager We all have preferences. Some prefer winter to summer, Halloween more than Christmas or sweet rather than savory. We develop our preferences because something can better suit us or our character. However, is it a preference or is it hating if you have to put something else down to lift what you ‘prefer’ up? Racial preferences while dating seem instinctive to those who have […]

todaySeptember 9, 2020 48

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Fashion isn’t for the Lower Class

By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Recently a debate sparked on my twitter timeline that has brought attention to just how much the fashion industry runs on reminding lower-class Americans that they can not afford nice-things and should feel guilty because of that. A $490 dress covered in strawberries from small designer Lirika Matoshi’s online shop is the cause of this conclusion. The dress is beautiful, handmade and has taken over […]

todaySeptember 4, 2020 336

Back to School Broadcast

B2SB: First Generation Students are Not Alone

By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Tatiana Torres and I sat down and had a conversation over our mutual struggle of being first-generation college students. First-generation students are coming from households where either one or neither parent has attended a university or attained a bachelor’s degree. These students do not have access to resources that make it easy to apply to colleges, to help them fill out financial aid or to […]

todayAugust 17, 2020 54

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