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Entertainment

The Myth of Being “That Girl”

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor There is a craze on social media apps like TikTok and YouTube that has influencers motivating a generation to reinvent their image. Specifically, it has everyone and their mother trying to become “that girl". You may also know her as the girl that has her whole life together and that all of us secretly aspire to be. If you haven’t met her, you have […]

todayJanuary 19, 2022 13

Basketball

Bobcats Claw Out a Win Over Ragin’ Cajuns.

By JohnPaul Ekpe Sports Reporter Texas State Men’s Basketball (11-4 overall, 2-1 Sun Belt) defeated the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns (8-7 overall, 3-2 Sun Belt) 72-68 in a game that came down to the wire Saturday evening. It looked like Louisiana could pull away early in the second half when the Cajuns went on a 15-3 run, which gave them a 12-point lead with just under 13 minutes left. However, the […]

todayJanuary 18, 2022 20 2 2

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Entertainment

The Rise of #BookTok

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor  Like many others, I open TikTok in my free time for a few minutes of light-heartedness, fun and as a distraction from my day. But when I resurface, I realize I’ve spent four hours mindlessly thumb scrolling my way through a few hundred different realities. In one corner of this vast world we have come to embrace a virtual book club and wholesome community […]

todayJanuary 14, 2022 24 4

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News

Texas State Continues to Provide Bobcat Cares Emergency Funding Assistance in Spring 2022

By Rasika Gasti News Reporter   Texas State University is opening applications on Jan. 18 for students enrolled in the spring 2022 semester to apply for Bobcat Cares COVID-19 Relief Funding.    The university is distributing $6.5 million through the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) to eligible students who are dealing with financial insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.    However, this federally funded assistance is not guaranteed […]

todayJanuary 14, 2022 86 2

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Entertainment

Strategies to Make Internship Season Painless

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager   It is that time of year again: internship season. The time where college students finally update their resumes, cave into writing cover letters and learn how to market their skills to employers.    While searching for internships can be an exciting process, it can also be exhausting. So here are a few strategies that have made my internship search significantly less painful.  […]

todayJanuary 11, 2022 6 2

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Entertainment

How to Complete Your New Year’s Resolution

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Assistant Manager Welcome to 2022! It’s a brand-new year which for many people symbolizes new beginnings and a chance to start fresh. The new year of course brings the time-honored tradition of making new year resolutions. Some people are resolution masters, but for me, it has not always been so easy. In the past, my motivation and hope at the beginning of the year have […]

todayJanuary 10, 2022 31 1 1 2

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Entertainment

Why Do We Have New Year’s Resolutions? 

By Mikayla Anding Web Content Contributor “New Year, new me,” right? It is now that time of year when we get to hear and see variations of this phrase everywhere. As I considered making my own list of resolutions for 2022, I wondered why we make New Year’s resolutions? And what should mine be this year? After looking into the cause of this widespread tradition, I gained a better understanding […]

todayJanuary 6, 2022 33 1

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News

Students Find Benefit of Online Learning

By Sarah Grunau News Reporter According to recent studies, students pursuing higher education are experiencing mental health and academic challenges after a year in educational solitude. However, students from Texas State University have reported positive outcomes of their experiences with online learning. This fall, colleges and universities around the US have been returning to in-person classes and campus events while continuing to navigate COVID safety protocols. Not only has the […]

todayDecember 19, 2021 31 1

Three Vinyl albums standing up (Awaken My Love by Childish Gambino, Hozier by Hozier, and Are You Experienced by Jimi Hendrix), with the vinyl of Texas Sun by Khurangbin and Leon Bridges and HONK by the Rolling stones laid down.

Music

Why I Hate Albums

By Christian Villarreal Music Journalist When a band or artist has a lot of songs across multiple albums, I get disheartened. I enjoy discovering a new artist that has a good supply of music that can offer a diverse palette of tone, but it seldom works out that way. More specifically, I have grown to hate albums. Saying this seems strange, but the more music I listen to, the more […]

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