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A light green background with a picture of a kinara in the upper left hand corner, a picture of a candelabrum in the upper right hand corner, a calendar with the date January 1st in the lower left hand corner and a picture of a stack of presents in the lower right hand corner. In the center, there is a group of three people celebrating.


Surviving The Holidays: A Listicle

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Contributor It’s that time of year when we have no shortage of celebrations, whether it be Christmas, Kwanzaa, Rohatsu, Feast Day of our Lady of Guadalupe, Hanukkah, Solstice or New Year’s. For some, the holidays can be a peaceful and comforting time filled with laughter, family bonding and much-needed relaxation. For others, though, the holidays can be difficult.  Holidays can trigger eating disorders. They can […]

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Putting the You in Youth

By Chelyse Prevost Blog Content Contributor We are part of a generation where mass shootings in churches, clubs, movie theaters, and even schools have become all too familiar. The fight for more progressive gun laws is ongoing, but awareness of the emotional and mental health of the people we interact with seems to be the keynote of discussion. We all share the responsibility to become more involved with the people in […]

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SXSW 2017: Music Festival Tips

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist We are finally upon the 31st annual SXSW music festival. Every year, thousands of people are drawn to the streets of downtown Austin for a week of great food, alcohol, and live music. While some people might enjoy the interactive/film portion of the festival, this article will mainly cover music. SXSW is known for putting on hundreds of showcases across a variety of venues and […]

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A.W.A.R.E.: A Great Place To Volunteer

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor I've been volunteering a lot these past few weeks, and I've found that there are a lot of Texas State students who wish to help out their community but don't know where to go. It can be hard figuring out where to volunteer in San Marcos, especially when there are so many graduating seniors looking to fill their resumes. Even those who try to […]

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Daily News Recap (4-15-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager Arizona Police say the officer who intentionally used his car to run into a suspect with a rifle a month ago most likely saved the man's life. CNN states that a dashcam video shows an Arizona police officer intentionally running over a suspect to detain him. The suspects lawyer said the police should have deescalated the situation and does not think this […]

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Reaching For The People in Senegal

  We recently had an opportunity to chat with a representative from a great group called Senegal Community Services. Ben Steffy is part of a group that does a great many philanthropic works for the community of Senegal, Africa, and is very proud of the work they are all doing. They all have their part to play, and plan on doing it very effectively. Listen here to hear us pick […]

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