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What Can Trigger Nostalgia or Déjà vu?

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager When you watch Instagram reels and hear a familiar song or watch a movie and see something that takes you down memory lane, you might wonder what triggers nostalgia. Or, when you experience a sensation that you think you have felt before, even if you don’t remember when, you might wonder what triggers that sensation, or déjà vu. According to Neurology Live, “nostalgia is […]

todayJune 8, 2021 1696

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My Ideal Top Three “American Idol” Contestants

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor I started watching “American Idol” when I was around 10 years old. The first season I watched from the beginning to the end was season 10, the season with “American Idol” contestants Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina and Haley Reinhart. Throughout the entire season, I imagined these three in the top three positions and hoped that Scotty McCreery would win, because at the time, I lived […]

todayApril 25, 2021 57

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Mid-Semester Burnout

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor It is the middle of our spring semester. You might feel like you have run out of motivation,  are overwhelmed by assignments and life, are easily irritated by simple things, or maybe, feel exhausted even after hours of sleep. You are not alone.      Burnout is a real problem that I and many others have been feeling. Since the pandemic hit, burnout rates have been […]

todayApril 16, 2021 28

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Maybe It Didn’t Happen For A Reason

 By Melanie SalazarWeb Content Contributor I used to wholeheartedly believe that everything happened for a reason; I was good at it too. I could see all the small inconveniences in my life, like having to take an alternate route because of a road closure or the person in front of me taking 10 minutes too long on their coffee order, making me late. They all seemed like things that had […]

todayApril 15, 2021 31

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KTSW Loves: HOME Center of Central Texas

By Lea MercadoWeb Content Contributor As winter storm Uri left many Texans without power, water, or a place to stay, HOME Center responded to a community needing them the most.  Volunteer members of HOME Center of Central Texas. Photo courtesy of HOME Center of Central Texas. The acronym HOME embodies the nonprofit's core mission of homeless outreach, mitigation and emergency response. Over the frigid weekend, HOME Center partnered up with […]

todayMarch 12, 2021 38

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Places I Drive Through to Feel Something

By Lea MercadoWeb Content Contributor San Marcos is a quaint college city where activities consist of going to Sewell Park to read, swim, practice yoga with the "Sun God" or going down to the Square with friends. But our activities changed once the pandemic hit. Sewell closed down and going to the Square was too much of a risk for ourselves and our peers, so the question arose, "what is […]

todayFebruary 25, 2021 52

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Long-Distance Relationships are Doable during COVID-19

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Contributor Long-distance relationships are often seen as taboo and written off as something that isn’t doable, especially in college, but they are.  In the times of  COVID-19, long-distance relationships are becoming more prominent and challenging due to the fears and risks of traveling during a pandemic.  As a former military child, I have always known of long-distance relationships.  I moved around every three or four years […]

todayFebruary 13, 2021 662

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New Year’s Resolutions: What Turned People Against Them?

By Melanie Love SalazarWeb Content Contributor New Year’s Resolutions tend to be considered a hate or love topic. If you ask someone whether they have made any, it seems they do one of two things; some tell you they do not believe in them and stress the importance of short-term goals, or they simply tell you about the goals they want to complete. The “controversial” topic of New Year's Resolutions […]

todayJanuary 25, 2021 123

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The Zodiac Signs as Houseplants

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Houseplants add so much life and color to a living space and have become super trendy recently. Most people personify their plants by giving them names, but I thought ‘why not take it a step further and associate them with zodiac signs?’ Here are the houseplants that I feel embody each zodiac sign! Aries (March 21- April 20) Croton Petra https://youtu.be/_t-7LSZ6aHI The Croton Petra plant […]

todayDecember 20, 2020 210

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