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The Toxic Cycle of Hustle Culture

By Amaya Lewis Web Content Contributor College – a time when young adults come to have fun while simultaneously bearing the weight of overwhelming pressures to perform. Whether from family members, friends, social media or personal expectations, most, if not all of us, have heard or felt the need to hustle until exhausted and accomplish what many take a lifetime to do by the time we’re 25. On social media, […]

todaySeptember 25, 2022 13 1

The photo features a yellow background with small black and white flowers. On top of the fabric, there is a workout set of blue biker shorts and a blue and white checkered sports bra. Next to the shorts, there is a pair of black headphones with a pink water bottle beneath it. The water bottle has a KTSW 89.9 logo sticker on it and a sticker of a witch holding a cat above it. Beneath the water bottle, there is a pair of white and gray Adidas sneakers.


Mastering the Art of the “Hot Girl Walk”

By Hannah Walls  Web Content Assistant I used to be a runner. I hated it. I’m not just talking about my brief stint as a 100-meter hurdles competitor in middle school; that lasted about one semester before I realized I and my tendency to trip over my own feet constantly were better off in the band hall than on the track. I’m talking about forcing myself out of the house […]

todaySeptember 15, 2022 30 2

A view of Laurel and Mesquite Hall on North LBJ Dr in San Marcos, Texas.


Five Tips for Thriving in Student Housing

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Living in temporary student housing is a necessity for the majority of college students. Texas State requires most new freshmen to live on campus, given there are enough spaces to house them. Living on campus was overall a beneficial experience for me because I was able to be close to my classes and food options, but for many students, living in a residence hall […]

todaySeptember 13, 2022 27

Bold, white, all-caps center text, reads “DETROIT”. The “O” in “Detroit” is a glowing LED. The LED represents the external feedback component, attached to the temple of each android. Beneath“DETROIT”, the subtitle reads “BECOME HUMAN” in a small white, all-cap, font. The background is a series of overlapping rhombi, in various shades of blue.


AI: Close to Human

By Sofia Psolka Web Content Contributor The year is 2038; the latest political, sociological turmoil: artificial intelligence has acquired sentience! Andromorphic androids walk the same street as you, work the same jobs as you and even feel the same emotions as you... but do you treat it as you would a biological, organic, human? What if a close friend of yours comes out as an android—would you view it as […]

todaySeptember 11, 2022 58 2

The main characters of Avatar: The Last Airbender are shown exchanging a group hug, smiling and looking at each other fondly.


Why Avatar: The Last Airbender is a Masterpiece

By Amaya Lewis Web Content Contributor In the wake of the announcement that there will be three Avatar movies released, it feels important to touch on the series that started it all. Given that it was released in 2005, Avatar: The Last Airbender’s ability to stand the test of time, remaining a beloved show to old and new viewers while generating a spin-off series with three movies on the way, […]

todaySeptember 7, 2022 60 13

The photo features a pink and white crocheted pouch to the right, with around 30 tabletop dice spilling out of it across a pink piece of fabric. The dice vary in colors and shapes.


A Beginner’s Guide to Dungeons and Dragons

By Hannah Walls Web Content Assistant With everyone on social media still obsessing over Eddie Munson, the Hellfire Club’s eccentric dungeon master from Stranger Things season four, I’ve seen a lot of talk about fans interested in learning how to play Dungeons and Dragons. The start of a new semester is the perfect time to explore new hobbies, and while I’m nowhere near an expert, I’m excited to share some […]

todaySeptember 4, 2022 421 3

A black laptop shows a frame from “Stranger Things” season four, episode one depicted character Eddie Munson making devil horns with his fingers and sticking his tongue out. On the laptop screen are two yellow sticky notes with the words “freak” and “overrated” with arrows pointing to Munson. 


Eddie Munson Fandom Hate: Is Cyberbullying Ever Justified?

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor  Stranger Things season 4 volume 1 was released May 27, 2022, and has since made a significant cultural impact. I associate the initial debut of the series with the revival of Winona Ryder’s acting career and the emergence of a new science fiction saga. Each season introduces new side characters to interact with the central reoccurring characters and to add to their development as […]

todaySeptember 1, 2022 921 3

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Curbing Driving Anxiety in College

Camryn Cole Web Content Contributor Everyone has a fear of some kind. Many can have a big impact on day-to-day activities and are hard to overcome in general. Whether it be snakes, airplanes, or failure, all fears are valid!  Personally, I’ve found it easy to surpass most of the things that scare me. Even though heights make my stomach churn, I’ve bungee jumped in spite of my inner terror. I’ve […]

todayAugust 29, 2022 25 1

A large selection of young adult books sit in a Walmart book aisle.


Are We Turning the Page on Local Bookstores?

By Camryn Cole Web Content Contributor Books have been around forever. We use them for everything: learning, creating, and bettering ourselves. Novels are versatile, written by authors as different as Jane Austen and Stephen King. Books are classics, but they are also ever-changing. However, if books are so timeless, why have so many bookstores begun to go out of business? With the rapid rise of technology, I have noticed the […]

todayJuly 25, 2022 29 2

Above a set of automatic sliding glass doors, trimmed with evergreen steel, is a marquee reading “Upcoming”, “Ottessa Moshfegh 6/29”, “Zachary Levi 6/29”, centerfold and stacked upon each other. The marquee is hinged to the limestone brick structure of BookPeople. Just above the marquee, the second-floor windows have “Read” decaled 6 times along the base.


Ottessa Moshfegh: Master of Female Manipulators

By Sofia Psolka Web Content Contributor Ever since receiving international praise for her first novel “Eileen” in 2015, Ottessa Moshfegh has raced her way to becoming a great literary writer of our generation. In fact, “Eileen” was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 2016 and is currently being adapted into a screenplay by Moshfegh and her husband. Since then, she has released five novels, a collection of short stories and […]

todayJuly 18, 2022 77 1

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