By Burke Bunyard With the 2020 general elections looming in the distance, Americans across the nation are making their voices heard at the polls. However, with the nation battling the COVID-19 pandemic, health concerns have arisen for many of the volunteers that would be manning the polls. Democracy refuses to wait for anyone, and in […]
I had the opportunity to experience an exhibit at the Alkek library over the death penalty in Texas. The event had articles, items, and many more depicting the pros and cons of life in prison.
Members of the Pan African Action Committee, a student organization based at Texas State, organized Black Fest, a festival whose mission was to create a safe space for the Black bodies in and around the San Marcos community, on April 6 at the First Baptist Church NBC.