Interested in visiting the San Antonio Botanical Gardens? Check out Lightscape, a holiday-themed nighttime light display focusing on the wonders of the gardens. Here are some of the things you can see and do!
By: Bobby Segovia “Snapchat had this little snippet on ESPN, and it was just a bunch of people dunking on each other with brooms between their legs. I was like ‘ oh I gotta know what that’s about’. “ Texas State senior , now the Coach and captain of the University’s team, David Avilla, is […]
The independent music scene is a hard place to make a name for yourself. This is true of Leo Napoleon, a musician out of San Antonio, looking to make a name for himself.
By Adrianna Elias “Don’t be afraid to be creative. At first, I was a little scared to show myself and my style. But, when I did show who I was, I was like, okay, maybe I am doing something right.” Jessie Bess, a junior majoring in performance and production, sought more creative outlets outside of […]
By Jamie Moore In addition to Texas State’s wide range of curriculum and majors, there are 350+ registered student organizations on campus that students can participate in to heighten their undergraduate experience. Getting involved on campus has many benefits, especially on an inclusive, diverse campus like Texas State. Experienced alums and faculty are pleading with […]
By Leyla Anderson Rod21@txstate.edu Jerry Jeff Walker was a cowboy and country music artist who shaped the genre during it’s early stages in the 1960s; he released around 30 albums in his lifetime. Hector Saldana, the art music curator at the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University, oversaw creating the newest exhibit: “Viva Terlingua: The […]
Two alumni are interviewed on their experiences adjusting from college to the working world and any challenges they may have had. Both Paige Peyton and Karissa Hernandez are Texas State University graduates for the year 2022. Come talk about their adventure thus far with me, Mia Joseph.