As student housing can come with many struggles, it was easy to think that because of covid the search for the perfect home would be even harder to find this year. Covid has affected the workplace, by reducing hours and also letting go of former employees thus effecting the amount of money people are currently […]
•Try to anticipate and answer questions (if you’re covering Arbor Day, be sure to show me trees; pet adoption, I’d better see and hear animals; an awareness walk, definitely people walking)
By Jorge B. Torres It seems that everyone is aware that Halloween is creeping on us around the corner. Just to get in the Halloween spirit, I will be taking us on a little adventure. I am sure everyone is familiar with the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Oh yes, we are definitely going there, to the […]
The Square is quite literally named after the shape. Businesses are lined up one-by-one around a single block forming a square. It has become infamous for college nightlife, crowded bars, small boutiques, spontaneous tattoos and restaurants. But that has drastically changed since the Coronavirus hit San Marcos.
Nearly two months has passed since Governor Greg Abbott issued the initial 14-day isolation for the state of Texas. During that times, non-essential businesses were forced to close their doors until further notice. Bars, malls, gyms, movie theaters, hair salons, nail salons barbershops, and a variety of other retail stores suffered from the decision and […]