Soaring grocery prices and its impact on Texas State students
In April of 2022, the U.S. Department of Agriculture showed that food prices were expected to go up by 5% by 2023. Even two years after the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, prices continue to rise. College students are struggling now more than ever to afford the groceries that they need. The Consumer Price Index […]
College Students in Foodservice Express Frustration over Mask Mandate Lift
By: Mia Rodriguez After an executive order was made by Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, the mask mandate everywhere in Texas was officially lifted, March 2nd, 2021. A lot of Texans were confused and alarmed, not knowing if people will be able to keep safe with the new order. The lift raised concern on the topic of safety in the work environment, especially […]
Colorful Coffee Shops in San Marcos, TX.
Two Local Businesses’ Double as Art Galleries for Local Artist By Rachael Shah Hidden in the hill country of South Texas, San Marcos is home to nearly 54,000 individuals who enjoy the unique culture of the city. Wake The Dead and Jo’s Cafe are among the diverse coffee shops that have made a home for […]