Mass Communication Week at Texas State University is an important time for students. The event invites a variety of businesses in the mass communication field to showcase the many jobs students can expect to apply for after graduation.
Students were seen throughout the event enjoying every aspect of what they were learning. Career Fair was more than just a recruiting opportunity for businesses. The event was an opportunity for all organizations in attendence to engage undergraduate students in real first-hand job experience. Understanding a company and the meaning behind it is an important part of Career Fair.
For students ready to apply for jobs many if not all businesses were accepting resumes. This gave many upperclassmen a chance to further their college experience with possible internships or part-time jobs.
by Laura Nunez, Tierra Cole, Erika Sanders, and Steven Richardson Monday, April 22 marked the 25th Anniversary of the Student Recreation Center. On February 17, 1994 Texas State opened the first student dedicated recreation facility on campus. In 2009, the Recreation Center expanded the existing footprint adding a climbing wall, weight room, two swimming pools, […]
By Anne Cox I’m a graduating senior in the class of 2020 at Texas State University. In the very early stages of coronavirus, before there were even a lot of confirmed cases in the US, I remember thinking that there was no possible way that it would get to this level. It felt far away, […]
By Deborah Omomehin On Aug. 20, 1619, about four hundred years ago, a ship arrived with 20-30 enslaved Africans at Point Comfort in the British colony of Virginia. 1619 is not a year that Americans see has an essential part of American history. To mark the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery, The […]