For two weekends out of April, San Antonio becomes overrun by Fiesta. This year, however, marks an especially unique experience due to San Antonio’s tricentennial. Among the chaos is an event called “Market Square”. An occasion in which an entire street in San Antonio shuts down for the love of culture and celebration. As well, San Marcos joined in and had their own event. ¡Viva Fiesta!
By Abigail Rivera November 17, 2020 21 year old retail worker, Mackenzie Abbatiello, risks infecting her ill father if she visits home for the holidays this year. After receiving the unfortunate news that her father was diagnosed with cancer, her entire family has been extra cautious about social distancing and maintaining CDC guidelines in their […]
By Deandra Gonzalez For the art community, the pandemic has brought many new challenges. While some artists had positive inspirations, others felt the negative effects that changed their daily momentum. Alexis Hunter, Texas State art senior, said at the beginning of the pandemic she felt cheated out of the hands-on experience of University. Transferring from […]
Traffic lights and street corners that were once bustling and packed with vehicles are now running more smoothly with far less congestion. Shops are quiet, sometimes even fenced or shuttered, and lacking the vivacious energy usually accompanied by the arrival of spring festivities and bluebonnet pictures galore. Even for those few who still dare to […]