This isn’t your typical class at Texas State; there aren’t any desks, slideshows or textbooks. However, there are passionate students who want to learn how to safely fight for stage and film.
Toby Minor, the Stage Combat instructor for the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State, teaches students the art and choreography that goes into their favorite violent fight scenes from movies and plays.
Students took turns performing scenes for their midterm exam on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 8 a.m..
By Frank Leal On a February afternoon just outside of San Diego, California, police officers raided an apartment to rescue an 11-year-old girl from her alleged abductor. 20-year-old Jose Melena, her captor, barricaded himself in a bathroom as officers surrounded him and retrieved the girl (Link). Melena was cornered, and unsuccessfully attempted to take his […]
Oct. 14th, 2020, was the reopening of the bars to the public of Texas. The bars had closed down earlier this year due to the rising numbers in COVID-19 and forced the public gathering bars to close down. The closing and reopening of the bars has been tough on college students and adults because it limits how […]
By: Mallorie Sanders, Sara Thornhill and Katharine Robertson Wake the Dead Coffee House held it’s monthly Reptile Night on November 14th in conjunction with Homies With Scales. The event is held every second Wednesday of the month where people can experience a hands-on encounter with reptiles. Homies With Scales is a non-profit educational organization that […]