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..
With the holidays every December comes the San Marcos Sights and Sounds of Christmas, which fills the Square with sensations for all the senses. Our team has your ticket to what to see, hear…even smell! Story by Rikki Yanez Walking though Sights and Sounds you’ll hear laughter of the people, smell the sweet aromas of […]
There are few places as comparable to heaven in the midst of a crowded as Zilker Park at Barton Creek. Nestled right within the city’s downtown, this is Austin’s largest off-the-leash dog park. This park draws dog-parents, photographers, travelers, and work out gurus alike because of its wide open space and activity ground. Every weekend […]
When spring break began, there was a lot of uncertainty about how our country would handle the ever growing ‘pandemic’ we’d all been hearing about. Texas State University, along with many others, announced an extended week for spring break and two week of online class to follow. By the end, life was expected to be […]