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 […]
By Liliana Perez Restrictions. Limitations. Cancellations. Losses. Closures. These are just a few of the things many of us have had to deal with in recent weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and none of them are taken as good things. Understandably, most of us wouldn’t think of a pandemic and immediately think positive, but, […]
Members of the Pan African Action Committee, a student organization based at Texas State, organized Black Fest, a festival whose mission was to create a safe space for the Black bodies in and around the San Marcos community, on April 6 at the First Baptist Church NBC.