Local Hays and Travis County Businesses Thrive During Pandemic
Everyone can agree that referring to the past year as “hard,” or “unprecedented,” is an understatement. None of us saw this coming and some of the ones who were hit the hardest are small and local businesses. Some San Marcos and Austin Texas businesses were hit hard during the pandemic and had to close their […]
How Texas State University students have experienced Asian hate
By: Angelica Rodriguez The world has seen a dramatic rise in violence toward Asians since the COVID-19 pandemic began. In 2020 alone, anti-Asian hate incidents rose by almost 150% in America’s largest cities. According to Stop AAPI Hate, Texas ranks 4th in most anti-Asian incidents between March 2020 and February 2021. Texas State University has […]
How has the Coronavirus Pandemic affected the Texas State Department of Theatre and Dance?
COVID-19 forced all classes and shows to be put on a hold in the middle of the Spring 2020 semester. How has Texas State Theatre and Dance continued to thrive? SAN MARCOS, TX — The Coronavirus pandemic changed many things for college students across the U.S. However, Texas State officials believe their approach to COVID-19 […]