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!
Audio story by Taylor Hughes Mass Comm Week 2016 By: Jennifer Alvord SAN MARCOS, TX – Mass Communication Week is a four-day conference held every year in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University. The conference invites professionals throughout different mass communication disciplines – journalism, public relations, advertising, digital media innovation […]
By Bethany LeBeau, Randy Davila, and Sam Cravey Rock climbing is becoming a popular sport for students to keep their minds and bodies engaged and entertained. The sport offers many opportunities to challenge oneself mentally and physically, and flex one’s decision-making skills. From its origins in exploration, climbers have been around since the early 1880’s […]
It’s been a while since I’d last seen the 1975, but the time was slowly coming once again. I was more than ready to see them perform on their upcoming US tour, which opened with a concert date on November 16th in New Jersey. This trip came to mind as my story pitch, as I’ve […]