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.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic halted Austin’s film industry, it is slowly being restored to the way it was before the pandemic. However, this restoration was not thought to be viable at the beginning of the pandemic. Its progression of over the past year has shown that filmmakers, and the theaters that show their work, were not faring […]
Everybody in some way has been affected negatively by the pandemic, whether it be through just the social distance or something more severe, no one has been spared. It has obviously changed the way many people operate in their day to day lives, and while the negatives far outweigh the positives, it is interesting to view this pandemic […]
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 […]