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..
The COVID-19 vaccination has recently become available to anybody 16 and older. If you are planning to receive the vaccine, the three that are widely used in the United States are Pfizer, Moderna, And Johnson and Johnson Janssen. Some of the population is hesitant to get the vaccine because of its new nature and reports […]
With the panic that came with the spreading of the virus in 2020, many different small businesses were affected and weren’t getting enough business to stay open. Golf companies found a positive during a time of negatives in 2020. Golf’s popularity surged because it’s one of the few outdoor sports in which players can more […]
By Allison Jones On March 13, 2020, students across the country left campus for what was expected to be a two-week lockdown period due to the COVID-19 virus. For some, however, that was the last time they’ve stepped foot into a classroom. For others, they’ve yet to step into a college classroom. Freshman and seniors […]