As I moved back to San Marcos, I wanted to take a small stroll on the Texas State University’s campus to see how many people (if any) were still walking around. I went when the weather was cloudy, as if it was about to rain, so walking throughout campus with no one around felt very eerie.
By Lexi Delarosa Classes, studying, social lives, part-time jobs, internships, and overall mental health are things students plan for when arriving to college, however outliers such as construction tend to not be factored in. Students at Texas State have had to conquer the construction that disrupts traffic and parking, but now some students are facing this […]
Article and photos by Chris Menchu By Chris Menchu San Marcos, Texas – The Texas State Musical Theatre Program organized a protest calling for gun reform in light of the Parkland, Florida, shooting. Organized by Brian Corkum, musical theatre senior, and Ana Puig, musical theatre sophomore, the protest was held a day before the nationwide […]
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 […]