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.
New Braunfels Farmers Market
The New Braunfels Farmers Market is a colorful, community filled experience held on Saturday’s in the Downtown area. Vegetables, meats and assorted treats fill the air with delicious smells and tasty samples. Each vendor has a unique product and story to tell. Photos by Briana Trevino […]
Thanksgiving Traditions: Old And New
For my final story, I wanted to document the traditions my family does every year for Thanksgiving. After going home, I realized that not every Thanksgiving is the same and it made me want to include the new traditions as well. I really had fun with this story and capturing the joy of all that […]
What does Texas State offer First-Gen Latinx students
Texas State University (TXST) has been a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) since 2011 and was awarded the Seal of Excelencia in Sep. 2022 for its’ intentional service to Hispanic and Latinx students. Texas State University is also a First-gen Forward Institution with 46% of students being First-Generation. But what does Texas State University do for […]