All pieces featured in this photo series will be on display at the TXST galleries on the second floor of Joan Cole Mitte at the end of the spring 2023 semester.
Essential workers deserve more from their employers
Opinion By Ryan Scanlin The world is on fire, the government has ordered us all to chill at home but we’re out of bread so I guess we have to go to the store. I have been a grocery stocker at HEB for almost eight years now. Oh, all the holiday seasons of customers climbing […]
Spring Break Rock Climbing
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 […]
Bringing A Taste from Home to Texas State Students
Moving to San Marcos, TX for school after being raised in San Antonio for almost 20 years, didn’t seem like the most drastic change for Adriana Fuentes, 21. However, she only had yet to realize the impact It would have on her palette and drive for the future of Texas State University. Fuentes is running […]