Millennials are leading a movement: the rise of plant-based eating. Veganism and vegetarianism are on the rise both in the United States and worldwide. However, it isn’t always easy to eat plant-based as a college student in a state that drives the cattle industry.
Photo Story by Simone Corprew
Earth Burger with Xzavyon Davenport by Chelyse Prevost
Which is the best? A comparison of three vegetarian food options.
A photo story by Addison McKissack
Vegetarian and vegan food options are becoming easier and easier to find. That begs the question, which option is the best and are they good enough to help convince someone who isn’t a vegetarian to give up meat?
I asked three longtime vegetarians for their favorite spots to get vegetarian-friendly food and took Texas State junior Zoe Gassman to try them out to see if they could make her want to be a vegetarian. Gassman decided to give each meal a score out of 10.
With San Marcos growing the way it is, it must push itself to cater to all types of people that come here. This includes people who’s diets seem to be a little different than the normal diet. Though there are options, it is very limited. The vegan and vegetarian community in San Marcos are constantly having to jump through hoops to cater to their dietary lifestyles.
By Alena Leseten SAN MARCOS – The Texas State Gymnastics Club is striving to make the top three in the Texas Gymnastics Conference (TGC) and have three to four girls compete at the national conference this year. The Texas State Gymnastics Club is one of the oldest sports club in the history of the university. […]
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 […]