Take Back the Night: Sexual Assault on Campus

Photo Courtesy of Kristen Smith

Sexual assault on campus is a topic that is widely discussed, and Take Back the Night, a rally focusing on bringing awareness to sexual assault on campus and in communities, brought that discussion to Texas State University. The event, which took place on April 13, was put on by the…

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Texas State University’s Relay for Life kicks off tonight

46 teams. 511 participants. So far, a grand total of $18,433.55 raised. All to support the American Cancer Society and their effort to continue cancer research. Relay for Life is one of the biggest annual community service events in San Marcos, and continues to bring in people who volunteer to stay…

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Texas State Army ROTC Polar Bear Plunge Raises Money for DAV

Thirty degree temperatures and a misty San Marcos River did not discourage some of the San Marcos community from jumping into the river earlier today for a charity event. Friends, families, speedos and lots of shivering were present at the second annual Texas State Army ROTC Polar Bear Plunge at…

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Texas State Celebrates Arbor Day

In case you didn’t know (as I), Arbor Day is a holiday in which people are encouraged to plant and take care of trees. The word “arbor” comes from Latin and it means tree, very similar to how it is called in Spanish “arbol.” Arbor Day is usually in the spring…

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Animal Planet Waives Adoption Fees in Austin

 From lowering blood pressure, to helping those with depression, dogs and cats really do go beyond their pet-on-demand services! I personally have a chihuahua, a part-time pomeranian (I share him with my boyfriend) and full-time cat. They provide so much positive energy in my life! I can’t imagine going about…

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Meet VoiceBox Media’s summer interns

“We are too young to realize that certain things are impossible, so we will do them anyway.” – William Wilberforce I invite you to meet our first five interns from the Texas State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Our first week of work together has been productive and…

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