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‘Secret’ Spots at Texas State

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Photo by: Antonio Reyes | Staff Photographer
The Taylor-Murphy courtyard is a secret spot on campus.

Students and locals associate Texas State with the green, grassy banks of the river and a tree-filled, sprawling campus. But there are also a few lesser known spots that are great for relaxing.

Photo by: Antonio Reyes | Staff PhotographerThe agriculture gardens are a secret spot on campus.
Photo by: Antonio Reyes | Staff Photographer
The agriculture gardens are a secret spot on campus.

1The Pleasant Street Agricultural Garden is behind the Agriculture Building at Sessom and Pleasant Street. The gardens are beautiful and expansive with benches and tables for hanging out or doing work.

Photo by: Antonio Reyes | Staff Photographer
The Taylor-Murphy courtyard is a secret spot on campus.

2The Taylor-Murphy Courtyard is on the first floor of the Taylor-Murphy Building. It is tiled in cool colors and situated around a fountain, interspersed with trees and benches and soaked in sunlight on a bright day.

Photo by: Antonio Reyes | Staff Photographer
The amphitheater behind the Adamson building is a secret spot on campus.

3The Outdoor Amphitheater is at one end of a valley behind the William & Elizabeth Adams ROTC Building. It looks a little forlorn covered in leaves and hidden. The amphitheater is a quiet, mostly secluded spot that is beautiful and calming.