Monday, March 18, 2019
Home Authors Posts by Brianna Benitez

Brianna Benitez

14 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Rosa, March 7, speaking at his presentation.

Stanford professor discusses research on Latinx identities at Texas State

Jonathan Rosa is an assistant professor of anthropology and linguistics in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. He has completed a variety...
Members of Medical Explorers at a refugee clinic in San Antonio hosted by the Christian Medical and Dental Association.

Texas State partners with Hays County EMS

Life as a college student is difficult already, but Texas State students are taking more than just their own lives into their hands. Several Texas...
A variety of non-perishable food items that can be donated.

Food insecurity remains a problem in the San Marcos area

As the population of San Marcos and surrounding towns continue to grow, more and more families are becoming victims to food insecurity. Child hunger...
A few essentials to pack for a spring break vacation.

Tips for having a fun and safe spring break

Spring break is a time for fun and relaxation. It is a time when worries become lost in the wind and stress seems to...
Chino Chukuka, Feb. 5, Black Student Alliance's student of the week.

Student organizations come together to celebrate black history month

Black History Month is a time to celebrate and recognize influential black men and women who have helped shape the world through innovation and...
InFin & Co.'s team, 2017, at a back to school event in Houston, TX.

Student entrepreneur makes money-moves in the beauty industry

While being a college student is hard enough, adding entrepreneur to that is something else. Through hard work, patience and help from her family...
Digital logo of the Womyn of Content.

Turn down the music and turn up the podcast

Racism, sexuality and self-love can be difficult topics to discuss. However, one student-run podcast is sparking conversation about these issues. Womyn of Content is a...

Exposing the dark side of tanning

Warmer days and sunnier skies are on the horizon. That time of year when students ditch their sweaters and reach for their swimsuits is...
Camille Phillips, Nov. 27, displays a printed copy of her book.

Student author impacts children’s literature

Being a self-published children’s book author is far from child’s play. However, with the help of her friends, family and community, one student is...
Drum group at the 2017 Sacred Springs Powwow.

Annual Sacred Springs Powwow Celebration comes to San Marcos

The largest two-day Powwow in Texas is back with over 5,000 anticipated attendees, 100 performers, 60 native booths, traditional Powwow drum groups and, of...