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Karina Herrera

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How student loan debt keeps people enslaved

As Rousseau said, “man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains.” Education may set us free, but debt is only meant to...

The harm and disrespect of self-diagnoses

“Man, I’m depressed!” Sound familiar? Many of us throw around psychological and medical terms despite their actual meanings, or we just hit up the...

Ancient Southwest Texas Project excavations hoping to shed new light on...

The Center for Archeological Studies is researching what was thought to be a simple hunter-gatherer culture. The excavation, located in a mile-wide canyon downstream...

Talk it out: Space Exploration

The US government should continue funding space exploration By Jourdan Bartels Kid Cudi is known as the “Man on the Moon,” but the...

Bulldoze the trees. Oxygen is overrated.

The parking situation at Texas State is in dire need of assistance. The only plausible solution is to begin removing trees to provide parking...

The Zika virus and the unprepared world

The Zika virus is the world’s newest example at just how unprepared people and countries are in the face of a new medical threat. A...

MRA Blogger wants to legalize rape: Roosh V, what’s good?

Over the last 48 hours, “Men’s Rights Activist” Roosh V has been described as the bane of the public, a cult leader, an activist...

Texas State, we have a rat problem

Students are welcomed back from winter break with furry little critters as dorm mates. Laurel, Lantana and Blanco are three halls that have been...

Black History Month: Overcoming adversity through knowledge of self

History is a vital aspect in any individual’s life. It shows us the mistakes and accomplishments of our forefathers and gives us hope for...

Mass deportation comes at a high cost

The idea of deporting millions of illegal immigrants who have gradually established lives on American soil is both financially and emotionally costly. The cost of...