Host Odus Evbagharu and Sports Editor Quixem Ramirez talk about Texas State football beating Arkansas-Pine Bluff Aug. 30, 65-0. The two discuss the new up-tempo/no huddle offense and how the defense seems to be acclimating to new defensive coordinator John Thompson.
Host Odus Evbagharu and Sports Editor Quixem Ramirez discuss Texas State's football season opener against the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions. The duo predicts the outcome of the game and key players to keep an eye out for.
The TABC recently proposed a ruling that would allow for the sale of alcohol at gun shows. Columnists Jenna Coleman and Hunter Larzelere discuss their opinions on the subject.
Columnists Brandon Sams and Olivia Garcia discuss their opposing views on the Israel and Gaza conflict o the first ever Talk it Out podcast.
Host Odus Evbagharu and Ishmael Johnson hit the studio during the summer to discus Bobcat Athletics and the year Texas State had. The duo also talk about the Wold Cup, NBA Finals and what Lebron is thinking heading towards free agency.
New guests Amanda and Breanna join the discussion with Odus on the third installment of A Community of Culture: The Feminist Perspective.
This episode dives into the neverending topics of what sex, love and rape culture mean in society and to the feminism movement. You don't want to miss what this trio has to say.
Odus, Imani and Aubrie turn back to the mic for the second chapter of A Community of Culture: The Feminist Perspective.
This week the discourse turns to inequality and double standards, including pay, leaves of absence, job competition and physical appearance expectations of women.
Over the summer, The University Star will be delving into one of today’s most touched-on issues, feminism.
In the first episode, Odus, Imani and Aubrie explore a variety of topics, including the difficulty in defining feminism, gender roles, the generation gap between older feminist movements and where it stands today and Hollywood’s effect on society.