There does not seem to be much Myles Kratzer cannot do.
Since releasing his first demo CD last month and being featured in the Sept. 23 issue of The University Star, Kratzer has teamed with long-time friend and fellow artist Joseph Blanks to establish his parent company called Rambull, LLC and record label, Two Point Conversion.
Bicycles decrease gasoline consumption, cut maintenance fees and repair work, and provide an alternate means of transportation and exercise.
Routine oil changes, inspection sticker deadlines or getting stuck in the inevitable weekly traffic on Aquarena Springs Drive are of no concern for people who bike daily.
Cyclists, however, do have their share of inconveniences.
Names like Ray Charles, Michael Bublé, Clark Terry, Mary Mary, Sting and Bennie Wallace create melodies of jazz, blues and soul.
Opportunities to work with and learn from such musical masterminds would be a dream for aspiring jazz musicians.
For Adam Schroeder, Southwest Texas State alumnus, playing and recording with such names are a few of the career accomplishments written on the pages of his résumé.
Shows like CSI, Forensic Files and NCIS have long given viewers a glimpse into the careers of forensic evidence investigators and detectives.
Such programs do not always present the most accurate portrayal of the job, as Catherine Perille, pre-geographic information science senior, discovered during an internship with the San Antonio Police Department.
Video Produced by Katie McGaha and Parker Curtis
The San Marcos community came out Saturday evening to see smashing pumpkins.
Lights go down as a model stands on the runway and her outfit begins to transform from a full-length gown to a knee-high dress without being touched.
The shape-shifting dress was the first YouTube clip students viewed during “Fashion Journalism,” a session held as part of Mass Communication Week. The video demonstrated the impact technology is beginning to have on the fashion world and the interest it generates from the masses.
Applicants from across the country have been vying for spots in Texas State’s acting program, thrusting the university and San Marcos onto the national stage.
If a picture could tell a thousand words, then Eye of the Dog Art Center would hold a library of stories.
Paintings, clay pottery and life-size dog and cat sculptures line the walls of the main art studio, as a few real dogs welcome visitors with Frisbees and chew toys.
Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey will begin shooting scenes for the upcoming dark comedy, Bernie, this month, and Texas State theatre and dance students will be joining them.
Open auditions for a dance sequence in the film were held at Zachary Scott Theatre in Austin last month, and eight Bobcats were chosen to play a part in the scene.
The sounds of acoustic guitar, fiddle and Texas country vocals consumed the Glade Outdoor Theatre Tuesday night.
Texas State alumnus Randy Rogers, along with other Texas country musicians Walt and Tina Wilkins, The Trishas and Kathleen O’Keefe took to the stage as part of the annual Stars of Texas Music Legacy concert series.
Holly Kocurek, interdisciplinary studies senior, recently became a Randy Rogers fan after purchasing one of the band’s albums. Kocurek said she was looking forward to seeing the band in person and hearing one song in particular.