Start Smart: 9 Ways to Get Your Semester and Studies on Track
By Texas State SLAC
Start smart! Reconnect with study partners from previous semesters.
Welcome back, Bobcats! As you kick off another semester at Texas State University, you face the task of re-establishing your academic routines and habits. To help you get your semester started right, the Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC) has a nine time-tested suggestions. Continue reading
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Louise Erdrich to share many voices, many stories at Wittliff Collections
By A.J. Ortega
Louise Erdrich comes from many worlds and can be identified as many things. She is the daughter of a Chippewa Indian and German American, a businesswoman, a mother, a poet and a New York Times bestselling writer. But, ultimately, she is a storyteller. She has a voice.
Erdich will share her voice with the Texas State community through a reading and book signing on Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the Wittliff Collections. She also will read at the Katherine Anne Porter House in Kyle on Friday, April 6. Both events are free and open to the public. Continue reading
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