The Official Student Newspaper of Tarleton State University since 1919

the JTAC

The Official Student Newspaper of Tarleton State University since 1919

the JTAC

The Official Student Newspaper of Tarleton State University since 1919

the JTAC

Living a life that is both satisfying and productive
Bailey Marks, Staff Writer • May 22, 2022

Becoming the best version of yourself is essential to living the most productive and successful life you can live. It is easy to get complacent in your current situation and...

Shop locally at The Purple Tractor
Atzhari Madera, Staff Writer • April 29, 2022

The Purple Tractor is a merchandising, teaching laboratory created for and operated by students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. It is located at the Tarleton...

College life on the spectrum
College life on the spectrum
Ronique Caldwell, Staff Writer • April 22, 2022

When people talk about autism we often hear them say it is a different ability rather than a disability as they more commonly talk about or around the person while rarely...

Jewish Cowboys
April 13, 2022
Spring has sprung
April 13, 2022
115 Pounds
115 Pounds
March 29, 2022
A whole lot of nothing
Ronique Caldwell, Creative Editor • May 28, 2022

Almost everyone has that show or movie that feels like only they have seen, that almost feels like a fever dream because everyone you ever asked...

Girls gone wild
Girls gone wild
Bailey Marks, Staff Writer • May 27, 2022

If you are looking for a new show to binge-watch for the summer, I have one for you to try. The Netflix Original Series, Selling Sunset, is the...

The Blinders are binge worthy
The Blinders are binge worthy
Kendall Thompson, Staff Writer • May 26, 2022

Have nothing to watch while you are home for the summer? Want to tap into history that is entertaining? Well, you are in luck, Peaky Blinders...

Beat the heat
Lauren Carey, Staff Writer • May 20, 2022

When most Texans think of summer, they think of scorching temperatures of up to 110℉, any form of H20 to escape the heat, and sunburn out the wazoo....

Trust your instincts
Trust your instincts
Ashton Cox, Content Editor • May 18, 2022

Growing up, my love for animals was beyond anything else. No matter who it belonged to, what breed, how old, etc, I would give my undivided attention to...

Finding Peace in the Silence
Finding Peace in the Silence
Bailey Marks, Staff Writer • May 16, 2022

As the spring semester winds down, we see cars coming and going on campus, and many people packing their vehicles to move home. However, if you are like...

Demonstrators assemble near the Supreme Court on May 3
Is this still about human rights?
Ronique Caldwell, Staff Writer • May 5, 2022

On May 2, 2022, the general public was subject to information that may change the way people with uteri are treated in America. A leaked draft...

Fentanyl overdoses surge, considered an epidemic
Jessica Blakely, Staff Writer • April 29, 2022

Cases of fentanyl overdoses are rising in the United States, and spiked in March around the time  schools went on  spring break.  Fentanyl...

Archives/ Old Papers
Living a life that is both satisfying and productive
Bailey Marks, Staff Writer • May 22, 2022

Becoming the best version of yourself is essential to living the most productive and successful life you can live. It is easy to get complacent in your...

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I can let go of negativity
I can let go of negativity
Ronique Caldwell, Creative Editor • May 17, 2022

Over the past seventy years, the way that mental health issues have been addressed, recognized, and discussed has changed exponentially. In the more recent...

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Finals, all-nighters, and tears. Oh my!
Tatum Brubaker, Staff Writer • April 29, 2022

With the end of the semester drawing to a close, it is easy to get discouraged and burnt-out. But now is not the time to give up! Summer break is right...

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