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Stories create connection: between people, between ideas. And Texas State is full of curious, creative people working together to turn their innovative ideas into reality.

What We Do

We share experiences through written and visual stories that speak volumes. In print, on the web or through the camera, our team seeks out compelling narratives, digs for details and draws out the meaning that matters most. See some of our stories.    

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Social Media

We are the voice behind TXST’s central social media accounts. Via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, through YouTube, SnapChat, LinkedIn and Spotify, our social team shares evocative stories, news and photos. Ready to join the conversation?

Check out our social media site for guidelines, best practices and a directory of Texas State friends to follow.

Video Production

We shoot, edit and produce cinematic videos that showcase the compelling human stories of Texas State. These short films express Bobcat pride and determination, illustrate the impact of original research and highlight how far our academics can take you.

You are welcome to share and embed our high-quality videos from Vimeo and YouTube, or let us know about great leads

man taking a photo in a studio


Photos set the scene across nearly all of our work, and our photographers are experts at capturing evocative Texas State experiences, big and small. We provide curated collections of our best shots and custom photography that tells unique stories.

Visit our photo page to learn more about working with us.


Words suffuse much of what we do. Our writers devote care to selecting just the right words for a variety of contexts: headlines and social media posts, webpage introductions and online essays, positioning statements to help guide a message, even animated text for videos.

Do you have a story to be told? Share it with us!

View editorial style guide


See Work We Don't Do

For our department to maximize and scale our institutional efforts, certain types of work must unfortunately be declined or redirected. 

Research in Ecuador

A group of Texas State students, led by two faculty members, traveled to South America for rigorous fieldwork. Our writer and video producer were along for the ride, and we couldn’t wait to document such an exceptional learning experience.