Senate Bill 11, which would allow campus carry of firearms, has passed through the second stage in the State Senate and is awaiting a vote.


Student housing construction projects continue in correlation with enrollment increase

Off-campus student housing may outpace enrollment without communication between San Marcos and Texas State planning officials.

Steady growth in enrollment coincides with construction of off-campus student apartment projects, despite a lack of coordination between city and university planners.


Bobcats open conference season on the road

The Texas State softball team begins conference play Saturday against Georgia Southern after four tournaments resulting in an 11-10 record.


Net neutrality ruling beneficial, must be upheld

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled 3-2 Feb. 25 to protect the current neutrality of the Internet.

This ruling represents a small win, but the war has just begun. Some corporations and entities are attempting to file lawsuits in order to get the courts to potentially overturn the FCC’s decision.