State-of-the-art research equipment valued at over $1 million was donated to the College of Science and Engineering June 30 to further student and faculty research.

News

Texas Parks and Wildlife employee dies by carbon monoxide poisoning

A Texas Parks and Wildlife employee was the victim of a fatal industrial accident earlier this afternoon at the A.E. Wood State Fish Hatchery in San Marcos.

Opinions

Student PDA on campus inappropriate, unnecessary

When in public, displaying affection for a significant other should be kept to a bare minimum out of respect for passersby.

As a single person, watching two people make out on my way to class is not the way that I want to start my day. Affection should be expressed but should be kept to a minimum to avoid upsetting the stomachs of fellow students.

Sports

Beyond the Game: Lauren Kirch

Incoming freshman blocker Lauren Kirch’s decision process to play at Texas State was unlike most student athletes. Kirch placed her education at an equal, if not higher, priority than her collegiate sports career, and that landed her in San Marcos.

Video

Habitat for Humanity

San Marcos' president of Habitat for Humanity discusses the missions of the volunteer-run organization.