The self-proclaimed “pizza lady” of San Marcos broke a personal record March 4 for selling the most pizzas in a day.
Bobcats fend off Cowgirls comeback attempt in 4-3 win
The Texas State softball team secured a 4-3 victory against Southland Conference leader McNeese State Wednesday night thanks to two freshmen.
The bottom of the second inning proved to be the only time in the game timely hitting was present for the Bobcats.
San Marcos residents visit Superfly’s for musical variety, sound quality
Many San Martians know Superfly’s Lone Star Music Emporium as a one-stop shop for classic vinyl records, posters and literature.
Zach Jennings, owner, said the store opened about three years ago and features vintage music from a variety of genres.
Continental United States ideal for summer travel
That time has come once again Bobcats. Summer is here—well, almost here.
Students are rallying their study habits for finals and flooding the Rec in an attempt to get those last few crunches in for their “beach bods.” Summer is on the horizon, and as students make their plans for those months of pure R&R, students should look no further than the continental United States.