Italian journalist Lucio Luca joined Texas State March 26 for a special lecture on his latest book.

Luca focused on Sicilian immigrants who found their way to success in the United States. Luca was joined by his editor, Maria Elena Vittorietti, and the only two native Sicilians living in Texas, Fabio and Tiziana Triolo.


Local hangar to undergo renovations

The Central Texas Wing (CenTex) of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) received grant money to refurbish its hangar built in 1942.

CenTex is part of the worldwide Commemorative Air Force. The group in San Marcos is one of 79 units with five wings overseas.


Ragin' Cajuns hit two home runs in 4-0 victory against Bobcats

It was already turning out to be a long day for the Texas State softball team early in the final game of the series against Louisiana-Lafayette. 

The Ragin' Cajuns picked up where they left off in Saturday's 15-2 victory over the Bobcats.


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.