A growing number of students are attending Texas State, but President Denise Trauth believes the mantra of the university’s community continues to be “big but small.”

News

Texas voter ID law stands as midterm elections approach

The Supreme Court ruled Oct. 18 that Texas is allowed to use the new voter identification law for the Nov. 4 midterm election.

Early voting in Texas began Monday. Individuals casting their votes were asked to present one of seven forms of approved identification.

Opinions of the new law are split, often along party lines.

Sports

Storylines to watch: Texas State vs. Louisiana-Monroe

Last year's meeting: Texas State held Louisiana-Monroe to 192 yards and 3.1 yards per play in its 21-14 loss last season. The Warhawks capitalized on a pair of interceptions from Tyler Jones, sophomore quarterback, and the defense stifled the Bobcats’ passing offense.

Opinions

State-mandated course evaluations must be made more accessible online

Every year students fill out a course and professor evaluation, giving critiques and reviews over the class and the instructors. However, not many students know where exactly to find these mandatory reviews. Therefore, Texas State University needs to do a better job of promoting and informing students of these potentially helpful evaluations.