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Proposal takes place by Bobcat statue

  The second class day wasn’t  just another normal day for one Bobcat. By the end of the day, Yesenia Serna, mathematics sophomore, was newly...

San Antonio’s Mala Luna Festival announces line-up

Mala Luna, San Antonio music festival, announced its music line-up this past Wednesday. Featured artists include, Kevin Gates, Tory Lanez, Rae Sremmurd and Kehlani. Local...

Food delivery application to pair with Texas State and provide free...

Favor, a delivery application is collaborating with Texas State and Chick-Fil-A, Aug. 30th at 11 a.m. to provide a free delivery and chicken sandwich. Nug...

Comfort dogs bring joy to Orlando victims

Man’s best friends have brought their wagging tails to Orlando, hoping to bring smiles to those affected by the Pulse nightclub shooting. The incident has...

Q&A with lead singer of Texas Country band Dolly Shine

The University Star sat down with Zack McGinn, lead singer of Dolly Shine, to discuss the group's third album, Walkabout. Dolly Shine will be having its...

‘Rom-com’ turned tragedy in Romeo and Juliet

Whether in an English class or film rendition, Romeo and Juliet has held its ground as one of the classic love stories. The Texas State’s...

Study could be beneficial for sleepless Bobcats

There never seem to be enough hours in a day for a college student to get everything done—including sleep. Sleep is an essential part of...

Does drinking coffee make you a drug addict?

As the semester continues on full steam ahead and stress brews over finals, many Bobcats turn to their drug of choice, coffee, to keep...

Hays County Fair and Crawfish Boil brings a spice to the...

Ever wanted to ride a helicopter while you lick Cajun crawfish spices off your fingers? Attendees of the first annual Hays County Fair and...

Art betters San Marcos community

Art enthusiasts and community locals enjoyed another Art Squared Art Market Saturday filled with artesian art, crafts, paintings and jewelry. Art Squared—held on the Hays...