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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...

Bobcat for a Day introduces ‘Baby Bobcats’ to campus life

Texas State students got the opportunity to take their very own ‘baby Bobcats’ under their wing during the 7th Annual Bobcat for a Day...

Art enthusiasts discover new treasures at Downtown Gallery Night

Local art aficionados had the opportunity to enjoy a night of free art through the streets of downtown San Marcos. People gathered Thursday when the...

Q&A with Flea In Her Ear Actor

Texas State Department of Theatre and Dance will be showcasing A Flea In Her Ear, April 5-10. The University Star sat down with Matthew Drake...

Norma’s Rest brings personal connection to audience

Norma’s Rest follows the unique journey of a half-way house, occupied by dark pasts but glued together by the gutty, spirited, cancer-stricken character of...

Bobcats take on SXSW

A few lucky Bobcats will indulge in the perks of Austin’s music, film and interactive festival South by Southwest. SXSW will be taking place Mar....

Texas State Wind Symphony brings poetry to life

Thanks to the Texas State Wind Symphony, audience members experienced a night of poetry and music combined. The symphony premiered Robert Beaser’s “The End of...

Bobcats believe in own love story

“All You Need Is Love” seemed to become the new tune this year after the White House was lit in an array of rainbow...

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee brings night of laughter

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee allowed audience members to relive their elementary grade school days. Texas State’s department of theater and dance showcased...