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Texas State actress fills big shoes in Evita role

One Texas State theater student is following in the footsteps of Patti LuPone and Madonna. Michaela Boissonneault, musical theater junior, is living her dream role...

Local event lets residents sip while they shop

On Nov. 13 the San Marcos Main Street Program hosted the third annual Wine and Wassail Walk. Samantha Armbruster, Main Street Program manager, said the...

Texas State welcomes new symphony director

A transformation is underway within the Texas State Symphony Orchestra. Carolyn Watson, director of orchestral studies, was recently appointed as the new director of the...

Fall Carnival delivers fun, safe Halloween activities

Princess Elsa, R2-D2, Spider-Man, and Doctor Who were all in attendance at this years Farmer Fred’s Harvest Carnival in Plaza Park. The San Marcos Parks...

Farmer Fred’s Harvest Fall Carnival postponed due to weather

San Marcos residents who hoped to attend Farmers Fred’s Harvest Fall Carnival Oct. 24 will have to adjust their calendars. The event has been postponed...

Best Happy Hour: Zelicks

San Marcos residents have the chance to step back to the 1930s by visiting Zelicks Ice House, owned by brothers Chase and Seth Katz. Devin...

British opera relatable for Texas State audiences

Audience members will have the opportunity to witness a classic love triangle and explore the class systems of 1800s London when the Texas State...

Student organization T-Shirt sparks conversation

With the help of a T-shirt, the Texas State College Democrats have found a new way to spark a political conversation on campus and...

History of Cheatham Street Warehouse

Since opening its doors in 1974, Cheatham Street Warehouse has served as a music oasis for San Marcos locals and Texas State students. Blaine Moore,...

Texas State Professor makes impact in School of Music

One Texas State professor has performed on stages spanning across six continents. Ian Davidson, oboe player and Regents’ and University Distinguished Professor, has been an...