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Coming up: Library special events

When most students go to the library, they don’t expect to come across a board game from the ‘90s or the opportunity to meet...

Texas State to celebrate family weekend

Families of Texas State students are invited to spend time with their Bobcat Sept. 18-19 during this year’s Family Weekend. Jennifer Wood, assistant director of...

What to consider when choosing a major

With hundreds of majors to choose from, it can often be challenging for students to pick one area to focus on. Choosing a major is...

Season preview: Fine arts schedule jam-packed for school year

The Texas State Department of Theatre and Dance plans to showcase a variety of performances during the academic year. Students should be on the...

Rattle Snake Run 5k joins athletics with community

Runners of all ages gathered at San Marcos High School (SMHS) starting line Aug. 22 to take part in the 2nd annual RattleSnake Run...

Top 5 best hiking spots in San Marcos

San Marcos is home to many hiking trails that allow students to enjoy the city’s natural beauty while getting their cardio on. Although the...

Professor uses geographic profiling to fight crime, disease

A partnership between two professors led to the recently uncovered new tool to combat infectious disease and terrorism. Kim Rossmo, Texas State criminology professor, and...

Professor solves photo mystery, again

A recent discovery made by a group of physics professors has many people talking about Alfred Eisenstaedt’s iconic photograph, “V-J Day in Times Square.” Steven...

Rhea’s Ice Cream to remain open

Rhea's Ice Cream will remain open, with new management, after the ice cream shop's owner declared the business would close back in April. Lindsey Belk,...

Doctoral student receives funding for concrete research

One Texas State student took matters into his own hands after realizing he would need additional funding to support his research. Ash Kotwal, materials science,...