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Exsar Arguello

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Former Assistant News Editor

Student by day, Uber driver by night

Uber came to San Marcos this summer and is making it possible for residents to travel in an innovative and accessible way. According to the...

Annual city council debate brings heated discussion

City council candidates engaged in a lively conversation at The University Star’s annual debate Wednesday night at the LBJ Student Center. Frank Arredondo and Scott...

Voter Registration comes to a close

City council’s campaign season for the Nov. 3 election and the presidential primaries are in full swing. Early voting starts Oct. 19 and ends Oct....

Hays County Jail exceeds maximum capacity

Hays County Jail is breaking Texas regulation by allowing the facility to run at full inmate capacity. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards,...

North LBJ construction finishes with ribbon cutting ceremony

Mayor Daniel Guerrero, city council members and citizens joined together Tuesday morning at the corner of North LBJ and Forest Street for a ribbon...

Amazon selects San Marcos as a ‘prime’ location for new facility

The eighth corporation on Forbes’ list of most innovative companies in the world will host its grand opening in San Marcos next December. Amazon is...

University on the brink of changing commencement policy

Some Texas State parents have been forced to watch their children graduate on a television screen in an overflow room due to overpopulation at...

City honors fallen 9/11 victims 14 years later

Community members bowed their heads for a moment of silence this morning at City Hall as the San Marcos Fire Department Honor Guard raised...

Lower AP scores may be accepted under HB 1992

Future Bobcats may receive more college credit from Advanced Placement exam scores than before due to lower requirements implemented by new legislation passed by...

Multicultural Greek life picks up pace on campus

Campus Greek life was in full motion last week as fraternities and sororities flooded The Quad looking to recruit new members. In an attempt to...