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Student Body President Connor Clegg issues first veto

At the Oct. 16 meeting, Student Government passed four resolutions, three of which were ordinarily voted on and one was read as an emergency...

Student Government passes resolution to inform students of immigrant’s rights

Student Government voted on a resolution to begin an awareness campaign for immigrant's rights Oct. 23. In addition, two City Council candidates spoke to...

Annual Student Government roundtable discusses issues of campus

Student Government representatives, students and Texas State administration met Oct. 9 at Student Government’s annual roundtable event and asked questions ranging from adding an...

Student Government subcommittee serving international and immigrant students meets for first...

Following the vote on the piece of legislation that would add an immigration attorney as an on-campus resource, Student Government representatives met in a...

University Strategic Plan developed with students in mind

As Texas State experiences rapid growth, the administration has to adjust for the physical growth of the campus and the goals and objectives of...

Student Government hosts roundtable and pass resolutions

During the Oct. 9 Student Government meeting, two pieces of legislation passed, both pertaining to Bobcat’s understanding of their rights on campus. The Bobcat Freedom...

Student Government passes resolution to recognize breast cancer awareness month

The Student Government meeting, held Oct. 2, included a resolution to honor and support Breast Cancer Awareness month and an open forum where students...

Legislation to bring an immigration attorney to campus fails by one...

Student Government met Sept. 25 to vote, debate and hear student commentary regarding the possibility of bringing an immigration attorney to campus. Alex Molina, political science...

Student Government votes on bringing an immigration attorney to campus

Student Government met Sept. 25 to vote on five pieces of legislation. One piece of legislation called for bringing an immigration attorney to campus,...

Judge blocks Texas’ newest voter ID law

U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos of Corpus Christi, a Texas State distinguished alumna, issued an injunction permanently barring Texas from enforcing its voter...