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Texas State honors LULAC for work in gender empowerment

Members of the League of United Latin American Citizens, LULAC, were recognized for advocating equality through diverse voices with the 2016 Outstanding Gender Empowerment...

FAFSA to start accepting applications in October

This fall, adjustments will be made to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid system to simplify the application process for aspiring students striving...

BR3T addresses unmet flood recovery needs

San Marcos residents who fell victim to major flooding last year had the chance to speak with the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team, otherwise...

Geography department brings expert insight to NASA

Faculty and students in Texas State’s geography department actively contribute work to NASA through a partnership with Jacobs Engineering. Among different projects, students work to...

Texas Environmental Flows Initiative innovates sustainable water usage, honored by White...

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State and initiative partners were honored by the the White House Water Summit for...

Students open hookah lounge

From full time students to dream-chasing hearts, three Texas State students turned their aspirations into a reality when they opened the doors of Bad...

An adviser’s take on how to choose a minor

Students often face confusion and uncertainty when choosing their minor and often end up unsure whether to choose one for the fun of learning...

Fourteenth annual Bobcat Build set to have record breaking participation

Texas State students will have an opportunity to express their gratitude to the San Marcos community April 2 by participating in the 14th annual...

New housing development has vision to establish a booming community within...

Aimed toward the baby boomer generation, Brookfield Residential Properties Inc. plans to present the San Marcos community with a new housing development known as...

Blanco River Reforestation Project plants life into what was lost

TreeFolks, an Austin-based nonprofit organization, is working to rehabilitate the Hays County environment following the historic May and October floods that ravaged Central Texas...