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Brigeda Hernandez

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City launches Business Improvement and Growth grant program

The city of San Marcos is now accepting applications for the Business Improvement and Growth grant program. Open to small business owners within the downtown...

Study Abroad Program broadens horizon

Bobcats have several options when choosing a study abroad experience. Students can choose among faculty-led, international exchange, affiliated and non-affiliated programs. Most faculty-led programs take place...

Bobcat Bobbies and Cats on the Go provide safe rides home

Any student concerned about walking back to a car or residence hall late at night can take advantage of the Bobcat Bobbies, provided by...

SMPD honors Travis Elementary

Members of the San Marcos Police Department honored Travis Elementary School Wednesday afternoon for their bravery and diligence during the All Saints Day flood...

CM Allen construction to begin next year

San Marcos roads will undergo even more construction beginning in early 2017. City officials have decided to reconfigure CM Allen Parkway from Hopkins Street to...

Don’t Rush Campaign encourages alternative transportation

To encourage commuters in the greater Austin area to leave their cars and use public transportation, the Capital Area Rural Transportation System will be...

Students fight for creation of student tuition advisory board

As tuition continues to increase at public universities nationwide, some students are pushing for more transparency when it comes to how their money is...

Controversial Lindsey Hill development awaits decision from city

The San Marcos City Council will make a final decision on the controversial potential development at Lindsey Hill, located at the corner of W. Hutchison...

Main Street Program is succeeding

City council members received a presentation by Samantha Armbruster, Main Street Program director, of the program’s success at the meeting Tuesday night. Members of the...

Questions remain regarding next phase of Campus Carry

As implementation of campus carry approaches, some of the finer details still need to be discussed. University officials published President Denise Trauth’s recommendations for the...