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The aftermath of the deadly July 20 fire at Iconic Village Apartments.

Remembering Dru, Belinda, Haley, David and James

Today marks four months since the tragedy of the Iconic Apartment fire. In honor of the lives lost, we are republishing this story that...
Police Lights, siren

SWAT team takes aggravated robbery suspects in custody

The Hays County and San Marcos SWAT team arrested aggravated robbery suspects Friday afternoon at a San Marcos apartment complex on the 300 Block...

ALERRT Center receives grant to train law enforcement for active shooter...

Texas State's Texas State's Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Center received an $8.7 million Community Outreach Policing Services grant by the U.S. Department...

2018 General Election Results

Mayoral candidate Jane Hughson was elected as mayor of San Marcos Nov. 6, inching a 775-vote win over incumbent John Thomaides. Hughson won the election...

Amid voter suppression outcry, Democrats bus brings students to polls

The Texas Democratic Party made an impromptu stop at Texas State on Friday to allow students to vote during their statewide bus tour after...

VOTING 2018: Meet the City Council Place 6 candidates

Juan Miguel Arredondo: Texas State alumnus Juan Miguel Arredondo is running with a platform for increasing affordable housing, managing San Marcos' growth and creating a...
Secretary of Education Betsy Devos

Texas State Title IX rules may change under DeVos

Editor's Note: the Title IX victim's name has been changed to Jane Smith to protect their identity. U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' unofficial...
Ms. Naomi Shihab Nye reading to an audience including Texas State students at Malvern Books in Austin, TX

Award-winning author and poet joins Texas State faculty

Author and poet Naomi Shihab Nye has joined Texas State's creative writing faculty as a creative writing professor for two years to share her...
Dr. Samuel Saldivar, assistant professor of English, talking to students about research of popular culture depictions of Latinx/Chicanx culture

Liberal Arts kicks off Innovation Week by engaging students in research

Texas State's Innovation Week kicked off Sept. 24 with a College of Liberal Arts showcase featuring faculty research and inviting students to engage in...
Photo of integrated app utilized to record data on higher math comprehension in K-12 students

Texas State awarded $1.9 million to advance student access to math

Texas State received a $1.9 million grant on Sept. 6, to create an app to help engage elementary and middle school students in math. The National...