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Pro-Trump flyers on Texas State campus call for ‘torture’ of school...

Pro-Trump flyers were found posted in Texas State restrooms and buildings Nov 9., a day after republican candidate Donald Trump was elected into presidency. The...

Pro-Trump flyers on Texas State campus call for ‘torture’ of school...

Pro-Trump flyers were found posted in Texas State restrooms and buildings Nov 9., a day after republican candidate Donald Trump was elected into presidency. The...

Austin Film Festival: Opening Weekend Recap

Writers, actors, producers, directors and film lovers gathered this past weekend for the opening days of the 23rd Annual Austin Film Festival. AFF took place...

The Haunting of Tower Hall

Tower Hall is at the top of the local ghost stories list among Bobcats and local residents. The windows of Tower Hall gradually decrease in...

Found Footage 3D Film Review: A Pave way for Horror

A film within a film, within another film – Found Footage 3D sets itself apart in the genre of Horror at the 23rd Annual...

One Night Film Review: A Love Story for Pessimists

The world premiere of “One Night” explored the beauty and nativity of love Oct. 14 during its screening at the 23rd Annual Austin Film...

ACL Food Finds: Food Trucks

Austin City Limits festival attendees had an array of food to choose from after listening to musicians this past weekend. Better known as “ACL Eats”,...

ACL Weekend Two Wrap Up

Baby boomers and millennials danced during this weekend’s Austin City Limits Music Festival Oct. 7-9. in Zilker Park. Friday  The festival kicked off Friday with...

Witches of San Marcos

Throughout the years, folklore sightings of a witch mother and daughter duo haunting the San Marcos River have been seen. Genevieve Gery and daughter Isabelle...

Proposal takes place by Bobcat statue

  The second class day wasn’t  just another normal day for one Bobcat. By the end of the day, Yesenia Serna, mathematics sophomore, was newly...