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Appeal against campus carry in Austin files for appeal

Students at the University of Texas at Austin continue to speak out against campus carry as a case against it is filed in the...

Wimberley man released by ICE officials

After protest and petitions, a Wimberley family will hold a press conference Feb. 21 after the return of their father who was detained by...

Students attend Student Government public forum to speak to president

On Feb. 5, at approximately 5:45 p.m., the march organized by the Pan-African Action Committee to impeach student body President Connor Clegg, departed from...

Law enforcement, ICE detain Wimberley resident after traffic violation

Update: Feb. 7, 2:40 p.m. Organizers from the community group Mano Amiga have circulated a petition Feb, 7. for the release of Avendano-Ramirez. Organizer's are asking the public to sign...

SDI host 34th MLK Commemoration

The office of Student Diversity and Inclusion hosted the 34th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Celebration. The celebration started with a march at...

Texas State: a bike-friendly campus

This November, Texas State was named one of 46 Bicycle Friendly Universities in the nation by the League of American Cyclists. The League of American...

Housing rates increasing from semester-to-semester

The increase in rent prices has become evident on several student housing apartments in the San Marcos area. Texas State students have no other...

Abolish cancerous red meats

The World Health Organization has concluded that everyone’s favorite pig pickings, bacon and ham, can lead to cancer. Recently, WHO has made public its frightening...

Technology, a blessing and a curse

Technology is both a blessing and a curse. Technology is here to help, but there have been particular cases where these tools have done the...

Talk It Out

How racial monikers harm society By Evelin Garcia Tension among races has always existed, but categorizing humans based on the color of their...