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Associate justices, legislation approved at Student Goverment's second meeting

Associate justices, legislation approved at Student Goverment’s second meeting

Three pieces were passed unanimously during Student Government's second meeting of the semester. The first, the "Rides for Cats Authorization Act," was defined as an...
Campaigns emerge as Student Government elections approach

Campaigns emerge as Student Government elections approach

By Jan. 23, three campaigns announced bids for Student Government president and vice president for the 2018-19 academic year within 24 hours of each...
Student Government holds first spring meeting

Student Government holds first spring meeting

Student Government kicked off its spring legislative session on Monday by reading two pieces aimed at saving students time and money. The two pieces, the...
free textbooks at the bookstore

Free textbooks initiative aims for state legislature

Last semester, Student Government launched an initiative to bring Open Education Resources to Texas State. Initially scheduled to be implemented spring 2018, the initiative...

Man critically injured after crashing stolen vehicle

Update, Dec. 11 at 11:43 a.m.: Michael Ray Russell was taken off life support Dec. 9 at 12:45 a.m. and died immediately after, according...
Flags fly at half staff Dec. 6 as businesses on the square illuminate with blue lights in respect to the fallen officer.

San Marcos police officer shot

Update: Funeral arrangements have been made at the Thomason Funeral Home. The public is welcome to Officer Copeland’s visitation, from 2-10 p.m Dec. 12. The...

Last Student Government meeting of the semester yields four passed pieces

Four pieces of legislation passed Monday night, at the last Student Government meeting of the fall semester. These four pieces were read to the body...
Nohely Chavez, athletic training freshman, hands in her Texas State ID for a meal swipe Nov. 27 at Jones Dining Hall.

Student Government utilizes unused swipes

Student Government, in conjunction with Chartwells dining services, passed legislation to “swipe out hunger” across campus, utilizing students' leftover meal swipes. This allows students with...
Students walking around in front of the LBJ building

Student Goverment reads resolutions ranging from DACA to student organizations

Student Government's Monday night meeting began with a moment of silence for Matthew Ellis before reading five resolutions. Additionally, Nellie Perry was sworn in as...

Student Government plans to “Swipe Out” student hunger with new program

Student Government proposed a resolution during their meeting Monday, that would bring awareness to student hunger. Student Government, partnered with Chartwell Dining Services, is drafting...