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Freshmen work together to weather the storm on campus

Freshmen joined together to combat tropical storm Harvey after Texas State administrators sent out emails regarding the Monday cancellation of classes and instructions to...

How Bobcats survived power outages, flash flood warnings

Bobcats across San Marcos experienced power outages and emergency flash flood warnings due to tropical storm Harvey. These conditions trapped students in their apartments as...

Things to know during tropical storm Harvey

Hurricane Harvey hit landfall near Corpus Christi Aug. 25 as a category 4 storm. A category 4 classification is the second highest and winds...

Community stands in solidarity at the Charlottesville vigil in San Marcos

The Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., left one person dead and many across the country angry, sad and concerned. The Black Lives...

From Lolita’s to Loli’s: local business thrives amidst adversity

One of San Marcos’ favorite breakfast taco joints continues to thrive within the community despite legal battles over its name. Loli’s Café, previously named Lolita’s,...

Texas State sweethearts share their story

Two of Texas State’s sweethearts will be tying the knot this fall, and their story can hopefully provide other Bobcats some insight on love...

Float Fest 2017: Sunday Recap

The second and final day of the annual Float Fest roared on Sunday after campers and attendees took their second rounds of floating through...

Float Fest 2017: Saturday Recap

Float Fest 2017 began with helicopter rides and hundreds of festival-goers floating the river in the midst of 100-degree heat in  Martindale. Crowds from...

Senior joins team intending to change the social media game

A senior at Texas State withdrew from a full semester of classes to join a team of creators in starting a company called The...

Student-alumni couple brew up new coffee shop

Students and locals can now add Ciao Coffee, a new family-owned cafe, to their list of favorite java joints. A close walk from campus,...