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Ayla Hanson, Insomnia Cookies employee, scoops ice cream Oct. 1 onto a freshly baked cookie.

Best places for late night snacking on the Square

The majority of restaurants and bars in San Marcos close between 10-12 p.m. However, the Square offers a few options for some unique late-night...
Mark Foster of Foster the People throws his hands to the sky Oct. 6 at Austin City Limits Music Festival.

Locals, musicians show off their best at ACL

Austin City Limits Music Festival weekend one came to a close Oct. 8 night after three days of live music, silent discos, local eats...
Russ throws his hands in the air Oct. 7 during his performance at Austin City Limits music festival.

ACL Recap: Day two brings skydivers, knee injuries and technical difficulties

Day two of the Austin City Limits music festival hosted highly anticipated headliners including the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chance the Rapper. During day...
Oliver Sim of the XX looks to the crowd Oct. 6 during their performance at Austin City Limits music festival.

ACL Recap: Jay-Z and The xx take over night one

The first night of the Austin City Limits music festival went off without a hitch and drew a diverse crowd much like its line-up...
Journalists meet to reflect on election coverage, investigating the president and the issues investigative journalists currently face.

Texas Tribune Festival expresses need for accountability journalism

Journalists meet to reflect on election coverage, investigating the president and the issues investigative journalists currently face. The Texas Tribune festival held a series of...
Garnet Coleman, Democratic state rep., Sharen Butterworth, chairwoman of the El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium, Four Price, Republican state rep., and John Burress, CEO of Metrocare Services, discuss the mental health reform Sept. 23 during the annual Texas Tribune Festival in Austin.

Officials gather to discuss the future of mental health reform

Members of the Texas House of Representatives joined a panel discussion during the 7th annual Texas Tribune Festival Sept. 23 alongside mental health professionals...

Hollywood playwright at Black and Latino Playwrights Conference

Josephina Lopez was honored at this year’s Black and Latino Playwrights Conference, where she spoke about her struggles as a Latina actress and playwright...
Artists stand near their mermaid creations Sept. 16 during the unveiling of the ten new statues at the Aqua Faire, held at San Marcos Plaza Park.

Mermaids splash through downtown

Ten decorated mermaid statues were unveiled Sept. 16 as part of the main event of Mermaid Aqua Faire following the downtown Mermaid Parade. Arts Commission...
Photograph of Diann McCabe

Honors College Director of Academic Development retires after over two decades...

The Honors College celebrated Diann McCabe's retirement after 20 years of service and dedication to the university and the community. Students and faculty of the...
Texas State students held a silent demonstration on the steps of Alkek Library Sept. 5 in response to Trump's decision to rescind DACA.

Undocumented students find acceptance in student organization

Undocumented students founded an organization of their own on campus, which they now lean on for support in the current political climate. The Student Community...