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Traditions continue at this year’s Wurstfest

From bratwurst and schnitzel to bread pudding and lebkuchen, there is plenty of German fare to go around and surely a pitcher of hoppy...

Notable BMX stars ride into San Marcos

Ramps, bikes and professional riders performing high jumps and dangerous tricks took over Boyhood Alley this weekend. The inaugural Lost River Film Fest hosted Wheelz-N'-Reelz...

The Dead live on at Tales and Tours

The dead came back to life at the 5th annual Tales and Tours event hosted by The Friends of the San Marcos Cemetery where...

Indie film set in Wonder World Park to premiere at Lost...

Wonder World Park might sound like a tourist attraction from the '80s rather than a movie set, but for one indie film director it...

Student activist initiates challenge to end poverty

A group of students are forming a new organization called the Oxfam Club, to make a lasting change in pursuit of their goal to...

Student competes at Sacred Springs Powwow

A Texas State student competed in an annual Native American festival honoring her culture and celebrating the country amid a community of indigenous people. The...

Wittliff hires curator for new Texas music collection

Texas music has deep roots in the Texas Hill Country, which is why directors at the Wittliff Collections decided to begin a collection centered...

Students follow trend in delivery dining

San Marcos has seen a rise in delivery services in recent years, now adding UberEATS to the list of services students are turning to...

Students react to sorority’s costume themes allegedly appropriating cultures

Over the weekend, students tweeted concerns over alleged cultural appropriation occurring within the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, gaining attention from over four thousand users and students. Sorority...

Students can view the final meals of 700 former death row...

July 8, 1999, Oklahoma: six tacos, six doughnuts and a cherry Coke. Julie Green, painter and art professor at Oregon State University, read this last...