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Q&A with City Council Place 1 candidate Lisa Prewitt

QUESTION: If you are re-elected, how do you plan to help balance development with the environmental measures necessary to protect our river? ANSWER: Well, it’s...

Indigenous Peoples Day

Those born during previous generations typically recognize Oct. 10 as Columbus Day, but more and more individuals are substituting it in favor of Indigenous...

Black Lives Matter: Effects on campus and off

In recent years, few ethical issues have been as divisive or uniquely American as police brutality, particularly in regard to racial prejudice. An increase in...

Black Lives Matter: Effects on campus and off

In recent years, few ethical issues have been as divisive or uniquely American as police brutality, particularly in regard to racial prejudice. An increase in...

College Republicans back after two-year hiatus

After a two year hiatus, the College Republicans at Texas State has resurged and has an active presence on campus this semester. The College Republicans,...

Unsanctioned personal items to be removed from city cemetery

Residents can expect to see the San Marcos City Cemetery, home to over 20,000 burial sites, a little busier than usual throughout the first...

Ella Lofts residents move in 13 days late

The lack of readily-available, affordable housing on or near campus has plagued Texas State students in recent years, and continues to do so as...

Endowment compliance workshop open for registration

In her annual convocation speech, President Denise Trauth characterized the university’s recent growth in scholarship endowments as “outstanding”. However, some feel general awareness of...

Drowning case investigation ongoing

The investigation being conducted by the San Marcos Police Department into the drowning death of 4-year-old Dixon Ramirez Valdez remains ongoing. Officers on the scene...

Campus Carry to be implemented August 1

In accordance with a mandate from the Texas Legislature, all public institutions of higher learning are required to make accommodations for the concealed carrying...