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Shayan Faradineh

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Citizens ask city council to apply for preservation loan

San Marcos City Council met Tuesday to pass the budget for fiscal Year 2018, analyze the city’s effectiveness during Hurricane Harvey and determine the...

Planning and Zoning Commission extends alcohol permits for three restaurants

The San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission met Sept. 12 to motion the sale of alcohol of three restaurants. All motions unanimously passed. The commission...

San Marcos community gathers outside city hall to remember 9/11

Members of San Marcos assembled outside City Hall Sept. 11 to remember and honor the lives that were lost on 16 years ago. The ceremony...

TEDx coming to Texas State in October

TEDx are self-organized, local events that bring communities to share a TED-like experience. TEDx will be organized on campus Oct. 21, from 9:30 a.m....

Faculty Senate: Five topics discussed in Wednesday’s meeting

Faculty Senators met to expand on discussions from the previous week, pertaining to the goals of the academic year. Members elaborated on topics including enrollment,...

Male suspect exposes himself to student near Bobcat Village

A female student reported an incident of a man exposing himself at Bobcat Village. The incident occurred around 6:45 p.m., Sept. 6 at building...

Students respond to Trump’s decision on DACA

Documented and undocumented students showed their response to President Donald Trump’s decision on rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival act. Students gathered on...

City of San Marcos discusses sharing services and budget

The San Marcos City Council met Sept. 5 to negotiate and discuss a 29-item agenda, including ride and bike share services, the budget for...

Student Government launches initiative to bring free textbooks to Texas State

Student Body President Connor Clegg and Vice President Jackie Merritt spent the summer meeting with professors, faculty and administrators to bring open educational resources...

Board of Regents approves 10-year growth plan for Texas State campuses

As Texas State continues to break the enrollment record for the19th consecutive year, President Denise Trauth presented a master plan to the Texas State...