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Weekend watch: Hurricane Harvey

Update: Aug. 28. 12:23 p.m. The Hays County and city of San Marcos joint emergency operations center deactivated Monday morning. All city offices are operating...

Gov. Abbott’s special session adjourns half completed

Gov. Greg Abbott’s Special Legislative Session ended Aug. 15 with 11 measures passed on his 20-item agenda. Abbott called lawmakers back for the special session...

San Marcos City Council calls additional meeting to discuss “sanctuary cities”...

San Marcos City Council is considering a motion to authorize the filing of an amicus curiae brief on behalf of the city in opposition...

Q&A with student body vice president Jackie Merritt

Student Government Vice President Jackie Merritt was sworn into office May 5. Merritt was elected to the Senate, then voted to Senate Pro Tempore. She...

Special Session: First bills get to governor’s desk

Going into the last five days of the Special Legislative Session, Gov. Greg Abbott’s agenda is three for 20 items. Here is what you...

Texas Democrats oppose conservative special session agenda

As the Special Legislative Session is concluding its second week of the 30-day schedule, Texas Democrats remain in opposition to the conservative agenda and...

Special session wrap up: Over the halfway mark

More than halfway through Gov. Greg Abbott’s Special Legislative Session, the Senate has completed nearly all items on the agenda while the House still has...

Why Texas State releases new logo for athletic department

The Office of University Marketing released a new logo recognizing the well-known abbreviation TXST. The logo is in addition to other Texas State logos,...

Texas State announces release of new logo

Texas State has released an official new logo for branding the university's abbreviation TXST. The logo has drawn in criticism and praise from students....

Week two of the special session wraps up

Following week two of the special session, the Senate is speeding through the agenda, while the House is just passing the priority legislation. Here...