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Faculty Senate discusses goals for upcoming school year

Faculty Senate held its final meeting of the 2016-17 academic school year July 12. As members filed into JCK 880, the faculty senate office, they...

Three things you missed at San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission

The Planning and Zoning Commission for the City of San Marcos held its first public hearing of the month July 11. Here are some...

Student body president launches Twitter account and deletes in less than...

Student body president Connor Clegg launched a new Twitter account. The handle, @POTXST, made its online presence July 10, but was deleted the next...

Financial Aid recipients at risk if courses do not align with...

The federal government policy requires student’s aid eligibility only to be based on courses counting toward the completion of their degree, according to the...

Celebrations occur throughout National Pride Month

Across the nation, various celebrations recognizing LGBTQIA rights and freedoms are taking place in honor and remembrance of the effort toward equality. Although equality...

San Marcos Police Department record second homicide of 2017

Two adults and a 14-year-old juvenile were arrested June 20, related to the death of a New Braunfels man. Law enforcement believe that the three...

Students receive awards from National Science Foundation for graduate research

Two Bobcats were chosen by The National Science Foundation as this year's recipients of the Graduate Research Fellowship Program. The GRFP provides three years of...

San Marcos voters pass city’s first bond election in over a...

In nearly a three-fourths majority, citizens of San Marcos voted in favor of three bond propositions that will benefit public safety, the library and...

Summer hours at Texas State campus

As the semester comes to an end and Bobcats return to their hometowns, various Texas State resources are adjusting their hours. For the students who...

Congress introduced bill to simplify FAFSA

U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) introduced a bill to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which could affect nearly 70 percent...