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African-American Studies minor to roll out in fall 2019

  By Yunuen Alvaredo A new African American Studies minor will be rolling out in the fall of 2019, focusing on the African diaspora. This minor will...
Pathway is an invitation-only program.

Pathway Program students say they face pushback

By Hannah Wisterman Because of a little-known program at Texas State, a small group of students said they faced pressure and numerous difficulties that traditional...
Candidates for congressional and local offices sit left to right: Joseph Kopser, Jovan Poursamadi, Erin Zwiener, Rebecca Bell-Metereau and Ruben Becerra. The candidates were invited by students to discuss ideas on gun reform

Students lead town hall to discuss youth activism, gun laws

By Ashley Skinner Students across the U.S. led a Town Hall for Our Lives event April 7, calling on congressional candidates to answer questions from...
Photo by Austin Hall.

Local kill for a cause

By: Austin Hall How did I end up swimming in the river at night during an ice storm for five hours? I asked myself this...
One of We Are Blood's mobile units.

Blood drive to help community in crisis

By: Addison McKissack Hays County is in a critical shortage of O-negative blood and with the current flu outbreak, the amount of people who regularly...

Slow start to a season’s favorite crustacean

By: Wesley Higgins Crawfish are making their way back into the boilers after a long harsh winter delayed the start of the crawfish season. Crawfish farmers expect...
Joe and Rita Rollins took part in the Naturalization Celebration: Ceremony of Citizenship organized by the Hispanic Policy Network.

A couple’s love transcends borders

One application, an interview, a test and $725 later, Rita Rollins was one of over 100 people to pledge allegiance to the United States...
Elijah Miller and Emari Shelvin launched their campaign on Jan. 23.

Miller-Shelvin: Bobcats should take action

Texas State is home to nearly 40,000 Bobcats. Our campus is beautifully diverse in a multitude of ways, and that makes our university all...
Former Student Government President Brooklyn Boreing, left, and former Student Government President Ruben Becerra Jr., right, won as the 2018-19 president and vice president. They're both out of office now.

Boreing-Becerra: Giving back to a loving campus

Advocacy, philanthropy, love, law and the intricacies of philosophy and ideology run throughout my veins. It is Texas State and the individuals I have...
Nieves, Sears hope to split complacency among voters

Nieves-Sears: Legal precedents support social justice

As recent events both on and off campus demonstrate, race remains a hot-button political issue. Historical oppression and privilege still affect us today, shaping...