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Bringing Democracy to Texas State

The Discourse in Democracy series was initiated by Dr. Kenneth Grasso, political science professor, with the goal to get students more politically involved. The program,...

Meet Your Representative: Samantha Martinez

What began as a way to serve her fellow high school students started a path in politics that led her to becoming the 2016-17...

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,...

New H-E-B sparks disagreements in San Marcos

The proposal of a third H-E-B has caused concerns for residents throughout San Marcos. A petition has received over one thousand signatures in opposition...

New H-E-B sparks disagreements in San Marcos

The proposal of a third H-E-B has caused concerns for residents throughout San Marcos. A petition has received over one thousand signatures in opposition...

Student Government hopes to continue spring momentum

After starting the new senate session in May with nine resolutions passed in one night, Student Government has been working all summer to ensure...

Main Street drafts new vision statement

San Marcos Main Street Program has drafted a new vision statement that culturally defines the downtown area and creates an atmosphere where local businesses...

Texas State alumnus opens San Marcos’ newest hookah lounge

The newest addition to the Square and San Marcos nightlife is a hookah lounge owned and operated by a former Bobcat. Nebula Hookah Lounge, located...

Unwrapping the mystery of fast food secret menus

The next time you walk into your favorite fast food joint, try something new and order from its secret menu. Hidden menu items can be...

Hastings’ bankruptcy leaves entertainment store in peril

Hastings Entertainment Center is one of several locations in the city of San Marcos where students and residents can purchase books—but this may be...