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Some refer to him as the “Sun Worshipper,” others call him “King Triton,” and one group dubbed him the “Golden Man.” Although there are different names for him, they all characterize a San Marcos resident for daily dancing at Sewell Park.
Dillon Scott, San Marcos resident, said his dancing started six months ago after being introduced to trance and techno music.
“I believe it is the music of future,” Scott said. “It’s worldwide, it’s like European and Middle Eastern. Everyone around the world listens to trance and techno and it brings us together.”
The Texas Veterans Commission could lose funding in the wake of both federal and state budget shortfalls.
The TVC faces a 20-percent cut slashing its budget by nearly $1.2 million from the $4.75 million it receives a year, according to Duncan McGhee, TVC director of communication. This potentially takes a toll on Texas State students and veterans alike.
A warm smile appears across the woman’s face when she is asked about her son. As she recalls his accomplishments and describes his personality, tears stream from her eyes.
Carmen Courtney and husband Ray Courtney, Sr. traveled Wednesday from Dallas to attend Texas State’s 24th annual Bobcat Pause to honor the life of their son, former student Ray Allen Courtney, Jr.
Contacting the family of Texas State community members present and past who have died is a task that one student admits is not easy.
Texas State professors Sherry Ross, Gerald Farr and Craig Hanks are all from different departments, but they all share one thing in common. All three are among the five top-rated professors at Texas State according to.
The website allows students to rate professors from one to five stars and submit written reviews discussing the pros and cons of a professor’s lecture style, exams and homework load.
The University Performing Arts and Conference Center building was demolished last fall, but memory of its existence lives on through the preservation of a musical gift given to the university 34 years ago.
The Swearingen organ was donated to Texas State in 1977 and was disassembled and stored as surplus property at a Texas State warehouse before demolition of UPACC.
Texas State students had the opportunity to sit back, grab popcorn and watch films about Native American culture Monday in the LBJ Student Center ballroom.
The Native American Student Association hosted “A Day of Native American Film: Empiricism and Understanding” to promote education of the culture to students and community members.