The Former Majority Association for Equality has gained international recognition over the creation of a scholarship for Caucasian males.
FMAFE scholarship organizers said they have found pleasure in the group’s recent fame.
Colby Bohannan, FMAFE president, said he expected the organization would gain notoriety over creation of the fund, but did not expect it to come so soon.
San Marcos residents and Texas State students wrapped in rain gear gathered Saturday morning at City Park for the largest river cleanup of the year.
Dianne Wassenich, executive director of the San Marcos River Foundation, said the entire cleanup covered approximately 90 miles of river.
Washington-on-the-Brazos, the original capital of Texas, was once again filled with coonskin caps, canvas tents and flintlock rifles reminiscent of 175 years ago.
State residents have the unique opportunity to celebrate their freedom not only on the Fourth of July, but also March 2 as this year commemorates the 175th Anniversary of Texas Independence Day.
City Council members adopted a resolution Tuesday night that would grant more authority to the University Police Department.
Members voted to allow University Police to enforce all city ordinances.
could previously only enforce three categories of city ordinances.
Students and alumni, some clad in Falls Hall T-shirts representing their time in the old building, assembled at Concho Green Monday afternoon to honor the former dormitory.
The Falls Hall decommissioning ceremony took place Monday at 2:30 p.m. on the lawn behind the residence hall. University Presidentsaid she was not sure whether a formal ceremony has ever taken place for a Texas State building before.
Dwight Watson, associate professor of history, will speak on the importance of social changes and the American Civil Rights Movement Thursday at the Veterans Foreign Wars Center.
A group of unidentified people was seen dumping soap into the San Marcos River on the evening of Feb. 2.
Sara Collings, Austin Community College sophomore, said she and her boyfriend were driving along Sessom Drive and noticed teenagers dumping an unknown substance over the bridge at Sewell Park. Collings said they saw something floating in the river and decided to pull into the closest parking lot.
Writer and performer Michael Feldman characterized the life of Josh, a 19-year-old ice cream salesman, and his quest for the perfect body Monday night in the LBJ Student Center ballroom.
The presentation mixed multimedia with monologue as Feldman characterized the life of Josh, a 19-year-old ice cream salesman, and his quest for the perfect body. Feldman played the role of Josh, his personal trainer Jim and others the main character met while serving ice cream and working out.
Paws-n-Go shoppers will now frequent Evans Liberal Arts for snacks and beverages after this summer’s relocation.
Campus construction plans call for attaching the store to Evans on the same side it is currently located. The stand-alone ATM near the present-day Paws-n-Gowill be moved to the exterior of the expanded market, according to campus plans.
A new time change to the parking lot adjacent to Sewell Park will leave some students ticketless.
Students with a valid parking permit will soon be able to park at Sewell Park after 3 p.m. on weekdays. Members of the Parking and Transportation Committee approved the change to the small parking lot between Strahan Coliseum and Sewell Park.
The lot formerly restricted parking from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.