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Student Government election results are in: Clegg-Duncan wins

Connor Clegg and Colton Duncan will be the next student body president and vice president for the 2017-18 school year. As president and vice president...

Texas representative speaks at Student Government

Texas Rep. Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, spoke at the Student Government meeting Feb. 20 to discuss plans for his fourth term. Isaac has served Hays...

Student Government presidential candidates prepare for elections

By Connor Brown Texas State Student Government voting elections have begun, and booths will be set up in the LBJ Student Center from now until...

Students aim to create intergenerational bonds

With a goal to integrate learning connections between diverse generations, an organization at Texas State University aims to enhance the way people think of...

Obama honors Texas State professor with prestigious award

A Texas State faculty member’s invention is being recognized as the possible silver bullet to solving the nation’s troublesome cyber attacks, intrusions and hacks. On...

Faculty Senate develops Academic Freedom Committee

After a Texas State University faculty member received threatening emails, members of the faculty senate have created an Academic Freedom Committee to combat academic...

Student Government Q&A

Why did you decide to run for Student Government President? Boyd: Because I realized there was a need for change in leadership. If elected,...

San Marcos man killed in apparent drug deal

A shooting victim was pronounced dead Feb. 9 at the Avenue at San Marcos apartment complex, marking the city’s first murder in 2017. San Marcos...

Controversial pro-privacy Bathroom Bill may affect Texas State

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick introduced a controversial proposal that would, if approved, require people to use public restrooms that match their biological sex,...

Students foot the bill for athletics

Texas State students pay the highest state athletic fees to maintain the athletic department that has one of the worst records in the state....