Sunday, November 18, 2018

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Drum group at the 2017 Sacred Springs Powwow.

Annual Sacred Springs Powwow Celebration comes to San Marcos

The largest two-day Powwow in Texas is back with over 5,000 anticipated attendees, 100 performers, 60 native booths, traditional Powwow drum groups and, of...
Students Dezerae Reyes, Hailey Chavarria, Malorie McGruder, and Faith McCoy Nov. 14 filling out a survey of the Hunger Banquet.

Students learn about food insecurity at Hunger Banquet

One group of people sat at a small table with jewelry around their necks. A second group sat at another table but without the...
Michelle Nance performs at the opening of the exhibit on Oct. 24.

Dance and art collide at Texas State exhibit

Texas State is presenting a gallery with site-specific installation and video as part of the continuing exhibitions of art for fall 2018. The Texas State...
Shelby Garza sifts through soil during a disarticulation.

Texas State owns the biggest outdoor cadaver farm in the world

Human remains can be found in various states of decay across Freeman Ranch, dedicated to forensic anthropological research. The Forensic Anthropology Research Facility, otherwise known...
Texas State students Nov. 9 remember the Night of Broken Glass.

Texas State remembers the Night of Broken Glass

Texas State community members gathered together Oct. 9 in remembrance of the 80th Anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass. This past Friday, students...
Storm Byers Nov. 8 singing "Pure Imagination" from the Willy Wonka soundtrack in ASL.

Texas State students host San Marcos Has Talent

Colorful lights illuminated the stage, people of all ages were dressed in crazy costumes and everyone was waiting in their seats to see the...
San Marcos locals wave American flags Nov. 10 during Veterans Day Parade

San Marcos hosts Veterans Day Parade

"Honoring All Who Served" was the theme and focus of the annual San Marcos Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 10. The streets of downtown San...
Zach Sutterfield

The First 100 Days

Editor's note: Zachary Sutterfield, Texas State student, is a burn victim of the July 20 Iconic Village apartment fire that left five residents dead....
Creative cats pumpkin painting event Oct. 25.

New club draws creativity out of students

Taking on art in a non-competitive form is a group of students coming together to share their creativity. Abby Froli, social work junior, is the...
This Wursfest banner hangs in the heart of downtown New Braunfels. It translates to "Welcome to Wurstfest."

Inside the Wurst week in Texas

It is that time of year again. It is the one week where it is not only acceptable, but encouraged, to eat sausage off...