Sunday, April 22, 2018

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Son of a Sailor will be bringing its handmade, in-house creations to San Marcos April 19.

New boutique offers handmade gifts

A handmade modern goods business will soon move to downtown San Marcos to provide residents with a shopping experience unlike any other. Son of a...
Payton Morey, marketing sophomore, making a latte at Summer Moon.

Humans of San Marcos: Payton Morey

"I just got back from Colorado. My boyfriend's family lives over there and we go pretty often. My first time going was back in...
The Back2Life concert got students from sitting down to dancing and crowding around the stage.

Students dance before finals at River Fest

Music, popsicles and free stuff are just what students needed before their focus shifted to finals week. Student Association for Campus Activities brought the 15th...
P'n'P Asian Market not only offers Asian groceries but even includes a small dining area where they serve their own Thai food.

Unknown spots in San Marcos

Regardless of whether a person has lived in San Marcos for six months or for 60 years, the city is home to unique, yet...
The Student Recovery Alliance meets weekly on Thursdays to support each other in living a sober, healthy life.

Resources offer support for alcoholism

Drinking can quickly get out of hand due to all sorts of factors, however, no student has to battle alcoholism alone thanks to campus...
Human Trafficking

Rescue Her battles human trafficking

Human trafficking is often referred to as the modern form of slavery in the U.S. and it is no stranger to San Marcos. That...
Models walk in fashion show

Fashion Week struts through San Marcos

After a week of learning opportunities, it was bright lights and music for the runway with models debuting the collections of fresh designers. For the second year...
Ben Kvanli smiles alongside his daughter in front of the river where the Olympic Outdoor Center operates.

Humans of San Marcos: Ben Kvanli

“We had this guy named Andy Soule and he lost both of his legs in the (Afghan) war. He never looked up, just tapped...
From left to right) Keiko Tokunaga, Nathan Schram, Amy Schroeder, and Andrew Yee of Attacca Quartet will be visiting Texas State University early April to teach and perform during their week of residency.

Attacca Quartet gives back to music students

One internationally acclaimed modern quartet is bringing its professional experience to Texas State music students. This spring Attacca Quartet will be making its biannual visit...
Director Wayne Kraemer stands among trophies from past speech and debate tournaments.

Speech and Debate team brings home victory

Speaking in front of large crowds tends to be a daunting task, but one group of students gained national recognition for its ability to...