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High school students benefit from Bobcat volunteers’ advice

Texas State students mentor high school students, encouraging them to graduate and go to college. The Upward Bound Program is designed to help low-income high...

Playwrights conference brings opportunity to minority actors

Southwest Texas State had a handful of black students in 1974, including graduating actor and playwright, Eugene Lee. Lee was one of the few...

City of San Marcos searches for annual addition to Women’s Hall of Fame

Since 1984, San Marcos has upheld a tradition of honoring women who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of the city. The Women’s Hall...

Professors offer advice for new senior class

Some seniors go into their last year with a plan for the future, some go in with an open mind and others choose to...

Bubble Believer graduates with promise to return

Blowing bubbles and carrying the infamous Walter Piñata to and from the stage, Joseph Losoya, better known as the Bubble Believer, graduated with a...

Incoming freshmen transforms dorm room garnering national attention

Two freshmen collaborated to design and create a one-of-a-kind dorm design in Sterry Hall which now smells of apple-cinnamon candles and is covered in...

Alumni takes Texas State through the Middle-East via Snapchat

One of Texas State’s most notable alumnus graduated in 2013 and has been changing the lives of women across the globe since. This summer,...

How to: career fairs are coming

The fall brings slightly cooler weather, a new semester and opportunities for students to land career opportunities. Career Services advises students attend job fairs...

Black Men United provides free moving assistance to off-campus residents

Texas State’s Black Men United announced on Twitter the organization is helping students move in and out of their apartments for free as a...

Student constructs mural in multicultural lounge to celebrate influential figures

A 12.5-by-13.5-foot mural titled “Texas State Doesn’t Hate” now hangs in the recently opened Honors College Multicultural Lounge. The mural, painted by a Pan-African...