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Student activist initiates challenge to end poverty

A group of students are forming a new organization called the Oxfam Club, to make a lasting change in pursuit of their goal to...

New yoga studio stretches its way into San Marcos

On the far side of N. LBJ Drive sits a new orange-colored yoga studio. The space smells of burning incense, and is filled with...

Q&A with Country artist Randall King

Randall King, the country music artist is set to perform at Cheatham Street Warehouse Oct. 19. Country artist Randall King will be performing live at...

Alumnus plans to bring international travelers to San Marcos through housing venture

A Texas State alumnus plans to attract international and bicycling tourists to San Marcos with the opening of the Yellow House Hostel in the...

Unique boutique experience sets up shop on The Square

A new clothing store opened up on the Square three weeks ago. Pitaya is the only one of its kind in San Marcos. Pitaya started...

Student competes at Sacred Springs Powwow

A Texas State student competed in an annual Native American festival honoring her culture and celebrating the country amid a community of indigenous people. The...

Q&A with the creator of WeRateDogs

A special guest was the center of attention for multiple panels during the start of Mass Comm Week this year. Professional rater of dogs, Twitter...

Four new restaurants hit the city

Several new restaurants and hang-out spots have arrived in San Marcos for students and residents to dine, drink and study. Four of them are...

Former inmate finds faith during false imprisonment

During a recent visit to Texas State, a former death row inmate said his faith in his God is what kept him alive, and...

Everything Bobcats need to know about graduate school

Faculty members in the graduate college give helpful advice to undergraduate students on how to apply for graduate school. GPA Maureen Keeley, professor and director of...