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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...

Going behind the scenes with the bands of ACL

Musicians and bands from places as far as Jamaica, Ireland and Canada made their way to Zilker Park for the Austin City Limits music...

Fun day-trip spots for a student budget

San Marcos is located right between a variety of towns and parks which offer a plethora of activities. Gruene Historic District The town of Gruene is...

Wittliff hires curator for new Texas music collection

Texas music has deep roots in the Texas Hill Country, which is why directors at the Wittliff Collections decided to begin a collection centered...

Best places for late night snacking on the Square

The majority of restaurants and bars in San Marcos close between 10-12 p.m. However, the Square offers a few options for some unique late-night...

Locals, musicians show off their best at ACL

Austin City Limits Music Festival weekend one came to a close Oct. 8 night after three days of live music, silent discos, local eats...

Students work behind the curtain for A Chorus Line

Students and faculty worked for six weeks leading up to the moment the Texas State Theatre Department could debut "A Chorus Line," made perfect...

ACL Recap: Day two brings skydivers, knee injuries and technical difficulties

Day two of the Austin City Limits music festival hosted highly anticipated headliners including the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chance the Rapper. During day...