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Students volunteer to rebuild flood-damaged homes

Texas State Community Relations has partnered with St. Bernard Project and United Way of Hays County to help victims of the Memorial Day weekend...

Formal recruitment engages new sorority members

As the fall semester commences, sororities across campus are preparing to recruit their newest members. Katie Byland, vice president of public relations for Texas State’s...

Community event draws in creative crowd

Students and San Marcos residents gathered at Zelicks Icehouse Aug. 30 for a night of art, shopping and music. Martian Culture, inspired by ‘San Martian,’...

Picks of the Week

For the literature enthusiast The department of English will kick off their MFA Student Reading Series on Sept. 1 from 5 p.m.-6 p.m. Students and...

Recreation center offers free class event

Students looking to get fit and learn more about exercising resources on campus can head to the Student Recreation Center on Sept. 2 for...

Four concerts to attend this week for under $15

For the Texas country fan Kyle Park will take the stage Sept. 2nd at The Marc to celebrate the venue’s two-year anniversary. Doors for the...

Three-day festival brings music, tubing to San Marcos

Unicorns could be seen floating at Cool River Ranch this weekend. San Martians came in troves, equipped with inflatable unicorn inner tubes and beach balls...

Q&A with The Digital Wild at Float Fest

The Digital Wild brought a cool mix of indie rock and trip hop to their performance during the second day of Float Fest. Chantell Moody,...

New murals help keep San Marcos beautiful

A new program is bringing artists from around the city together in an effort to reduce graffiti and inspire creativity. Lisa Morris, San Marcos recreation...

Exhibition showcases faculty talent

The University Galleries is showcasing the work of four new faculty members from the School of Art and Design Aug. 24-Sept. 3 during the And...