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Benbow-Thompson sworn into office, making history

Benbow_Inagural_SpeechDownload Texas State’s first black Student Government President Corey Benbow and Vice President Tucker Thompson were sworn into...
Pictures of the deceased

Remembering fallen Bobcats

With heavy hearts and cheerful smiles, members of the Texas State community came together during the Bobcat Pause Memorial Service on Thursday...
A mermaid mural painted on the back side of the Root Cellar Bakery building on the square in downtown San Marcos.

City council takes steps towards designating San Marcos as mermaid capital of Texas

San Marcos City Council spoke about a resolution seeking state legislative action to designate San Marcos as the mermaid capital of Texas...
A male student works at a computer in a lab.

Cyber attacks scam students, take identities

Student and faculty-targeted phishing attacks have grown at an alarming rate, in part due to the crimes evolution. In...
Alison Castillo

Student Government president vetos TPUSA legislation

President Alison Castillo vetoed legislation April 11 to ban conservative student organization Turning Point USA from campus, ending a contentious battle of...

Student government task force to bring new changes to the constitution

Texas State's Dean of Students pulls together a Student Government task force to write a new constitution for fall 2019.
Construction worker holding up "slow" sign

As San Marcos grows, so will construction

Construction strewn across San Marcos is expected to keep popping up, mostly as a way to match the city's growth.
Student Government President Keely Freund listens to student voices during the public forum April 8 during the Student Government meeting in the LBJ Ballroom.

Student Government bans TPUSA from campus, dedicates Ms. Susie memorial

Student Government banned conservative student organization Turning Point USA from campus April 8 in a packed regular meeting. Additionally, they passed three...
Turning Point USA Texas State President Stormi Rodriguez waits in line to speak at the public forum April 8 during the Student Government meeting in the LBJ Ballroom.

Student Government passes legislation banning TPUSA, likely to be blocked by administration

Drawing national attention, Texas State's Student Government voted by majority April 8 to bar conservative student organization Turning Point USA from campus,...

Uncertain future for Cape’s Dam

City Council's decision to designate Cape's Dam as a historic landmark or remove it altogether is still in limbo, months after the...