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Risks of confetti in the San Marcos River

As the semester makes its way to an end, many December graduates are beginning to do graduation photo shoots and are incorporating confetti in...
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University Strategic Plan developed with students in mind

As Texas State experiences rapid growth, the administration has to adjust for the physical growth of the campus and the goals and objectives of...

University officials make changes to service animal policy

Texas State’s Office of Disability Services notified faculty and staff by email Tuesday that the previous policy regarding service animals was amended. The original policy...

Faculty Senate recommends proposals for new degree plans

Faculty Senators decided to recommend the approval of proposals for three new degree plans Wednesday after receiving a report from the university curriculum committee...

Walmart closed while police investigate bomb threat

Walmart is closed until further notice after police were called to the store this morning after a man implied he had a bomb in...

Students to receive $678,000 in Texas grants

Update March 25: Faculty senators learned at a meeting Wednesday afternoon that university officials received $678,000 in reallocated funds for the 2015-2015 academic year, said...

Bert Lumbreras named as finalist for city manager, after six-month vacancy

San Marcos City Council named Bert Lumbreras as the city’s new city manager finalist July 17. Bert Lumbreras has 35 years of local government experience....
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Former student pleads guilty in drunk driving, manslaughter case from 2016

Update on March 9 Elliott was sentenced to 14 years in prison, with 10 years community service. Elliot received seven years for each count of...
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Planning and Zoning Commission grants permits for three businesses

The Planning and Zoning Commission of San Marcos approved requests from three different companies to continue or begin selling alcohol, Oct. 23. The commission approved...
Glass bottom boat tours on Spring Lake, where a recent underwater survey discovered human history could be much older than previously thought.

Geoarchaeology Survey uncovers ancient Spring Lake history

The recent publication of Spring Lake Geoarchaeology Survey released historical discoveries that pronounced Spring Lake previously existed more than a thousand years ago. The publication...