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Student Government Election Board holds trial about protest of results

Former Student Government presidential and vice presidential candidates Anthony Galo and Holly Pavlicek, protested the March 8 election results, which determined Andrew Homann and...

City tests weekly for harmful bacteria in the river to ensure safety

Some San Martians steered clear of the river March 25 when an advisory was instated after elevated E. coli levels were detected. The advisory, which...

San Marcos Fire Dept. responds to small fire at Logan’s Roadhouse

The San Marcos Fire Dept. responded to reports of a fire on the roof of Logan’s Roadhouse around 12:22 p.m. Wednesday. First responders arrived to...

Bond lowered for Texas State student charged for fatal wrong way crash

A Texas State student charged with four counts of manslaughter in a fatal wrong-way crash was granted a lower bond by a judge. Wilson Molinares,...

Regional Collaboration leads to development decision

After opposition arose for plans of a truck stop on Yarrington road, city officials from San Marcos and Kyle have reached a decision for...
UAC building on Texas State campus Jan. 25.

White House placed Texas State and ACC into TechHire Community

In an initiative to expand job growth in the country, the White House has named Texas State and Austin Community College part of the...

Faculty speaks to Student Government about Alma Mater change

Faculty Senate representatives attended the Student Government meeting Monday to inform members of a proposed change to the alma mater lyrics. Shirley Ogletree, psychology faculty...

Black Lives Matter co-founder discussed change to hundreds

Co-creator of Black Lives Matter, Opal Tometi is unapologetic. “Black Lives Matter came into being because we knew we could no longer be silent,” Tometi...

Texas State students set to strut their stuff for Paws

The Texas State Strutters are hosting the Strut & Pup 5K Fun Run to raise money for the PAWS Shelter and Humane Society of...

Networking event for underrepresented STEM majors slated for April

Underrepresented populations within science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors will have the opportunity to network on campus next month. The LBJ Institute for STEM Education...