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Q & A with Will Conley

The Texas primary elections are quickly approaching. The University Star spoke with Precinct 3 Hays County Commissioner incumbent Will Conley to discuss his campaign. Born:...
The Women's Council of CTMC at their most recent member luncheon. On Jan. 29, the council is holding a luncheon at the Cottage Kitchen

Women’s Council of Central Texas Medical Center accepting grant applications

Money is up for grabs for the local nonprofit health organizations looking to help the women and children of Hays County. The Women’s Council of...
Amber Alomran, alumna with a degree in nutrition, and Hunter Turk, electrical engineering senior, ride their bicycles Jan. 27 on a section of E. Hutchison St. which has no designated bicycle lane.

City, university officials work to create safe bicycling community

Traffic congestion is a rising issue as San Marcos continues to grow, and drivers are not the only affected party. San Marcos residents spoke out...
Vicki Brittain, head of the Campus Carry Task Force, addresses that the reccomendations from past forums have been taken into account.

Campus carry open forum produces moderate turnout

Although Senate Bill 11 has attracted controversy since it was passed in June 2015, a series of open forums hosted by the Texas State...

Hit-and-run suspect remains at large

A 44-year-old man was left in the hospital with a broken leg, which required surgery, as a result of a hit-and-run Sunday. Police are...
An Austin Police Department vehicle Jan. 17.

Police seek aggravated robbery suspect

San Marcos police are searching for a man suspected of committing an aggravated robbery at a local gas station early Sunday morning. The suspect displayed...

New facility brings practice capabilities up to par

The city of Kyle may begin to attract Bobcats with clubs in hand. Texas State’s athletic department opened the doors of the Jim and Carol...
Gigi Mederos shows off art work Jan. 10 at Rio Claro Studio.

Rio Claro Studio brings life to downtown art scene

Artistically inclined San Martians may be pleased with the latest addition to downtown San Marcos—Rio Claro Studio. Rio Claro Studio opened its doors Sept. 19...
Susie Mullen holds one of the handmade Valentine's Day card she makes and sells herself to collect money for the San Marcos food bank

Local Viking goddess impacts community in a positive way

Students recognize the pigtail braids and bright smile when they see her around campus and the city. Susie Mullen, known as Susie from Jones by...

Bobcats could receive more credit from AP tests

Students across the state of Texas have been given a greater opportunity to receive college credit hours thanks to the passage of House Bill...