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San Marcos defeated in Strongest Town in America Contest

San Martians can hold their heads high even though San Marcos lost to Sandusky, Ohio, in the elite eight portion of the Strongest Town...

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...

Texas State alumni share immigration stories

Dean of Students Margarita Arellano left Nicaragua in 1978, after a civil war broke out, something she says was traumatic for her, especially after...

Texas State alumnus breaks ground in new field of scientific study

Texas State alumnus Micah Eimerbrink was awarded the Dannon Yogurt and Probiotics Fellowship to support his research, which is focused on studying the body’s...

A Tribute to Sterling Rogers

Sterling Rogers doesn’t like to talk about World War II, his son says. The San Marcos resident and former World War II prisoner of war,...

Philadelphia muralist shares talents with San Marcos

The San Marcos Mural Arts Program hosted a presentation March 23 by Philadelphia-based artist Eric Okdeh at the Price Center. Founded by Mayor Pro Tem...

New gastropub on the square prioritizes local charities

San Martians can drink beer and eat craft food while supporting local charities this month at Aquabrew, the newly opened gastropub downtown. Aquabrew is hosting...

San Marcos man suspected of sexually assaulting teenage girl

A San Marcos man suspected of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl was arrested by New Braunfels police Monday. Chase Daniel Laird, 24, was taken into...

UPD responds to robbery near campus

The University Police Department responded to a report of a robbery on the 500 block of Edward Gary Street at approximately 3:20 p.m. Tuesday. According...

Hays County Commissioner’s Court ended Lone Star Rail District membership

Hays County Commissioners decided not to renew the membership with Lone Star Rail District at the meeting Tuesday. The membership, which costs $49,500 a year,...