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Student Government passes parking resolution unanimously

Student Government discussed proposals concerning the possibility of expanding residential parking and alleviating violation costs as well as the creation of a graduate exit...

Hays County primary candidates gather for public debate

The League of Women Voters hosted a public debate for Hays County candidates on the ballot for the primary election. Commissioner Will Conley, incumbent, and...

Student Government election season gearing up

Student Government elections are approaching and students will have the opportunity to elect a new student body president and vice president, and vote for...

Comm Week designed for students of all majors

The Communication Studies Department has revamped Comm Week to attract all Texas State students after the event proved to produce moderate to low turnouts...

Faculty, staff, administrative diversity lacking

Texas State is known for its diverse array of students, but that diversity does not extend to faculty, staff and administrators. However, university officials...

Upper Purgatory Creek Park has reopened while some parts remained close to clear debris

San Martians are now gaining access to upper Purgatory Creek Natural Area after the property was closed at the end of October due to...

Professor named prestigious fellow, students find success by his side

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers annually acknowledges the accomplishments of their members by raising a select few to the rank of fellow,...

Chemistry professor secures prestigious grant

As an emerging research institution, Texas State has joined the search for renewable energy resources. Todd Hudnall, assistant chemistry professor, just received his second grant...

More details come to light in homicide case

UPDATE: More details have come to light about the events that led up to the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Francisco Sierra Friday morning. Police responded...

Professor helps over 200 students register to vote for primaries

The primary election season is well under way, and Maia Wright, communication design assistant professor, is actively working to have her students register to...