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University on the brink of changing commencement policy

Some Texas State parents have been forced to watch their children graduate on a television screen in an overflow room due to overpopulation at...

River Inspired Student Effort

Local poverty rates cause concern amid growing student body, development

As San Marcos grows and continues to attract large corporations, some residents fear the economic disparity between the middle class and poverty will increase. Stephanie...

New policy for teaching theaters to be implemented

As freshman enrollment numbers rise, university professors increasingly seek out teaching theaters. University officials formed a committee to determine which core curriculum courses will be...

Coffee trouble brewing in the honors college

An “existential coffee crisis” is brewing among those who rely on the honors college coffee shop for their daily dose of caffeine. The coffee shop,...

Alkek turns 25

Students can look forward to a series of events hosted by the university this semester in celebration of Albert B. Alkek Library’s 25th anniversary,...

San Marcos CISD superintendent makes a ‘surprising’ resignation

San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District will no longer be under the direction and supervision of Mark Eads after he held four years as...

City honors fallen 9/11 victims 14 years later

Community members bowed their heads for a moment of silence this morning at City Hall as the San Marcos Fire Department Honor Guard raised...

Lower AP scores may be accepted under HB 1992

Future Bobcats may receive more college credit from Advanced Placement exam scores than before due to lower requirements implemented by new legislation passed by...

Utility fee ordinance for city beautification under review

A proposal to implement an additional utility fee for citizens and business owners was made at the Sept. 1 city council meeting. Amy Kirwin, coordinator...