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First look at possible campus carry policies

After months of debate, students and faculty received an email Friday, Nov. 13, containing a link to a draft of the university’s campus carry...

City grants Amazon $252,115 for electrical facility costs

Some college students use Amazon to buy cheaper textbooks and to get free two-day shipping—now Bobcats and San Martians may find themselves getting a...

City ordinance to prohibit cell phone use while driving

Texting or talking on the phone while driving without legal penalty may soon be a thing of the past in San Marcos. City council members...

Confidence showcase aims to raise goods for less fortunate

In light of the holiday season, Black Women United will give back to the community by collecting essential goods for the less fortunate. The organization...

Native American culture celebrated in powwow

Bobcats had the opportunity to experience Native American culture on campus Monday during the annual Celebration of the People Powwow. The annual event was hosted...

Local agencies plan to simulate disaster, exercise response

San Marcos residents may see plane crash wreckage and a hazardous material incident occur on Nov. 17, but the emergencies will simply be simulations...

Wimberley shop permanently closes doors due to recent flood

What was once a quaint antique shop facing Cypress Creek in downtown Wimberley is now a vacant and destroyed building. Flash floods during Halloween weekend...

Fourth resource center opens for flood victims

A fourth Volunteer Resource Center has been opened by the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team to accommodate citizens in the Buda-Kyle area who suffered...

Lost pit bull from San Marcos found in Northern California

The Memorial Day and Halloween weekend floods left many animals throughout Hill Country displaced, homeless or lost amidst destruction caused by the natural disasters. Eddie...

Long Night Against Procrastination comes to Alkek

For many, November signals the approach of Thanksgiving, family and feasts, but for other college students, the holiday break marks the beginning of a...