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Fourteenth annual Bobcat Build set to have record breaking participation

Texas State students will have an opportunity to express their gratitude to the San Marcos community April 2 by participating in the 14th annual...

Political organizations to discuss policy stances at upcoming debate

Political organizations will discuss and make their arguments about a wide array of national and international topics April 7 at a debate hosted by...

‘Conservative’ student plans to protest #BlackLivesMatter speaker Monday

Opal Tometi, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, is set to visit the university this Monday, and it appears that not everyone on...

Elevated bacteria levels detected in San Marcos River

Update March 25, 5:25 p.m. :  No elevation of E.coli bacteria levels in the San Marcos River were shown in water samples taken Thursday and...

Law professor discusses civil rights movement at Discourse in Democracy lecture

People filled the LBJ Student Center Teaching Theater Thursday night for a lecture featuring law professor Alfred Brophy, who discussed the history of the...
An Austin Police Department vehicle Jan. 17.

UPD officials found alleged robbery to be false

After a thorough investigation, university police officials found a robbery reported March 22 to be false. According to the report, no suspect is at...
An Austin Police Department vehicle Jan. 17.

UPD warns of scam calls

University Police Department officials warned the Texas State community of scam calls from a caller demanding payment for an Internal Revenue Service bill. According to...

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...