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Lack of parking causes problems for students

As Texas State continues into its 18th consecutive year of record-breaking enrollment numbers, the issue of parking on campus has become a frequent topic...

Students gain real-world experience through local partnership

The San Marcos Main Street Program has partnered with business law scholars to bridge the gap between community and students. The program will allow the...

Local businesses ban third party food delivery service

Franklin BBQ in Austin, announced food delivery services like Favor and Task Rabbit are banned from the restaurant’s lines, preventing customers from ordering through...

Headliners: From Trash to Treasure to Gun Legislation

On this week's edition of Headliners news editor Anna Herod and assistant news editor Exsar Arguello discuss local composting classes and gun legislation.

Doctoral students given opportunity to research in Chile

Eighteen Bobcats have been given the opportunity to leave the Hill Country and fly to Chile to conduct research for Texas State’s Project LEARN-Chile. The...

Early voting locations in Hays County

Early voting runs from Oct. 19 to the 30th and early voting on campus runs from Oct. 27 to the 29th. Texas law requires...

San Marcos promotes lifelong learning

By: Jason Vallejo | Special to the Star The Retired Faculty and Staff Association partnered with the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department to host...

Master Composter program turns trash to treasure

Bobcat Blend has partnered with the city of San Marcos to organize the Master Composter program. The program is intended to educate and promote composting...

Recent threat raises concerns about campus carry

An online threat of a school shooting near Austin began to circulate the Internet Oct. 5, leading students to question what university officials view...

FEMA hosts open house for residents to view advisory floodplain map

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is set to host an open house Oct. 27 at the City Park Recreation Hall to show residents the...