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Excellence in Diversity Award aims to encourage an inclusive campus

The Excellence in Diversity Award is one of the initiatives university officials are using to reach the point where faculty, staff and administrative officials...

Q & A with Student Government presidential candidate Anthony Galo

The Student Government elections are quickly approaching. The University Star spoke with student body president candidate Anthony Galo to discuss his campaign. Major/classification: Political science...

Election season is in full force after Student Government debate

The Student Government presidential and vice presidential candidates debated their stances and platforms, from student involvement and safety concerns to the possible increase in...

Q&A with Student Government candidate Holly Pavlicek

The Student Government elections are quickly approaching. The University Star spoke with student body vice president candidate Holly Pavlicek to discuss her campaign. Major/classification: Communication...
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Beautification fee discussed at council meeting

Beginning March 1, residents and business owners in San Marcos will pay a monthly beautification fee. City council members received a staff presentation about the...

Parking resolution passes in Student Government, despite opposition

A resolution to reduce parking violation fees and allocate additional parking spaces for residents was passed by Student Government 17-10, despite a senator’s attempt...

Local officials work together on Yarrington Road development area

San Marcos, Kyle and Hays County leaders announced they will work together to determine the future of the development area near Yarrington Road, which...

Texas State has been reclassified by the Carnegie Foundation research ranking

Bobcats often proclaim their university to be the rising star of Texas, and those in the campus community may soon be able to say...

2016 Voter’s Guide

Early voting for the March 1 primaries will be on campus Tuesday through Thursday on the third floor of the LBJ Student Center. When voting...

Confederate marker projected to be removed this spring

The questionable fate of the Confederate highway marker at Sewell Park has been debated since August, but it may cease to be a controversial...