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City council sends fluoride debate to ballot box in November

Residents of San Marcos will vote on two propositions Nov. 3 regarding the fluoridation of municipal water after the council voted 5-1 to send...

Amazon to build distribution center in San Marcos

Amazon accepted an $11 million tax-incentives package from Hays County and the city of San Marcos Aug. 20 and will construct a distribution warehouse. Amazon...

The Woods apartment complex denied certificate of occupancy, delaying move-in date for students

Several students were forced to prolong moving into The Woods of San Marcos apartment complex after the city denied their certificate of occupancy Aug....

Two students among nine arrested Friday

Two Texas State students were arrested Aug. 21 in New Braunfels for disorderly conduct. Shannon Winston, exploratory sophomore, and Luther Yamthe, accounting sophomore, were among...

Strahan Coliseum to gain 80,000 square feet next year

The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved a multi-million-dollar renovation to expand Strahan Coliseum. The coliseum, home to the Texas State basketball and...

President Trauth speaks to Student Government at first meeting

President Denise Trauth served as the first speaker of the year at Monday’s Student Government meeting, discussing issues from construction to campus carry. Trauth said...

Stage 2 drought restrictions return

University officials are asking students to conserve water after the Edwards Aquifer Authority reinstated Stage 2 drought restrictions today. Under Stage 2 restrictions, the university...

Hammon inspires crowd at convocation

The freshmen and transfer students at Saturday’s New Student Convocation ceremony all had one thing in common—it’s their first year at Texas State. Keynote speaker...

Noose found by Texas State professor, discusses evolution of racism

Bob Fischer, philosophy professor at Texas State University, was walking down University Drive toward Guadalupe Street with his friend from Turkey at the end...

Retired professor remembered as dedicated artist, compassionate friend

Retired Texas State theater professor Daniel Hannon died July 22, leaving behind friends, family and thousands of inspired students. The award-winning set designer drowned in...