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The Marc celebrates second anniversary, hopes to book bigger shows

The Marc celebrated its 2nd year anniversary on The Square with a weekend of musical performances. Two years ago, AfterDark Entertainment purchased the Texas Music...

Q&A with Frank T. Arredondo. Place 5 city council candidate

San Marcos City Council elections are quickly approaching. The University Star sat down with Place 5 candidate Frank T. Arredondo to discuss his campaign. Born:...

Aquarena Overpass to be built by late 2017 to ease railroad traffic

By late 2017, Bobcat commuters can expect to make it to class on time due to the timely construction of the railroad overpass on...

City council candidate visits College Democrats on campus

Scott Gregson, Place 5 city council candidate, attended Wednesday’s College Democrats meeting bearing pizza, campaign T-shirts and a message to deliver to potential voters. “I...

University Camp enters stage of rehabilitation after losing $10,000 in revenue

The University Camp’s staff is beginning to rebuild the recreational site after it sustained severe damages during the historic Memorial Day weekend flood. The campground,...

Fate of confederate road marker near Sewell Park discussed

During the week following UT’s relocation of a Jefferson Davis statue on campus, Faculty Senate members discussed the future of a Confederate marker located...

TopShelf app gains popularity

The success of the alcohol delivery app TopShelf is off to a slow start after the community had to shift its focus to rebuilding...

SAT entrance exam to be redesigned to future scholars

High school students looking to pursue a college degree will now have the option to take the redesigned SAT exam when it makes its...

Hooters looking to relocate after denied liquor permit

Hooters officials are looking to relocate after their restaurant was denied a conditional liquor permit at the July 7 city council meeting. The restaurant’s proposed...

Local farmers discuss flood devastation, ongoing drought conditions

San Marcos farmers have had to a lot to adjust to in the past few months after record-breaking floods followed by the return of...