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College Democrats endorse city council candidates

Texas State’s College Democrats voted unanimously to endorse Melissa Derrick, Place 6 city council candidate and Scott Gregson, Place 5 city council candidate, as...

Offensive content toward Texas State student displayed on social media

Warning: This post contains racially charged images Texas State University is investigating an incident involving an offensive image and vulgar language directed at a Texas...

Student body president launches Twitter account and deletes in less than 24 hours

Student body president Connor Clegg launched a new Twitter account. The handle, @POTXST, made its online presence July 10, but was deleted the next...
The Texas State Strutters perform at a football game.

Strutters prepare for inaugural parade while petition circulates

Update 11:32 a.m. Jan 19 | A petition has been circulating Texas State to get the Strutters to not participate in the inaugural parade and...

Ongoing investigations underway for two deaths

Update 5:42 p.m. | At approximately 1:09 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, the Guadalupe Sheriff County's Office responded to an incident in the 600 Block of Dupuy...

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...

The removal of Cape’s Dam provokes disagreement

Debates are occurring between groups of San Marcos residents regarding the City Council’s approval to remove Cape’s Dam. City Council approved plans to demolish the...
Susie Mullen holds one of the handmade Valentine's Day card she makes and sells herself to collect money for the San Marcos food bank

Local Viking goddess impacts community in a positive way

Students recognize the pigtail braids and bright smile when they see her around campus and the city. Susie Mullen, known as Susie from Jones by...

San Marcos’ only dollar theater now permanently closed

Walking down to the Square to catch a movie for the price of a single dollar is now a thing of the past. Showplace Theater...
Tafari Robertson, public relations sophomore, at the May 9 Cousins of the Confederacy meeting. Photo courtesy of the San Marcos Cinema Club Facebook page.

Controversial Confederate marker closed by Cousins of the Confederacy

The controversial Jefferson Davis marker across the street from Sewell Park was unofficially closed early Monday by Cousins of the Confederacy members. Members covered the...