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University reports assault, begins investigation

A female student reported to the University Police Department she was sexually assaulted April 27 in her on-campus residence hall. She reported she was...
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Potential growth for creative field jobs in near future

Students often view degrees in creative fields as a barrier to employment. Statistics, however, show the growth of jobs in this sector, increasing possible...
Students walking under the arches of the Undergraduate Academic Center.

Graduation to bring economic surge

Local businesses are eager to enjoy the economic boost visiting families bring with them as commencement weekend approaches. Many graduates show their families around town...
Strahan Coliseum under construction on the Aquarena Drive side of the facility.

Strahan construction continues through May commencement

The University Events Center project's remodeling and expansion of the Strahan Coliseum are over halfway done. The changes are not expected to influence graduation ceremonies. The construction...
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Faculty Senate talks university budget

Faculty Senate, along with newly elected senators from the biology and criminal justice departments, discussed university budgeting statewide at the last regular meeting of...
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Three-year alcohol permit approved for Hilton Garden Inn

The Planning and Zoning Commission met April 24 to consider a Qualified Watershed Protection Program and a three-year Conditional Use Permit for Hilton Garden...
Student Government representatives getting sworn in April 23.

Student Government President’s cabinet to be confirmed next week

The Brooklyn Boreing-Ruben Becerra Jr. administration hosted a joint session between the Graduate House and Senate aimed at confirming the administration's cabinet and passing...
A justice scale in the Attorney for Students office.

Part-time immigration attorney to be hired

Texas State administrators started the process of hiring a part-time attorney with immigration expertise in an effort to have the new hire on-campus by...
Multiple destroyed vehicles remain in the lower floors of the Pointe parking garage.

Residents of Pointe San Marcos work to collect on damages

Residents of the Pointe San Marcos are still waiting to receive compensation for damages to personal belongings that occurred during the storm following the torrential...
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Student Government introduces legislation that will bring free feminine hygiene products to campus

A Student Government senator introduced legislation that will bring hygiene-related products to campus in response to the growing need for free feminine products. Sen. Elijah...