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Nieves-Sears: Legal precedents support social justice

As recent events both on and off campus demonstrate, race remains a hot-button political issue. Historical oppression and privilege still affect us today, shaping...

Unrealistic Expectations of Love

As Valentine’s Day is falling upon us, singles all over the world are dreading the sappy posts that have grown customary to the holiday....

Letter to the Editor

Dear Bobcats, “Students Serving Students” is the creed of Texas State’s Student Government. Sadly, this year we have watched the fulfillment of that mission stifled...

Kennedy’s response shows Democrats have a long way to go

With every State of the Union address, the opposition party of the sitting president is tasked with the predictable and rhetorically vacant duty of...

Education needs two major reforms

The unemployment rate for Liberal Arts bachelor’s degrees is 9.4 percent, according to Georgetown University Getting a STEM degree is the only safe route seeing that...

Black history: Thurgood Marshall and the First Amendment

Very few Supreme Court justices have championed the First Amendment as consistently as Thurgood Marshall, the Court’s first black justice. During his 14-year tenure...

Is graduate school still worth it?

Education is unique as it is the one thing that can not be taken from an individual. It is a personal investment that never...

A union on fire

Tuesday evening, President Donald Trump gave his annual state of the union address to a polarized capital. Very early in the hour, he established...

Compromiser-in-Chief

President Donald Trump in his State of the Union, made compromise and working across the aisle the cornerstone of his speech. By making this...

Congressional term limits are necessary

Congressmen consistently let their constituents down. Congressional approval ratings are at a low, and the first step to fixing it is implementing congressional term limits....