The Pulse

The Pulse

Survey results expose deeper issues

The likelihood Texas State students will report a sexual assault to campus and local authorities has come into question after a survey done by...

The San Marcos 10 talk protests

Members of the San Marcos 10 returned to the community for a heated panel discussion on protests and free speech. The group recalled the...

Student forms program to help spread body positivity

One Bobcat has started a body positivity program in hopes of being a voice of guidance for students who are struggling with body image. Julie...

Tube through concerts at Float Fest

Warmer weather marks the start of music festival season, and one of the biggest events in San Marcos each summer is Float Fest. Float Fest...

The Stallions: A free speech staple

Whether students are protesting, preachers are giving sermons or critical conversations are taking place, the Fighting Stallions statue on the Quad has remained a...

14th Annual Riverfest closes out semester with free music and fun

Hundreds of students gathered at Sewell Park April 21 for free games, Battle of the Bands and live country music from Spotify Spotlight artist...

How Bobcats cope with long distance relationships

Long-distance relationship is a term many people are familiar with, but few fully understand. Many Bobcats are in long distance relationships where they find...

Anonymous article shines negative light on Greek life

An article written by an anonymous sorority member at Texas State surfaced on the internet and received a lot of backlash from Greek and...

Four ways to maintain apartment plants

In order to create a homey vibe in apartments, millennials are turning to indoor plants or community garden plots. Choose the right plants Marco Gutierrez,...

Women needed in STEM despite gender inequality

Women have made remarkable strides in the fight for equality, but continue to be overwhelmingly outnumbered by men in science, technology, engineering and math...