The Pulse

The Pulse

Doctoral student receives funding for concrete research

One Texas State student took matters into his own hands after realizing he would need additional funding to support his research. Ash Kotwal, materials science,...

Educator honored for changing lives of children

One professor’s life and career was honored April 29 by Communities in Schools (CIS), an organization aiming to connect schools with the resources to...

Professor recognized for commitment to laboratory science

One Texas State professor’s passion for medical laboratory science is reaping big rewards. Rodney Rohde, chair for the Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) program and professor...

High school seniors turn ‘skip day’ into volunteer effort

Senior Skip Day, the unofficial holiday most high school students take near the end of their last spring semester, got a serious twist at...

Vintage swimwear makes comeback

Summer is officially here and swimsuit season is in full swing, bringing students a rich diversity of styles, shapes and designs to choose from. Casey...

Local school works to clean up after flood

As the floodwater began to rise early May 24, one local pastor raced to save his school. Flooding that hit the San Marcos area last...

Local dance studios offer deals on summer classes

With summer quickly approaching, many San Marcos dance studios are offering specials to help students get fit and perfect their skills. San Marcos is home...

First Jazz Saxophone Festival teaches, empowers students

The first Texas State University Jazz Saxophone Festival opened May 18, kicking off a four-day celebration of the genre at the Performing Arts Center...

Picks of the Memorial Day weekend

Whether you’re staying in San Marcos or planning to make the drive to Austin, here are just a few of the events happening over...

Superfly’s celebrates album release

Students gathered at Superfly’s Lone Star Music Emporium on May 12 to leave behind the stress of final exams and enjoy a live performance. Country...