The University Star's Month of Music: Medina Moonshine Band is a local band that recently won SACA's Battle of the Bands competition.
The Greater San Marcos Youth Council hosted Youthfest Saturday to raise awareness about child abuse and the local children's shelter.
Texas State hosted its 12th annual Bobcat Build this Saturday with a record-setting 4,400 volunteers.
Will Arrington, English junior, performs regularly at Cheatham Street Warehouse with a backing band after getting his start in San Marcos.
Trans*cend provides Texas State University's transgender identified students and their allies an opportunity to support each other through education and advocacy.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication has acquired Google Glass to use as a learning tool.
The University Star challenged Texas State students to participate in a week-long media blackout. All electronic media were off limits.
Texas State University opened a new Performing Arts Center to the public Sunday, March 2, 2014.
Texas State students discuss pros and cons of the TRACS mail tool.
Pete and Megan Thompson recently opened The Hungry Gamer, a shop that allows customers to play video games and order sandwiches.
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