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University’s relationship with the San Marcos community

In 2016, there was a merging of the Office of Community Relations with the Division of Student Affairs. Since its consolidation, some San Marcos...

Organization offers free college preparation to community

The San Marcos Public Library has partnered with Texas State to deliver a free community program to help anyone seeking to pursue a degree...

Mano Amiga protests ICE detention of local DACA recipient

Update: Nov. 18. 9:45 a.m. Abonza-Lopez was released from an immigration detention center Friday night in Pearsall, Texas, after more than one month in detention. Local activist organization...

Rapid Response Team tested in the wake of campus threats

President Denise Trauth authorized the implementation of a Rapid Response Team at the start of the 2017 fall semester to manage communication about incidents...

SHAC council member under fire for controversial tweets

Protesters and community members filled the room at the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District board meeting Oct.16 to protest the appointment of a...

League of Women Voters hosts city council debate

The League of Women Voters of Hays County hosted a City Council debate Oct. 9 at the San Marcos Activity Center. Place 3 and...

Conservatives come out as well

While LGBTQIA members and allies celebrated National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11, the Young Conservatives of Texas at Texas State held a “Conservative...

LGBTQIA Bobcats and allies celebrate National Coming Out Day

Several campus organizations came together to celebrate National Coming Out Day by hosting a variety of events including a solidarity march from Old Main...

Disrespect vs. Patriotism: taking a knee at Texas State

Several NFL players throughout the league have knelt in protest during the national anthem this season in response to President Donald Trump's public remarks...

The implications of SB 4 in the San Marcos community

When versions of Senate Bill 4 were introduced in early February of this year, the so-called “anti-sanctuary cities” bill raised may questions and fears...