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Professor studies HIV risk in Latino populations

One Texas State professor will be taking his research to help prevent HIV in Latino communities. Moctezuma Garcia, social work assistant professor, is set to...

Texas State holds annual Veterans Day commemoration

The Texas State Student Foundation and the Dean of Students held an annual commemorative celebration of Veterans Day on the Quad on Nov. 13....

Student organization conducts medical mission trip on the Texas border

Medical Explorers, a Texas State student organization, traveled to Del Rio on Oct. 13. Del Rio is a border town in Texas the Medical...

Professor researches San Marcos’ poverty

Texas State faculty member Thomas Longoria in the department of Political Science is currently conducting research on San Marcos’ poverty levels. According to the...

Texas State hosts 8th Annual Roundtable 360: Eyes of Justice

Texas State hosted its eighth annual Roundtable 360 Oct. 3. The conversation centered around this year’s Common Experience theme “The Search for Justice.” The panelists...

House speaker calls for removal of confederate plaque in Texas Capitol

Texas House Speaker Joe Straus has requested the removal of a Civil War plaque in the Texas State Capitol. The plaque was erected by...

University invites guest speaker for Constitution Day

James R. Stoner, Jr. delivered a lecture titled “The Positive Liberty of Speech,” on Sept. 19 in the Alkek Teaching Theater as part of...

Why Texas State serves as a Hispanic-Serving Institution

Texas State has been recognized by the Hispanic Outlook magazine as one of the Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanic students. The university...

Faculty proposing Latina/o Studies minor

Texas State faculty members are proposing an interdisciplinary minor in Latina/o Studies. If the minor is approved and added to the university’s curriculum, the...

Student organizations host drives for Houston victims

While Hurricane Harvey did not cause extensive damage in San Marcos, it was catastrophic for residents of Houston. The flooding and damage Harvey brought...