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Defeating child hunger is a cause worth fighting for

Child hunger is an issue that is affecting children across the nation, according to Feeding America’s research. However, School Fuel—a local volunteer-based organization—is urging...

Humanitarian shares a different side of conflict

Dr. Samantha Nutt, humanitarian, author and founder of War Child in North America, joined the likes of Maya Angelou and former President Gerald Ford...

A cause worth running after

Child hunger is an issue that is affecting children across the nation, according to Feeding America’s research. However, School Fuel—a local volunteer-based organization—is urging...

Celebrating Black History Month at Texas State

Black History Month is a time to reflect and learn about the many achievements and progress within the African-American community, and some students celebrated...

What students with wheelchairs experience on campus

Texas State is known for its scenery because it resides in the middle of hill country. However, students with disabilities may experience a different...

Students aim to create intergenerational bonds

With a goal to integrate learning connections between diverse generations, an organization at Texas State University aims to enhance the way people think of...

How Texas State students are affected by the immigration ban

President Donald Trump’s immigration ban directly affects numerous people around the world—and 22 of them are right here at Texas State University. The travel ban,...

Controversial pro-privacy Bathroom Bill may affect Texas State

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick introduced a controversial proposal that would, if approved, require people to use public restrooms that match their biological sex,...

Texas State receives $2.3 million grant for mussel research study

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced funding for a $2.3 million research proposal by Texas State University. An official study will begin by the end...

Texas State students’ thoughts on the immigration ban

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