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Bobcat Believers show their style at the Kohl’s Invitational

Four Texas State students, known as the Bobcat Believers, traveled to Kohl’s corporate office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to present their case study in the...

The Stallions: A free speech staple

Whether students are protesting, preachers are giving sermons or critical conversations are taking place, the Fighting Stallions statue on the Quad has remained a...

Graduate enrollment on the rise

As the semester comes to an end, enrollment at Texas State is rising and is continuing to break records. The university’s enrollment as of fall...

Graduate enrollment on the rise

As the semester comes to an end, enrollment at Texas State is rising and is continuing to break records. The university’s enrollment as of fall...

Annual Mutt Strutt celebrates thirteen years

San Martians and their pets’ wagging tails will have the opportunity to change an animal’s life at the 13th annual Mutt Strutt. The annual benefit...

Annual Mutt Strutt celebrates thirteen years

San Martians and their pets’ wagging tails will have the opportunity to change an animal’s life at the 13th annual Mutt Strutt. The annual benefit...

Four things to know before signing a lease at an apartment

As the spring semester comes to an end, Bobcats are weighing their housing options for the next year. With multiple off-campus living options, making a...

Student Government spring Roundtable

Student Government hosted the semi-annual Roundtable March 27 as the fourth edition of the Bobcats United series Monday night. Over 15 different administrations were represented...

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...