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Lemme get 23 coffees please | Editors’ Note #02

In this episode of the Editors' Note, Editor-in-Chief, Carrington J. Tatum and Managing Editor, Sawyer Click discuss the cashless kiosks in Jones Dining Hall,...

New year, new #TXST | Editors’ Note #01

In the first episode of the Editors' Note podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Carrington J. Tatum and Managing Editor, Sawyer Click recap the fall semester and winter...
Workers demolish the burned Iconic Village apartments Jan.15 on North LBJ Drive.

From the ashes: Iconic Village to rebuild apartments destroyed in blaze

Two Iconic Village and Vintage Pads buildings are to be reconstructed following a July 2018 blaze that killed five residents and displaced over 200....

City explores self-driving vehicles, paid parking, more, in Transportation Master Plan

In an ongoing update to San Marcos' Transportation Master Plan, the city has made a move toward autonomous vehicles and paid parking, as well as...

2018 General Election Results

Mayoral candidate Jane Hughson was elected as mayor of San Marcos Nov. 6, inching a 775-vote win over incumbent John Thomaides. Hughson won the election...
The Old First Baptist Church sits empty Oct. 9 on the corner of Mitchell street and Martin Luther King Drive.

Community rallies to save historic Old First Baptist Church

With boarded windows and chipping paint, a 110-year-old historically African-American church off Main Street has ignited a community-led movement to restore its structure –...
Texas State’s revenue from the Student Service Fee has grown by $1.9 million from fiscal year 2009-19.

Student Service Fee balloons to all-time high

Texas State's revenue from the Student Service Fee has ballooned to nearly $7 million due to years of record-breaking enrollment and an increasing reserve fund. The Student...
Police Lights, siren

San Marcos police searching for suspects in related carjackings

San Marcos police are searching for two suspects in what is believed to be two related San Marcos carjackings from late September and early...
Dorm rooms are being cramped with students; in preparation for the school year.

Housing department overbooks dorms, cites demand for low rates

With a growing student population, the Department of Housing and Residential Life at Texas State acknowledged to overbooking student housing on campus, citing it...

9/11 survivor shares story during remembrance ceremony

City officials and residents joined together early this morning to remember the heroes and victims of Sept. 11, 2001. The 9/11 attacks on the World...