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Hollywood playwright at Black and Latino Playwrights Conference

Josephina Lopez was honored at this year’s Black and Latino Playwrights Conference, where she spoke about her struggles as a Latina actress and playwright...

Art commissioners unveil mermaid statues

A swarm of ten mermaid statues decorated from head to tail presented as the main event of the Mermaid Aqua Faire after students and...

Student-run multicultural lounge is now open

The smell of Columbian food, laughter and people chattering filled the room of Lampasas as students walked through the opening of Texas State’s new...

Honors College Director of Academic Development retires after over two decades of service

The Honors College celebrated Diann McCabe's retirement after 20 years of service and dedication to the university and the community. Students and faculty of the...

Undocumented students find acceptance in student organization

Undocumented students founded an organization of their own on campus, which they now lean on for support in the current political climate. The Student Community...

Vendors give back at SMTX Pride

San Marcos’ 3rd annual SMTX Pride parade and festival brought out a variety of guests, including a line up of vendors looking to celebrate the...

Student chosen to work for congress in Latino leadership program

The Congressional Hispanic Caucas Institute: Congressional Internship Program has accepted a third Texas State student into the program. John Espinosa, political science senior, is one...

Senior year at Texas State leaves lasting impact on student turned lecturer

For one communication studies lecturer, Texas State was her dream school. As a freshman in high school, Marsha Burney watched her mother earn a...

High school students benefit from Bobcat volunteers’ advice

Texas State students mentor high school students, encouraging them to graduate and go to college. The Upward Bound Program is designed to help low-income high...

Playwrights conference brings opportunity to minority actors

Southwest Texas State had a handful of black students in 1974, including graduating actor and playwright, Eugene Lee. Lee was one of the few...