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Student pantry coming to Texas State

Faculty and students of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences are partnering with food groups on campus and potentially the Hays County Food...

Composting program faces fund cuts

The on-campus composting program, Bobcat Blend, has been reducing the amount of organic waste discharged from campus, while educating the community on the value...

Changes coming to School of Criminal Justice and Nursing

Texas State administration has introduced changes to curriculum for the upcoming semesters. The School of Criminal Justice is changing degree requirements and the School...

San Marcos resident receives more than 1,000 years in prison

The Hays County District Attorney’s Office released a statement Tuesday concerning the sentence of a San Marcos resident charged with sexual abuse, aggravated sexual...

Last Student Government meeting of the semester yields four passed pieces

Four pieces of legislation passed Monday night, at the last Student Government meeting of the fall semester. These four pieces were read to the body...

University’s relationship with the San Marcos community

In 2016, there was a merging of the Office of Community Relations with the Division of Student Affairs. Since its consolidation, some San Marcos...

Texas State: a bike-friendly campus

This November, Texas State was named one of 46 Bicycle Friendly Universities in the nation by the League of American Cyclists. The League of American...

Sutherland Springs gunman sparks encryption debate

The FBI's inability to decrypt the phone of Sutherland Springs gunman Devin Kelley has reignited the government's desire for a backdoor access to technological...

Local and national non-profits to distribute Thanksgiving meals

Two organizations intend to distribute thousands of meals throughout the Thanksgiving holiday. Turkeys Tackling Hunger and Operation Turkey will be feeding families during the...

Student Goverment reads resolutions ranging from DACA to student organizations

Student Government's Monday night meeting began with a moment of silence for Matthew Ellis before reading five resolutions. Additionally, Nellie Perry was sworn in as...