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Student Health Center promotes STI testing

The Student Health Center is promoting the importance of year-round STI screenings with a new campaign. The campaign, It's Worth Knowing, has been promoted...

Downtown businesses honored at annual awards ceremony

The San Marcos Main Street Program hosted its 2017 Love Downtown awards Nov. 18, at the Hays County Historic Courthouse. The event honors local...

Food trucks drive away from The Hitch

Update: The Hitch blames city regulations, meanwhile the city of San Marcos calls the allegations, “rumors.” According to the city’s press release, “Beginning in January of...

Housing rates increasing from semester-to-semester

The increase in rent prices has become evident on several student housing apartments in the San Marcos area. Texas State students have no other...

University hosts events for international students

There are 545 international students that come from 74 different countries that are currently seeking a degree at Texas State. International Education Week hosted a...

City crafting first parks plan in 7 years

The Parks and Recreation department unveiled a new master plan at a town hall meeting Nov. 8. The year-long plan is the first since...

Professor studies HIV risk in Latino populations

One Texas State professor will be taking his research to help prevent HIV in Latino communities. Moctezuma Garcia, social work assistant professor, is set to...

Interfraternity Council issues statement on Greek suspsension

Following the suspension of Greek Affairs, the Texas State Interfraternity Council issued the following statement on the death of Matt Ellis and President Trauth’s...

Matt Ellis: The person not just the headline

Matt Ellis made national news from The New York Times to the Dallas Morning News following the suspension of all Greek Affairs at Texas...

President Trauth suspends Greek Affairs

Following reports of a student death being investigated by the San Marcos Police Department, President Denise Trauth issued the following email Tuesday to faculty,...