Flu season is right around the corner and Texas State’s Student Health Center will be offering flu shots from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. tomorrow. Student Health Center Director Emilio Carranco said that Ebola and the common flu have similar symptoms like fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle and abdominal pains and headaches. Carranco also said that students getting their flu shots would be ideal if there was a significant spread of Ebola.
The Seattle City Council changed the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day. While the change is only in Seattle, they hope to recognize the continued suffering of the indigenous people. In San Marcos, Indigenous Cultures Institute member Maria Rocha said San Marcos has a piece of history involving the indigenous people.
LBJ Street has been turned into a movie set. ABC Studios is shooting an episode of “American Crime” and will be using the historic San Marcos downtown area as a set.
21-year-old Jessica Hunter, a Texas State junior, died on Sunday, Oct. 5 at the Austin CIty Limits music festival. Hunter and friends took a drug called “Molly,” also known as Ecstasy, during the festival. An Austin Police Department detective was off-duty conducting traffic when he noticed Hunter was in medical distress. Hunter died on Wednesday Oct. 8, but her toxicology results are still under investigation.
By Caleb-Ryan Davis KTSW Sports After sealing last Saturday’s win, the Texas State Bobcats seized the title of “Best Team in The Sun Belt." Texas State comes into Tuesday's game against the University of Louisiana Lafayette's Ragin' Cajuns with a 3-2 season. Louisiana Lafayette enters Bobcat Stadium Tuesday night with its own 2-3, win-loss record this season. There’s a lot of excitement swirling around the Hill Country this week, and […]
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