Free Tuition, Fifteen Dollar Minimum Wage Among Texas State Protesters’ Demands

By Jairo Devora News Reporter   Wind, rain and humidity weren’t enough to stop the Million Student March. With megaphones, banners and signs in hand, students marched across campus to spread their message to the student body, faculty and administrators. … Continue reading Free Tuition, Fifteen Dollar Minimum Wage Among Texas State Protesters’ Demands

Homann-Martinez Disqualified From Student Government Race

News Department After the results of Student Government President and Vice President were delayed from being announced last night, the Student Government Election Board have announced that candidates  Andrew Homann and Samantha Martinez have been disqualified. The disqualification comes following … Continue reading Homann-Martinez Disqualified From Student Government Race

Student Government Candidates Debate Covers Multiple Campus Issues

By Clayton Kelley News Reporter Many heated discussions such as campus diversity, gun safety, and student involvement were brought up at the 2016 Student Government debate. Each candidate brought something new to the table and remained strongly convicted in enforcing … Continue reading Student Government Candidates Debate Covers Multiple Campus Issues

City Hall

City Council Passes Amendment, Requires Qualifying Businesses Pay Workers “Living Wage”

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director    San Marcos City Council has passed a new amendment in the city’s Economic Development Policy that  requires all employers qualifying for an economic development incentive to pay their employees a minimum of $15 … Continue reading City Council Passes Amendment, Requires Qualifying Businesses Pay Workers “Living Wage”

Texas State Art Student Returns for Second Performance Piece

News Department This week Texas State University Studio Arts Senior Monika Rostvold displayed her second live artistic demonstration. Last April, Rostvold sat nearly naked on the steps of Alkek Library for a 45 minute demonstration. The point Rostvold wished to make? To … Continue reading Texas State Art Student Returns for Second Performance Piece