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Students Against Hate Rally Comes To Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter The Texas Freedom Network’s student chapter, Texas Rising, hosted a rally Tuesday in conjunction with GLAAD, a media monitoring organization that promotes understanding and equality for the LGBTQ+ community. Texas State students met at the stallions in the Quad and marched to The Lair to protest multiple bills currently pending in the […]

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Breakdown: How Texas State University uses students’ money

By Elizabeth Parrish News Reporter Where does the money go? Students may have made this joke to their friends more than once after receiving their tuition bill but many never realize there is an answer to that question. The average cost of undergraduate tuition and fees for a student taking 15 credit hours at Texas […]

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Sewell Park Conditions After Heavy Rainfall Could Endanger Students

By Allison Randel News Reporter Along with class cancellations and delayed bus services on Tuesday, April 11 was the all too familiar sight of Sewell Park underwater. When heavy rain and thunderstorms hit San Marcos, the intersection of Aquarena Springs and Sessom Drive becomes an unusable and dangerous crossroad. This intersection, arguably the busiest and […]

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Connor Clegg Sworn in as New Class President

By Sean Mitchell News Reporter A new class body President and Vice President has been sworn in at Texas State. Connor Clegg and Colton Duncan were officially sworn in as student body President and Vice President of Texas State on Wednesday. The ceremony was held by the LBJ statue in the quad, where Clegg spoke […]

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Born Outraged: Janet Mock visits Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter “For a lot of folks, the majority of people in the (Women’s March) audience, were first time activists; it was their first political passion. They finally felt called to outrage, because they felt wronged by the election results. They were shocked by the way in which the county showed up, […]

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In the Public Interest Discusses Mental Health

By Amanda Forbes and Aaron Derton In the Public Interest Hosts Mental health is important at every stage of life; from childhood to adolescence and through adulthood. Factors contributing to mental health problems could include biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry, or life experiences, such as trauma, abuse, and family history. This week’s […]

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