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Effects of New Administration’s Travel Ban Resonate Close to Home

By Denver Donchez News Reporter President Trump’s executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries has been one of the most polarizing and publicized events of the new administration. The order, which temporarily banned refugees and immigrants from these seven countries from entering the United States, was intended by the administration to go into effect immediately, however […]

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In the Public Interest meets Relationship 101

By Amanda Forbes and Aaron Derton In the Public Interest Hosts Love is in the air as 2017 transitions into the month of February. What started out as a holiday to honor Christian saints such as Valentinus has turned into an annual holiday to celebrate relationships. Usually when one thinks of Valentine’s Day, they think […]

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Land Without Borders Exhibit

By Elizabeth Parrish News Reporter SAN MARCOS — A Land Without Borders: The Comanche Range is a new exhibit on display exploring the relationship between the Comanche and their impact on the history of the Southwest. Pieced together by a team of eleven history graduate students as part of a semester-long team project, the exhibit […]

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In the Public Interest Looks at Past Presidents

By Amanda Forbes and Aaron Derton In the Public Interest Hosts The topic of past presidents stems from the recent election of the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump. The businessman and former TV star turned political with his nomination as the Republican party presidential nominee last year. Despite polls predicting a […]

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Chat With the Chief Comes to the Quad

By Allison Randel News Reporter Texas State Police Department’s Chat With The Chief had its first table event of the spring semester last Wednesday. Chat With The Chief is the department’s initiative to connect police officers with students, where officers and Chief Jose Bañales set up a table in the Quad and take time to talk […]

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Women in Science and Engineering – Not Just for Females  

By Morgan Burrell News Reporter An organization on campus known as WISE, which stands for Women in Science and Engineering, met on Tuesday to further discuss the group’s annual conference that will take place in April. The WISE group is a collection of alumni, graduate students and faculty members that have experience in the fields […]

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