Carlos Marquez III

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Local Museum Displays New Exhibit Spotlighting Texas State and Local Artists

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   The Calaboose Museum is a San Marcos museum which showcases African American history that is local to the area. The museum is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is open to appointments during the week for anyone interested in visiting. The museum has numerous exhibits detailing several issues in African American history such as slavery and the oppression of the Ku Klux […]

todayMay 4, 2016 67


Therapy Dogs Will Return for Finals Week

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   The Texas State Alkek Library will have therapeutic dogs just before finals start to help reduce stress. Studying for final exams can be nerve­-wrecking and can lead many students to turn to unhealthy measures to help them focus. However, the Texas State Alkek Library is offering a healthy alternative to help students relieve stress and find a distraction from testing. Alkek Library Commons Assistant Kay […]

todayMay 2, 2016 48


Hays Caldwell Women’s Center Hopes to Raise Awareness of Sexual Assault

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   The Hays Caldwell Women’s Center is raising Sexual Assault awareness on the Texas State campus Each year, there are about 293,000 victims of sexual assault in the U.S. The Rape Abuse and Incest National Network reported that 44 percent of sexual assault victims are under 18 and 47 percent of rapists are a friend or acquaintance to the victim. Every 107 seconds, another […]

todayApril 18, 2016 97


Hays Caldwell Women’s Center Brings Awareness During Child Abuse Prevention Month

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   The Child Help organization reported that every year more than 3.6 million referrals are made to child protection agencies involving more than 6.6 million children who have experienced child abuse. At least one report of child abuse is made every ten seconds and in 2014, state agencies found an estimated 702,000 victims of child maltreatment. Individuals who reported six or more adverse […]

todayApril 15, 2016 49


Alkek Library Celebrates National Poetry Month

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   Two Texas State poets will be sharing their poems in the Alkek Library in honor of National Poetry Month on April 14, 2016. This month marks the 20th anniversary of the National Poetry Month which was inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996. National Poetry Month has become the largest literary celebration in the world with schools, booksellers and various […]

todayApril 13, 2016 88


Bobcat Build Continues To Benefit San Marcos and Texas State

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter Bobcat Build is an annual community service event which encourages Texas State students, staff and faculty to complete several service projects in San Marcos to thank the local community for its continued support of the university. Student volunteers tackle outdoor projects such as landscaping, playground clean-up and green space pick ups. The event serves as both a service event and as a social […]

todayApril 4, 2016 22


Too Much Coffee Can Harm Your Health

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   An average of 180­ million Americans drink coffee every morning to begin their day. Coffee can help people wake up in the morning and can help them feel more alert but it can also do a number of other things. The Texas State Health Center has not observed a severe negative impact on students who drink too much coffee but agrees that students should be […]

todayApril 4, 2016 57


Texas State Student Combats Negative Muslim Stereotypes

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   The Texas State Muslim Student Association develops cooperation and understanding among Muslim Students. The organization also welcomes students of various other faiths as well as students of non­-faith to participate in congregational prayers and cultural activities. Their mission is to help Muslim students and Non-­Muslim students become aware of each other's surroundings, beliefs and cultures to better understand and collaborate in their student activities and events. One […]

todayMarch 11, 2016 76


Texas State Emergency Management Recommends to Stay ‘Weather Aware’

By Carlos Marquez III Senior News Reporter   CNS News released a report of 333 deaths due to severe weather in the U.S. in 2014. A combination of heavy rain, flash floods and lightning have also proven to be deadly in the U.S., as well as in Texas. Lightning is produced when water and ice particles rub against each other inside a storm cloud and charge the cloud’s particles. The […]

todayMarch 8, 2016 25

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