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Mental Health and Gender Roles: An Interview with Conor Yarbrough

By Brittany Robinson Station Manager   For the last 15 years, countries all over the world have been celebrating International Men’s Day (IMD). With over 70 countries celebrating the annual event, the objective of IMD is more than just a celebration of men. It's a day to highlight men's and boy's health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality and more. At its root. it's a day to promote humanitarian values. […]

todayNovember 19, 2016 68


Trump Wins Presidency, City Council Elections Turn to a Runoff

By Dawson Vansteenhouse and Bri Watkins KTSW News Reporter and The University Star News Editor Donald Trump has been elected as our 45th President of the United States with a 279 to 218 electoral vote lead currently. "I pledge to every citizen I will be president for all Americans," Trump said. Trump expressed his gratitude and respect toward Clinton’s hard-working ethic to the greater good of the country. "I can only say, […]

todayNovember 9, 2016 38


Texas Tribune Recap: The Future of Paying for Higher Education

By Conor Yarbrough News Director A number of leaders from numerous industry fields gathered in Austin for the 6th annual Texas Tribune Festival. Throughout the three day festival over the weekend, industry experts gathered to discuss current issues and topics currently impacting our nation. At the panel entitled, “Paying for Higher Education," higher education officials and state congressmen from across Texas gathered to discuss the current state of affordable education. […]

todaySeptember 28, 2016 8

In the Public Interest

In the Public Interest Looks at San Marcos Growth and Gentrification

By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host In 2015, San Marcos was reported as the fastest growing city for the third consecutive year in a row. With the construction of the new highway, increased population and other factors, some believe San Marcos is on the cusp of gentrification. Join your hosts DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter as they discuss what is driving people to San Marcos, fears of gentrification […]

todaySeptember 26, 2016 74


Outdoor Rec Center Offers Array of Options for New Students

By Conor Yarbrough News Director Texas State University recently became the fourth largest university by population in the state. If you’ve been going to school here the last couple of years, you’ve seen the growth happening right before your eyes. New buildings have gone up, old ones have been modernized. If you walk around, things just look better. With those improvements have come more students. With more students, more diversity, and […]

todayAugust 20, 2016 24


Texas Water Safari Spotlight: John Mark Harras

By Conor Yarbrough News Director The Texas Water Safari attracts a special breed of person to it’s intimidating allure. Every summer at Spring Lake in San Marcos, a small group of individuals gather in the heart of the southwest for what is hailed as the most brutal canoe race in the world. For 54 years now, the Safari has been a staple of extreme sports in San Marcos. Each summer, a hundred or […]

todayJuly 7, 2016 96


Yarrington Overpass Construction to be Completed Soon

By Conor Yarbrough News Director With the Yarrington overpass quickly approaching completion, San Marcans have one less thing to worry about on the interstate yet another major renovation in town is expected to start soon. Originally a two-laned narrow bridge, The Yarrington overpass was long overdue for needed upgrades. In September, drivers will finally see the construction at exit 210 come to a wrap. TxDot spokesman Christopher Bishop said the overpass […]

todayJuly 6, 2016 32


The World’s Toughest Canoe Race Kicks-Off in San Marcos

By Conor Yarbrough News Director It’s called the world’s toughest canoe race. Tomorrow morning at 9 a.m., 116 teams will enter the waters of Spring lake at the Meadows Center to begin the 54th annual Texas Water Safari, a 260 mile long race that ends in the coastal town of Seadrift. Taken at a steady pace, the race usually runs four to five days, but the average amount of time […]

todayJune 24, 2016 15


What’s in Store for the University Golf Course

By Conor Yarbrough News Director Adios; That’s the word from the Texas State University golf course. Severe flooding last October has the course pinned with $1.2 million worth of damages and as a result the university has opted not to reopen the nine-hole fairway. Texas state officials met with numerous departments to discuss what to do with the course, and after extensive conversation about what the future holds, university spokesman, Matt […]

todayJune 20, 2016 16

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