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Indian Student Association Embraces Diversity With Diwali

Nathalie Cohetero News Reporter Diwali (or Deepavali) is most known as an ancient Hindu celebration of harvest and a festival of lights. Its origins can be traced back to ancient India, and is the biggest and brightest of all Hindu holidays. In order to celebrate diversity, Texas State University's Indian Student Association (ISA) is hosting its own Diwali festival. ISA describe the organization as "A forum for cross cultural interaction transcending […]

todayNovember 13, 2015 78


Million Student March Brings Tuition Debt to Light

Carlos Marquez News Reporter  Texas State University students joined the nationwide movement to protest tuition cost in the United States. Texas State organizations such as Bobcats for Bernie, College Democrats, Feminist United and Black Women United gathered outside of Old Main and invited other students to join their protest. Texas State University March organizer and Minister of Information for Bobcats For Bernie, Rudy Martinez explained why the protesters were marching, […]

todayNovember 12, 2015 353

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Fluoride Removal from City Water Will Begin Tomorrow

Taylor Zavala News Director The addition of Fluoride to San Marcos drinking water is expected to stop tomorrow. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA), will end the practice of adding fluoride to the City of San Marcos Water Treatment Plant, where fluoride levels are expected to drop to natural levels within the next few days. The elimination of added fluoride to the San Marcos water is a result of the approval […]

todayNovember 11, 2015 31


Fighting Stallions Torn Between Pro Life, Pro Choice Protest

Marques Mingo Assistant News Director Barricades were established and lines formed around protesters near the Fighting Stallions statue. The Stallions mark the University's designated free speech zone, and were utilized after pro-life advocates presented extremely graphic photos near the zone, lining the statue with barricades while comparing abortion to genocide. Leader of the Display and member of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, Devorah Gilman said she brought the display to Texas State campus […]

todayNovember 4, 2015 35


Gregson, Derrick Give Final Thoughts on 2015 Election

Kasandra Garza News Reporter Last night's election results revealed Scott Gregson won city council elections for place 5, while Melissa Derrick won for place 6. Both candidates held their watch parties together. Gregson described the win as a “resounding” one for both him and Melissa Derrick. “I’m hopeful the voters of San Marcos will ultimately be pleased with this election,” Gregson said. Gregson said over the past five years, San […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 23

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Party Politics Choses Texas State for Chalkboard Project

Carlos Marquez News Reporter Texas State University was chosen as the inaugural campus for the Chalkboard Campus tour that was launched by Party Politics in coordination with the Organization of Student Social Workers. According to Politics 365, Party Politics is a national organization that is based in Washington D-C that creates non-partisan ways to add fun to the political process without mention of political party. The chalkboard stayed on campus […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 16


San Marcos Recovery in Effect Following Oct. 30 Flooding

DaLyah Jones News Reporter The City of San Marcos is in the recovery stages this week, after being hit by a severe thunderstorm that flooded parts of the city. Communications Director Kristi Wyatt says the city is currently assessing damages to the San Marcos area.  “We have a couple plans in place for people who have had damage to their home. The first thing is we want to know if […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 12

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Hays County Evacuations and Shelters

By. DaLyah Jones News Reporter Here is a list of updated evacuation areas: In San Marcos: All single and multi-family homes along the Blanco and San Marcos River In Kyle: Sunrise Drive and Kid Ranch Daycare. In Wimberley: Mill Race Lane, Fulton Ranch Rd., Flite Acres Rd. and Fulton Ranch Rd. In Buda: 645 FM 967, 209 FM 2770, Onion Creek Bluff St. & the Precinct 5 Office. The City […]

todayOctober 30, 2015 28


Residents Along the Blanco and San Marcos River Evacuated

By: Malik Mingo News Reporter The City of San Marcos has evacuated residents that live along the Blanco and San Marcos rivers.  Residents have been encouraged to evacuate to Doris Miller Junior High School for their safety. Previous evacuees at the San Marcos Activity Center have been bussed to the new evacuation site. The school is currently setting up a space for pets. “We do want people to be very […]

todayOctober 30, 2015 27

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