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Students at Bobcat Village Feel Neglected by Texas State University After Power Outages and Evacuations

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager Beginning Monday night, water flow in three buildings at Bobcat Village residence hall caused fire alarms to go off and residents were forced to relocate indefinitely- given no housing options from the university other than to stay in a COVID-19 quarantine building in the complex.  After a day of rolling blackouts across San Marcos, fire alarms went off in a building at Bobcat Village […]

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Jaylen Shead in a white and maroon Texas State jersey passes the ball to a teammate during a basketball game at Strahan Arena in San Marcos, Texas.

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Former Texas State Guard Jaylen Shead Details Coach Kaspar’s Alleged Racially Insensitive Remarks

By KTSW Sports Staff@KTSWSports Former Texas State guard Jaylen Shead took to Twitter this evening revealing the racially insensitive remarks made by current head coach Danny Kaspar that led to Shead’s surprise transfer in the summer of 2019. Shead played as the starting point guard for the Bobcats in 2018 before transferring to Washington State following his junior year. Shead declined a scholarship and graduate assistant position on Kaspar’s coaching […]

todayJune 4, 2020 471

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Texas State Greek Life Gets Back on Their Feet

By Ashley Bowerman News Reporter Greek life is operating differently this fall after the new policies made by Texas State President Denise Trauth. In November of 2017 the University suspended all Greek life following the death of 20-year-old Phi Kappa Psi pledge Matthew Ellis. Ellis was the fourth fraternity pledge to die at in the nation last year. Trauth demanded a thorough review of the Greek Affairs system. The new […]

todaySeptember 28, 2018 117

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Student Government Round Table

By Joyana Richer News Reporter Students voiced concerns to members of the student government body and University administration during the Spring Roundtable Meeting. President Trauth said she is making an effort to ensure a safer feeling campus for students and said she wants to provide more ways for students to feel connected to and heard by their University. She said there are a couple levels to the safety concern. The first […]

todayApril 6, 2018 11

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Students Demand the Resignation of Texas State Student Body President

By Camelia Juarez Assistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas--Texas State students called for the resignation of Student Body President Connor Clegg after discovering what critics call racist posts on social media. A protest and public forum were held Monday evening. The protest met at the Fighting Stallions statue on Texas State Campus, then minority student groups, such as SCOPE and PAAC, led the crowd to the LBJ Teaching Theater where […]

todayFebruary 8, 2018 30

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Texas Senate Committee Advocates for Free Speech

By Shannon Sampson News Reporter SAN MARCOS -- The Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs held a public hearing Wednesday, February 2nd, concerning First Amendment rights and restrictions on college campuses. Tensions have risen concerning what opinions and statements students can or cannot say or publish while on campus. Last November, the University Star published an opinions article that gained Texas State University unwanted national attention concerning First Amendment infringement […]

todayFebruary 7, 2018 121

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Campus Carry Regulations to be Finalized In May

By Grayson Kirkham News Reporter   According to Ammo Land - Shooting Sports News, Students for Concealed Carry commends both Texas State University and University of Texas at Tyler for adopting clear policies and limited gun-free zones without undermining the new state campus carry law or taking away rights from concealed handgun license holders. Texas Senate Bill 11 will be put into effect on August 1 of this year.The bill […]

todayApril 14, 2016 19

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President Trauth Gives Insight On University Goals

By Matthew Hamill News and Sports Reporter When the Texas State University Football team put the Florida State Seminoles on their schedule, everyone knew that this was a move by the Texas State Athletic Department to put Texas State Athletics on the map. Traveling to Tallahassee for a football game wasn’t just beneficial to the Athletic Department, but to the University. Texas State University President Denise Trauth traveled to Tallahassee […]

todaySeptember 30, 2015 10

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Texas State Campus Carry Task Force to Review Gun Free Zones

Matthew Hamill Assistant News Director In late May, both houses of  the Texas Legislature approved Campus open carry and sent the bill to the Governor Abbott’s office. Although many major universities opposed the bill, gun lobbyists made this bill a top priority. The law doesn’t go into effect until August 1st 2016, and Texas State President Denise Trauth is already beginning to prepare the University “What I have done is […]

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