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The Next Four Years

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Youth Voters! It is time to make an important decision. This applies in case y’all have not voted during early voting. There are a lot of races in this election cycle. From local elections to federal elections, the ballot will be filled with candidates. ALL of them do matter, so don’t just vote on the presidential part of the ballot! However, I will tell you […]

todayNovember 3, 2020 10

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Meet Your Candidates: Jane Hughson

By Kaitlyn Benacquisto Blog Content Contributor Jane Hughson is the Democratic candidate running for mayor of Hays County. Here is the low-down on who she is, why she’s running, and her platform. What does the mayor do? The mayor holds the highest elective office in city government. The mayor acts as a leader of the city and works to guide the city in the right direction. The person in this […]

todayOctober 31, 2018 561


The Importance of South Park

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Mark your calendars. South Park returns today! Tune in to Comedy Central at 9pm to catch the season premiere of season 21. Yes, season 21, can you believe it? South Park premiered on Comedy Central on August 13th, 1997. The show is older than me. There is no doubt about it that there is something special about a show that can run for 20 […]

todaySeptember 13, 2017 241

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Latest City Council Debate Increases Tensions Between Candidates

by Taylor Zavala News Director The University Star hosted a debate between Place 5 and Place 6 candidates for San Marcos City Council. Candidates for Place 5 include Scott Gregson and Frank Arredondo. Candidates for Place 6 include Melissa Derrick and incumbent Shane Scott. Questions directed at all four candidates ranged through a variety of topics, including the role Texas State University plays in the growth of San Marcos, concerns […]

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Daily News Recap (4-6-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager New information is now being released regarding the Garissa University College massacre, including details that the Kenyan government had been informed that there would be an attack on a Garissa University prior to the attack with no indication of which university. According to CNN, soon after the alarm sounded during last weeks massacre, the Kenyan rapid response team was stuck in the […]

todayApril 6, 2015 11

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Student Government Election Results

by DaLyah Jones KTSW News Story aired February 2015     The Texas State Student Government recently held their presidential election and newly elected president Lauren Stotler is morethan happy with the results. Stotler says she can't wait to take her newly elected positions because she has many plans for the organization. “One of the first things that I want to do is make sure people want to join student government,” said Stotler. “We have a few senators who just got elected tonight, but I also want to get a little bit more […]

todayMarch 27, 2015 20

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Monday News Rundown (10-20-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager The Texas Archeological Society is having a public forum during their annual meeting at Embassy Suites Friday . The presentation will be over the Monterrey Shipwrecks. The speakers include Amy Borgens, Texas Historical Commission marin archaeologist, and Frederick Hanselmann, chief underwater archeologist for The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. Today is the first day of early voting for the November elections.The […]

todayOctober 20, 2014 5

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Friday News Rundown (10-17-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager Miller Middle School was on lock down after a woman called the San Marcos Police Department yesterday afternoon saying that her ex-boyfriend was making various threats, including a threat to shoot a school. Miller Middle School was set as a potential target. The suspect was detained at the school’s parking lot with no harm to the public. No charges have been made yet and […]

todayOctober 17, 2014 3

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Thursday News Rundown (10-16-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager Sunday will begin the final phase of construction at the LBJ/University Drive intersection. The intersection will be completely closed for a few hours that morning and, once reopened, traffic will be reduced to one lane of northbound traffic on LBJ. That intersection will be closed to University Drive traffic through December while water control projects are completed. Streetlights will be installed elsewhere along […]

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