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San Marcos River. Photo by Christopher Cabello


Daily News Recap (4-23-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager The Senate approved Loretta Lynch to be attorney general today. She is the first African-American woman to hold the position. According to the New York Times, Lynch was confirmed as the new United States attorney for the Eastern District of New York with a 56 to 23 vote, with 10 Republicans voting for her. Her confirmation did take a few months as republicans […]

todayApril 23, 2015 2

San Marcos River. Photo by Christopher Cabello


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 9

LBJ Student Center Balcony. Photo by Daryan Jones


Daily News Recap (3-12-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager Texas State University student Turner Coulson sent out a Tweet recently that set some people on social media on fire. The tweet read “Let’s start gangs and shoot each other and attack cops then maybe the media will like us #CNNHatesMe." In Coulson’s 'About Me' section on his Twitter page, it said he was a Texas State student and a member of the […]

todayMarch 12, 2015 11

Old Main view from Alkek Library. Photo by Daryan Jones


Daily News Recap (3-3-15)

Complied by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager A justice report has concluded that Ferguson’s Police Department and the city's municipal court have engaged in pattern and practice discrimination against African Americans. The investigation began last summer by request of Attorney General Eric Holder after the shooting of Michael Brown. According to CNN statistics, the investigation reported that 88 percent of reported police force were exerted onto African Americans and […]

todayMarch 3, 2015 4

Texas State Campus


Monday News Rundown (12-1-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager With the deadline for funding the government quickly approaching on Dec. 11,  John Boehner and other Republican leaders feel engaging in a spending confrontation is the wrong way to counter the White House. According to The New York Times, President Obama’s executive action over immigration has left the Republicans furious. Boehner says he promises to fight the president “tooth and nail” and that […]

todayDecember 1, 2014 1

Texas State's "Fighting Stallions"


Texas State University Reacts to Ferguson Verdict

 Photos by Taylor Zavala, News Reporter Written by Reynaldo Leanos Jr., News Director Texas State University faculty, staff and students gathered at 10 a.m. today by the "Fighting Stallions" Free Speech Zone to show their support for Michael Brown, the teenager that was fatally shot by Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson. The Missouri grand jury decided not to indict Wilson last night. In response to this, the Texas State […]

todayNovember 25, 2014 16


Tuesday News Rundown (11-25-14)

By Nestor Vazquez News Web Editor An uproar has taken place in Ferguson, MO, after the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for the murder of Mike Brown was announced last night. CNN reports that some protesters in Ferguson have taken to peaceful protests, while others are participating in looting and other forms of destruction. Cities nationwide, like Chicago, Oakland and Washington, D.C. are hosting rallies to […]

todayNovember 25, 2014 10

LBJ Student Center


Wednesday News Rundown (11-19-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager State District Judge Bert Richardson has denied a defense motion to have two felony charges dismissed against outgoing Gov. Rick Perry. Perry argued that the allegation should have been voided over questions regarding the validity of the oath of office taken by the special prosecutor in the case, Michael McCrum, stating that he incorrectly took the oath of office when McCrum was sworn […]

todayNovember 19, 2014 1

Texas State Emergency Post


Good Cop, Bad Cop?

By Robert Nunez News Reporter All eyes are still on the Ferguson Police Department due to the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, which is still under investigation. It has ignited a nationwide conversation and has caused some divide between the Ferguson community and their police department, but how does this transcend into a community like ours? Robert Nunez has the story. For some college students, contacting the local police may […]

todaySeptember 15, 2014 15

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