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ASG elections


ASG Election Results

ASG elections polls closed April 2 and the results are out. You just heard the announcement of the new student body president and vice president for the 2014-2015 school year. Tiffany Young is elected as the new president and will work with Sean Quinones as the new vice president. April 2, the results were announced at 7 in Lily’s Lounge in LBJ. The constitution referendum passed with 357 votes. Current […]

todayApril 7, 2014 32


San Marcos ISD Cancels School For Great Flood

Last Thursday, many students woke up to emergency alerts about flash flood warnings in San Marcos. Over night, the city of San Marcos received over nine inches of rain leaving Sewell Park and Aquarena Springs flooded. Although Texas State classes weren't cancelled, some professors cancelled class on their own and all of San Marcos Consolidated ISD campuses were closed. Jason Gossett, assistant superintendent of business and support services for San […]

todayNovember 8, 2013 142



Red Cross on Central Texas Storms

After heavy rains and flash flood warnings this past weekend, the Red Cross is fixing the damages and preparing for more storms to come this week. Volunteers are going around to neighborhoods heavily affected by the storms in South Austin and surrounding communities to access the damage. Along with noting the damage, they are also supplying comfort supplies like toiletrees and clean-up kits. Bristel Bowen, Regional Director of Communications for […]

todayOctober 18, 2013 54

DC Capitol


State Rep. Jason Isaac on Government Shutdown

  In the third day of the government shutdown, more Americans are beginning to see affects. For the past sixteen years the government hasn't had a federal budget and has been relying on continuing resolutions. These resolutions last from a week to a year, but are not permanent and quickly expire. I had the opportunity to talk to our State Representative Jason Isaac about the partial shutdown. Isaac discusses which […]

todayOctober 4, 2013 28

Banda with KTSW reporters


President of Malawi Visits Texas State

Last week President Joyce Banda of the Republic of Malawi delivered the 15th annual Grosvenor Distinguished Lecture. Each year the school of Geography brings someone in for this lecture and this year President Banda happened to be in town. Banda discussed transformational partnerships in Malawi. Before Banda delivered her speech, I had the opportunity to talk to her about her presidency, education and issues she is pushing for in Malawi. […]

todaySeptember 27, 2013 30

Jason Isaac


State Representative Jason Isaac on Education

On September 15th, Texas State Representative Jason Isaac held the annual Barbecue round-up for House District 45. The event was a fundraising campaign for Jason Isaac and aimed to bring elected officials together. This was the third year Isaac held the event and his predecessor hosted it multiple years prior to that. Before enjoying barbecue and blackberry cobbler, Isaac discussed what he’s been doing since the 83rd legislative session ended. […]

todaySeptember 20, 2013 32


San Marcos Remembers 9/11

This morning San Marcos firefighters, city officials, and residents gathered at City Hall to commemorate the lives lost on September 11th including those who have lost their lives defending our country. The program was titled “Never Forgetting Means Never Forgetting” and was opened by city manager Jim Nuse. After Nuse spoke, San Marcos mayor Daniel Guerrero led a moment of silence. Guerrero talks about how our community has moved forward […]

todaySeptember 13, 2013 42

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