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Settling in Space Becomes Realistic Possibility

By Grant Morris News Reporter The day where we as people will be able to take to the stars may not be too far off. This was the prospect discussed at a Texas State Symposium this Saturday. Put on as a joint venture from members of both the philosophy and physics departments, this discussion presented a variety of enticing ideas from diverse speakers. Among the topics discussed were the importance of education […]

todaySeptember 30, 2016 16

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San Maximum: Gil’s Broiler

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Gil's Broiler is definitely a go to stop in achieving the maximum San Marcos experience. It was the first restaurant to appear in San Marcos, and has faithfully served its satisfied guests for decades. I have gone to Gil’s Broiler many times, and never once was the quality of the food/service less than fantastic. Gil’s Broiler is fantastic place to bring family or friends; It's a […]

todayJuly 20, 2016 23


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 42

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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 3


Texas State Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Higher Education Act

DaLyah Jones News Reporter The American Association of State colleges and universities, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, and Texas State University hosted the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Higher Education Act Signing yesterday evening. The event celebrated former president Lyndon B. Johnson signing the HEA act, which provided federal financial aid to students and colleges. The celebration included guest speakers from the AASCU, a taped presentation from U.S. […]

todayOctober 27, 2015 42


Open Hearing will Allow Students to Discuss Tuition Issues

KTSW News Department The Vice President of Student Affair's office will hold a hearing Wednesday, October 28 to discuss tuition issues. The hearing will be open to the public and campus community, where students will be able to freely discuss University tuition issues and the proposed tuition fee increase for the next academic school year. According to Texas State University's  Cost of Attendance, in-state tuition for 9 months is approximately $20,000 […]

todayOctober 24, 2015 1

LBJ Statue. Photo by Nathalie Cohetero


LBJ Museum to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Acts

Kasandra Garza News Reporter  The Lyndon B. Johnson Museum of San Marcos and the Texas State University Political Science Department will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act on Thursday, August 6th at 6 p.m. at the LBJ Museum. The event is and the museum will be showing a video of Johnson’s speech and signing ceremony. Larry Temple, Chairman of the LBJ Foundation and […]

todayJuly 30, 2015 271



Friday News Rundown (10-03-2014)

By Nestor Vazquez News Reporter A case of Ebola has emerged in Dallas. Texas State has been monitoring the Ebola situation in Africa for several months. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends evaluating people who've recently travelled from the affected West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia and Nigeria. Rodney E. Rohde, assistant professor in Texas State's College of Health Professions, says the hardest part about identifying […]

todayOctober 3, 2014 8

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San Marcos Celebrates LBJ’s Birthday

By Allie Ibarra News Reporter August 27 marked what would be former U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s 106th birthday. The famous Texas State alum was celebrated at the LBJ Museum in downtown San Marcos. David Schafer, chief of interpretation at the LBJ National Park, was the key speaker at the event. Schafer explained how he wanted the audience to remember the past saying: “I like to bring the past alive, […]

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