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College Seniors Say an Early Goodbye

By Megan WehringAssistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas – The senior class of 2020 are spending their last semester in an online classroom, with an anti-climactic end to their college career. From finding the perfect quote for their cap decoration to longing for pictures under the UAC arch, Texas State seniors are finding that their goodbye on campus is arriving earlier than they planned. While it’s expected to have a […]

todayApril 26, 2020 4

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How to Stay Productive: Quarantine-Style

By Megan WehringAssistant News Director During this time of social distancing, I’ve been wanting to lay in bed and binge-watch Netflix shows everyday. College classes have become more self-paced than ever, so it’s more difficult now to stay motivated and productive. In a dream world, I would travel to my favorite coffee shops every day and sit in there to complete assignments. We must find new ways to stay productive, […]

todayApril 25, 2020

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Local Businesses Respond to COVID-19 with Retail-to-Go

By Megan WehringAssistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas--Several downtown retailers are opening their doors today for Retail-to-Go after over 100 of the 300 businesses in the Main Street district temporarily closed. The new Retail-to-Go order will allow minimal contact between transactions as customers can pay before they pick up items and delivery. The order is an opportunity for businesses to provide resources to customers, while maintaining the proper sanitation and […]

todayApril 24, 2020 5

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University Bus Shuttles Detour Around Construction

By Megan Wehring Senior News Reporter TXDot and local apartment complexes are working with Transportation Services to change bus routes for student safety.  The Blanco River shuttle route has updated after a Texas State bus was involved in an accident at the CastleRock apartments near Aquarena Springs Drive last semester. CastleRock now has a personal shuttle that picks students up in the front and back of the complex. Transportation Services […]

todayOctober 12, 2019 1

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A Texas State App is a Guardian for On-Campus Student Safety

By Megan WehringSenior News Reporter University Police go more technology-friendly after providing a mobile service for students to feel safer on campus from a click of a button. Bobcat Guardian is a free mobile app that allows a student’s emergency contacts to check on them when they set a safety timer. The timer works when a student sets it while they are walking across campus at night. If the timer […]

todayOctober 8, 2019 2

A silver parking permit with the Texas State logo and hints of maroon is attached to a vehicle’s windshield.


Virtual Parking Permits: Texas State’s Newest Innovation

By Megan Wehring Senior News Reporter  While the fall semester is underway, Texas State Parking Services is changing the way the university operates parking permits on campus.  Students and faculty will now be required to register their license plate for a virtual OPpermit in place of the previous sticker or hang tag on the vehicle. Parking Services will still have vehicles patrolling throughout campus, but there will be cameras attached […]

todaySeptember 26, 2019 6

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Valentine’s Business is Booming for Florists

By Megan WehringJunior News Reporter SAN MARCOS—A San Marcos florist prepared for buzzing business on Valentine’s Day months in advance of this week. Residents were looking for the perfect teddy bear or box of chocolates to give to their valentine this week and others waited until last night to go shopping. With the assumption the floral industry is on the decline, some turn away from buying flowers. However, there are […]

todayFebruary 14, 2019 4

A clothing store named Hays County Outfitters has a pop-up tent with multicolored long sleeve T- shirts, fluffy jackets, and hammocks for sale.


Market Days Fund School Programs

By Megan Wehring Junior Reporter Texas State University’s Student Involvement held its first Market Days of 2019 in late January. Market Days allows vendors to set up booths in the quad to promote their products and connect with students on campus. Student Development Specialist Kaitlin White said the vendor registration fees help raise funding for student programs on the Bobcat Trail near the quad. White said the money from Market […]

todayFebruary 9, 2019 11

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