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UPD’s 2020 Clery Report Shows Increase in Reported Crime at Texas State University

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager Texas State University students feel unsafe on the San Marcos campus after the University Police Department’s (UPD) 2020 Clery report revealed that crime rates have gone up significantly since 2017. The Clery Act is a federal law designed to ensure that universities are fostering campus safety. Some crimes listed under the Clery Act include rape, burglary and aggravated assault. The act requires universities to […]

todayApril 25, 2021 373

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How COVID Will Destroy and Remake the Public-School System

By Calvin MillerGuest Writer for Community Relations Back on Thursday of March 12th of 2020, I remember us teachers were so happy that Spring Break was only one more day away. We woke up the next morning to texts and e-mails from the school district that classes on that day were canceled and spring break started one day early, on Friday, March 13th. Little did we all know what was […]

todayNovember 11, 2020 11

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How to Survive a Music Festival

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor We are at the cusp of the beginning of festival season. For the past few weeks, our social media timelines have been flooding with festival lineup releases left and right. Coachella, Hangout Feast, Ultra and Governors Ball are just some of the big-name festivals coming up. The iconic “ACL FEAST” sign that hangs at Austin City Limits each year. Image by Stacey Ramirez. Traveling to […]

todayFebruary 20, 2020 38

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5 Safety Tips for the Fourth of July

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor The Fourth of July is a perfect time to get together with friends, family and, of course, fireworks. As important as it is to have fun on this Independence Day, it’s just as important to do so safely. Check out these safety tips to help avoid any accidents this Fourth of July: 1. Practice firework safety Fireworks are a necessity for the Fourth of July, […]

todayJuly 3, 2019 16

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Be (a)ware this Halloween

By Andronica Owens Web Content Contributor Do you have any plans this Halloween? Are you going to be stuck at work? Or do you plan on spending the night snuggled up on the couch watching horror movies? Maybe you’ve heard about the Halloween parties being thrown or want to hit the town. October is a busy month, so many people see it as a perfect chance to unwind and throw […]

todayOctober 24, 2018 64



Say No to Drinking and Driving

By Anna Valdez Web Content Contributor DISCLAIMER: This article is not, in any way, intended to promote drinking or any other drug use. If you are planning a night out with friends this weekend, it is always important to be responsible. There is a reason commercials advertising alcohol products emphasize drinking responsibly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 29 people in the United States die everyday in […]

todayOctober 8, 2018 30

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Tips For Safe Travels

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor This past summer, I vacationed in Las Vegas a.k.a. Sin City. Much like New York City, Las Vegas is a city that never seems to sleep and it honestly can be very overwhelming at times. However, that is how most places will seem to you when they are foreign to you. And even if you are somewhat familiar with an area, things are constantly […]

todayOctober 27, 2017 111

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Safety Tips for Large Events

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor The world is aching for the victims and their loved ones. What happened in Las Vegas is sickening and the work of the devil. Situations like this cause people to want to stay cooped up at home when they should be out enjoying a concert or movie. We can’t live in fear. We would be letting them win if we did. Our brave nation […]

todayOctober 13, 2017 28


Sewell Park Conditions After Heavy Rainfall Could Endanger Students

By Allison Randel News Reporter Along with class cancellations and delayed bus services on Tuesday, April 11 was the all too familiar sight of Sewell Park underwater. When heavy rain and thunderstorms hit San Marcos, the intersection of Aquarena Springs and Sessom Drive becomes an unusable and dangerous crossroad. This intersection, arguably the busiest and most widely used one on campus, is also the location of Sewell Park. Assistant Director […]

todayApril 18, 2017 79

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