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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Tiger ShiNews Director On Sept. 18, 2020, the United States Supreme Court lost an icon. This icon was an inspiration for American women of both sides of the political spectrum. Nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, she was the second woman to serve on the highest court of the federal court system after Sandra Day O’Connor. Her name was Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Personally, I wasn’t that attentive to […]

todayOctober 3, 2020 4

Texas State Campus Bobcat Statue


State Employees,’ Same-Sex Spouses Now Qualify For Benefits

Taylor Zavala News Director Texas State University has received word from the Employees Retirement System of Texas that employees can now enroll a same-sex spouse and dependent(s) in the Group Benefits Program. Following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on June 26, 2015 that same-sex couples can now be legally married throughout the nation, today is the first day any state agency and higher education employee can apply for benefits on […]

todayJuly 1, 2015 15

Stallions Statue. Photo by Nathalie Cohetero


Daily News Recap (6-26-15)

by Kassandra Garza KTSW News According to New York times, New York prison escapee Richard Matt has been shot and killed near lake Titus in New York just a few hours ago. David Sweat is being chased by law enforcement teams. At least 37 people were killed at a beachfront Tunisian hotel today in the city of Soose. There were three attackers, only one was caught. Along with these attacks, two […]

todayJune 26, 2015

Flowers by Texas State University wall. Photo by Dylan Lochridge-Fletcher


Daily News Recap (4-9-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager The individual that was hit by the train yesterday in San Marcos was a 16 year old male. Union Pacific Media Director for Texas Jeff DeGraff says that the individual had headphones in at the time of the accident and could have potentially been the reason why he did not hear the warning signs from the train. The Individual crossed at an […]

todayApril 9, 2015 8

Alkek Library. Photo by Dylan Lochridge-Fletcher


Daily News Recap (3-23-15)

Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager First Term Texas Senator Ted Cruz [spoke] at Virginia’s Liberty University [this morning], making his first public announcement for his presidential bid, following a 30 second presidential nomination video which Cruz was released earlier this morning. Senator Cruz is the first candidate to formally announce his plans for the GOP Primary races and has already begun his campaign tour. Senator Cruz is […]

todayMarch 23, 2015 11

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