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Karen Aroian, VP of Student Programming Women Communicators of Austin


Girl Power: A Conversation with Karen Aroian

By Tara Pohlmeyer & Sydney Huddleston Hosts of Girl Power Women Communicators of Austin is a unique organization offering leadership development for those in the communications field. "WCA champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving field of communications." Karen Aroian, the Vice President of Student Programming, spoke with Girl Power on Wednesday, Sept. 2 […]

todaySeptember 4, 2015 98


City Council to Conduct Tests Near UAC

Click to download City Council to Conduct Test Near UAC It’s unclear whether Texas State University will move forward in conducting a traffic study at the intersection of North Guadalupe Street and West Woods Street after City Council declined to share the costs involved with the analysis on Tuesday night. The intersection, located in front of the Undergraduate Admissions Center, is a hub for traffic. From pedestrians, to buses, to […]

todayJuly 10, 2014 63

Relay for life


Texas State Holds Annual Relay for Life

Texas State held it’s annual Relay for Life event benefiting the American Cancer Society on April 11th. This year, Texas State organizations participating in Relay for Life raised over $25,000 for the American Cancer Society. The Relay for Life committee works toward their one event each year. Building up to that event, they help organizations raise funds and then gather for the 12-hour relay at the Student Recreation Center to honor […]

todayApril 21, 2014 49

Police chief Howard Wiilliams


SMPD Reflects on Fort Hood Shooting

In the wake of the Fort Hood shooting on April 2, we spoke to San Marcos Police Chief Howard Williams to get his take on the event. Police Chief Howard Williams has served San Marcos for 11 years now, and said that the city has never seen a mass shooting like what happened in Fort Hood last week. Williams said when he first heard about the event, he had lots […]

todayApril 7, 2014 41

Hays county water problem


Hays County Water Reservation Plans

The Hays County Commissioners held a special meeting with public officials from neighboring counties last Monday, regarding regional water policy. The Hays County Commissioners are working to find a way to ensure that there will be water in the future for the ever-growing population of the Central Texas area. County Judge Bert Cobb says that this was the hardest endeavor he has ever engaged in. The county is currently contracted […]

todayApril 7, 2014 54

Hays county jail


Hays County Jail Soon to Exceed Capacity

With San Marcos and Hays County being the fastest growing area in the country, there is a greater demand for beds in the Hays County Jail. Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler says the current jail population of about 300 inmates is manageable, but a recent study revealed that the jail could exceed capacity soon. By the year 2020, Hays County could need as many as 600 beds, and a decade […]

todayMarch 31, 2014 198

Greg Abbott


Greg Abbott Chosen for Republican Candidate

Greg Abbott was chosen as the Republican candidate for governor of Texas election in the March 4 primaries. Attorney General Greg Abbott chose San Antonio as the site for his election watch party. His Communications Coordinator Avdiel Huerta said that Abbott’s wife Cecilia was raised in San Antonio. "Mr. Abbott, General Abbott and his wife got married here in San Antonio. It’s a very special city for the Abbott family." - Avdiel  […]

todayMarch 21, 2014 361

Commisioner Whisenant


Commissioner Whisenant Runs for Another Term

Hays County Commissioner Ray Whisenant is running unopposed for another four year term. Commissioner Whisenant is running for his second term, after being elected to his role in November of 2010. He represents Precinct 4, the Dripping Springs area, and is retired from a 36-year career with the water industry. He also works with the Clean Air Coalition and the Hays County Fleet Committee. Whisenant says that he’s happy that […]

todayMarch 19, 2014 45

Lampasas Hall, Honors college


San Marcos Chautauqua Brings Back History

The Texas State Honors College is bringing back a long lost historical event to the University. During the late 1800s, the San Marcos Chautauqua was an educational event that spanned across a summer. It happened on Chautauqua Hill, where Old Main sits. People would come to hear lectures and participate in a variety of lessons over the course of a few weeks. The Honors College is creating their own Chautauqua […]

todayMarch 19, 2014 144

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