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Thank you, Texas State University

By Calvin L MillerWeb Content Contributor After two years, my long journey of attaining a master’s degree is now complete, all thanks to Texas State University and its wonderful staff. When I graduated with my bachelor’s in 2011 and relocated to Dallas, Texas, I floated around from job to job until I ended up accidentally becoming a teacher for three years. However, after five years in Dallas, I knew I […]

todayJuly 6, 2021 20

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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 43

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Exploring Relationships Through Poetry: Interview with Claudia Delfina Cardona on “What Remains”

Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor Poet and San Antonio native, Claudia Delfina Cardona, released “What Remains” in 2020 after graduating from Texas State with an M.F.A. in creative writing. Infused with elements of pop culture, “What Remains” is a collection of poems written over several years about topics, like love, friendship and gentrification.  Claudia grew up surrounded by poetry, because her father, Jesse Cardona, happens to be a poet. Her love of film, TV, and music is evident throughout her work. In fact, a few months […]

todayApril 25, 2021 23

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Texas State University: Wittliff Collections

By Katie KrupinskiCommunity Relations The Wittliff Collections is a museum with a wide variety of art based around Southwestern and Mexican culture. It currently contains many collections based around Southwestern and Mexican photography, writers, art, research and much more. For anyone interested, it is located on the 7th floor of Texas State University’s Albert B. Alkek Library and is free for all visitors upon appointment. “Asleep as the Wheel.” Photo […]

todayMarch 17, 2021 7

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Students at Bobcat Village Feel Neglected by Texas State University After Power Outages and Evacuations

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Assistant Manager Beginning Monday night, water flow in three buildings at Bobcat Village residence hall caused fire alarms to go off and residents were forced to relocate indefinitely- given no housing options from the university other than to stay in a COVID-19 quarantine building in the complex.  After a day of rolling blackouts across San Marcos, fire alarms went off in a building at Bobcat Village […]

todayFebruary 18, 2021 60 15

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12/02/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Tiger ShiNews Director SAN MARCOS, Texas-- Hays County reported 7,429 cases of COVID-19 as of December 2, according to the Hays County COVID-19 dashboard. Positivity rate of those tested increased from about 6% to 7% in late November. Hospitalizations of Hays County residents decreased from 16 to 12 as of December 1. The total number of cases in Hays County has been surging since late October. The local health […]

todayDecember 2, 2020 3

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11/25/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Devon Bates and Ally BolenderNews Reporter and News Content Manager SAN MARCOS, TEXAS--President Trauth and other university leaders shared updates with faculty and staff in a virtual Town Hall on November 23. President Trauth discussed a promising outlook for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, she encouraged students to bring learning materials home for the break as the fall semester schedule remains unchanged following Thanksgiving. She also recommended […]

todayNovember 26, 2020 3 1

Texas State football players run onto the field inside Bobcat Stadium with the Texas State band and cheer squads tunneling them towards the goalpost as fans fill the stands.

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Texas State defensive back Khambrail Winters killed in San Marcos shooting

By KTSW Sports Staff@KTSWSports Texas State defensive back Khambrail Winters, 20, was killed in a shooting at The Lodge apartments in San Marcos Tuesday night. Enalisa Briana Blackman and Michael Tyreek Ifeanacho are charged with the capital murder of Winters. Blackman and Ifeanacho are being held in Hays County Jail. San Marcos police are searching for the identities of other possible suspects or witnesses of the shooting. Winters’ death is […]

todayNovember 25, 2020 8 1

Hostile Terrain at Texas State University.

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The Hostile Terrain 94 Exhibit: Tracking Migrant Deaths Across The Border

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Hostile Terrain 94 is an interactive art exhibit currently held at the Texas State Galleries. The exhibit is a part of the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP) founded by anthropologist Jason De León. This project is focused on educating individuals and raising awareness of the realities of the U.S. border patrol. Since the border patrol policy “Prevention Through Deterrence” began in 1994, death is a daily […]

todayNovember 22, 2020 14

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