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A Week in San Marcos

By Tara Davis Music Journalist Have you ever found yourself sitting around with friends wanting to do something but asking each other what is there to do? That’s the good thing about living in San Marcos: an event is constantly going on within a ten-minute drive. Whether it’s a Tuesday or Saturday night, there is bound to be an event that will get you out of the house and on […]

todayFebruary 21, 2023 39

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Texas State earns Texas Veterans Commission gold award 

By Baylee Green  News Reporter Texas State University has received the gold award for Veteran Education Excellence from the Texas Veterans Commission’s (TVC) Veterans Education Program for the second year in a row.   The gold award is the highest recognition a university or college can receive. It acknowledges the school’s success in providing an excellent education for student veterans and military-connected students.     The TVC’s mission “is to advocate […]

todayOctober 14, 2022 41


Texas State certified with Seal of Excelencia

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News   Texas State University received the Seal of Excelencia in 2022 from Excelencia in Education last Friday. The seal is granted based on the data, practices and leadership that serve and support Latino students. The Seal of Excelencia framework is based on over 20 years of research and work with institutions to use as an institutional self-assessment. A university that intentionally serves its […]

todayOctober 5, 2022 901 1


NASA Sponsors STEM Program at Texas State

Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News University Libraries partnered with NASA and the LBJ Institute for STEM Education and Research to launch the Micro-Credentialing Program at Alkek One.  The program will provide a new resume booster for students and faculty at no cost. The Texas State community can earn micro-credentials or digital badges in five STEM areas: 3D modeling, design and fabrication, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), video and audio editing, […]

todaySeptember 21, 2022 138 2

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President’s house demolition raises questions of new build on campus

By: Emma Jones  News Reporter  Last week, the demolition of the former Presidents house began. Texas State plans to build new pedestrian roadways and use the space for new academic or research facilities.   New Texas State President, Dr. Kelly Damphousse took office on July 1, 2022. When former President Denise Trauth announced her retirement last year, Texas State purchased a $2.9 million home for the new president in San […]

todaySeptember 1, 2022 351 3 2

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Sun Belt Realignment Brings New Opportunity to Texas State

By Bandera Barter In the midst of one of the most significant conference realignments in recent years, Texas State’s very own Sun Belt Conference is about to look very different. Sun Belt Conference Commissioner Keith Gill made it official on July 1st that the conference would be expanding to 14 teams, adding James Madison, Marshall, Old Dominion, and Southern Mississippi. Southern Mississippi will join Texas State in the Sun Belt […]

todayJuly 19, 2022 180 3

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Primary Runoff Election Day: Information you need to know about today’s election

Jordan Young Web Content Manager Texas election law states that candidates must earn more than 50% of the vote to avoid a runoff election. Today Texas voters will once again head to their local voting center in this year's Texas primary runoff election.  Here is some information you need to know about today's primary runoff election. In Texas, you can only vote in one party's primary in a year. So, if […]

todayMay 24, 2022 47 1

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Goodbye College Classes, Hello Real World

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager This little farewell has been sitting on my brain lately.  One minute wanting to write it, the next not even thinking I should. This is because a part of me knows that writing this equals my last article ever for KTSW, and it is a bittersweet ending. I am happy to end my time here as it means I am walking into the […]

todayMay 12, 2022 66

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Texas State Women’s Basketball Scores 105 Points Against Texas College

By JohnPaul Ekpe Sports Reporter Texas State women’s basketball (5-2) blew out Texas College (3-5) in a 105-37 win Sunday afternoon at the University Events Center, marking their third win in a row. The Bobcats’ 105-point performance Sunday afternoon marked the most points scored by the team under Head Coach Zenarae Antoine. The Bobcats won 100-42 in their previous matchup against the Texas College Steers on Nov. 13, 2009. The […]

todayDecember 10, 2021 137 3 2

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