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Texas Tribune Festival discusses life after Roe

By Emma Jones  News Reporter    On Saturday, September 24th at the Texas Tribune Festival, four women met to discuss women’s health, women’s rights and an uncertain future following the overturn of Roe vs. Wade.   This panel was moderated by Ana Marie Cox, a columnist for The Cut. The featured guests were former state Sen. Wendy Davis, state Rep. Donna Howard and Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson.  Texas […]

todayOctober 7, 2022 18 2

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The Next Four Years

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Youth Voters! It is time to make an important decision. This applies in case y’all have not voted during early voting. There are a lot of races in this election cycle. From local elections to federal elections, the ballot will be filled with candidates. ALL of them do matter, so don’t just vote on the presidential part of the ballot! However, I will tell you […]

todayNovember 3, 2020 7

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Voting Matters More Than You Think

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Amidst the intensity of the Iowa caucus, a major event of the 2020 primary elections, voters of both the Republican and Democratic parties roll out to gather polling data and registering new voters. It happens just as locally as it does on a national level. In San Marcos, groups like College Democrats and Students for Trump encourage voting tirelessly. No matter what side of the […]

todayFebruary 13, 2020 5

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Texas State University Encourages Youth Voting

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Assistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas—The 2018 midterm elections saw an increase of voting among college students as universities, like Texas State, offered on-campus resources promoting political activism. Nationally, the 2018 midterm elections welcomed a surge of 18- to 29-year-old voters, which broke record turnout rates. According to a poll performed by the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), nearly 31% […]

todayApril 12, 2019 13

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Voting on Campus 2018

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor If you were able to register to vote before the registration deadline, there are some important things you might be wondering.Am I registered? What do I need to bring? When and where can I vote? Here are some great resources to make sure you are ready for election day! Check your registration status here. If you are from out of state request an absentee […]

todayOctober 19, 2018 38

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Use Your Voice! Register to Vote in 2018

By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor Depending on your stance, the 2016 presidential election was either a massive success or a devastating loss. What followed was a year of unprecedented victory for some and one full of fear, anxiety, uncertainty and change for others. To say that tensions are high is an understatement. Even though things feel more divisive than ever, there is one issue everyone seems to agree on. […]

todayJanuary 31, 2018 271

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Friday News Rundown (10-17-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager Miller Middle School was on lock down after a woman called the San Marcos Police Department yesterday afternoon saying that her ex-boyfriend was making various threats, including a threat to shoot a school. Miller Middle School was set as a potential target. The suspect was detained at the school’s parking lot with no harm to the public. No charges have been made yet and […]

todayOctober 17, 2014 3

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Wednesday News Rundown (10-15-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager A second Texas healthcare worker involved with the care of former Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has contracted the disease. The Texas nurse, who is not yet identified, had a preliminary Ebola test conducted late yesterday in Austin and was immediately isolated at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. A second test confirming the virus will be conducted at the Centers for Disease Control […]

todayOctober 15, 2014 11

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Monday News Rundown (10-06-2014)

By Bethany Perales News Reporter  Today is the last day to register to vote in the November election. Voting begins Tuesday, Nov. 4, with early voting beginning Monday, Oct. 20. Each Voter Application form must be received at least 30 days prior to the posted election date or today. Voting stations will be located on campus in the LBJ Student Center. One of the oldest societies on Texas State’s campus, the LBJ […]

todayOctober 6, 2014 28

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