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Student Government concludes TPUSA investigation

Student Government concludes TPUSA investigation

Joyana Richer

March 5, 2019


Filed under News, Student Government, University

Former Student Government President, Brooklyn Boreing's contentious resignation in fall 2018 was surrounded by allegations that her campaign violated election code by receiving unreported political action campaign support. After a months-long investigation, a Student Government committee could not c...

Students strive with help of service animals

Students strive with help of service animals

Joyana Richer

February 28, 2019


Filed under News, University

Service animals can do a lot to help a person out, but what constitutes a service animal is sometimes a grey area. Texas State alumna Chevelle Hunter was diagnosed with level four congestive heart failure and Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and was told she only had seven months to live. Hunter wa...

Four Square businesses hit in burglary

Four Square businesses hit in burglary

Joyana Richer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Breaking, Business, In Brief, News, San Marcos

Four San Marcos businesses were broken into early Monday morning, with investigators saying they could all be related. The Vault, Green Parrot, Zelick's and Sunset Bowling Lanes were targeted and SMPD is still investigating. According to Bomersbach's statement, the suspect was "seen leaving in the...

Plunkett-Torpey calls for students to “Stand Up”

Plunkett-Torpey calls for students to “Stand Up”

Joyana Richer

February 5, 2019


Filed under News, Student Government

Editor's Note: The Plunkett-Torpey campaign was unable to meet with The Star due to unforeseeable circumstances. Presidential candidate Alex Plunkett and running mate Kelly Torpey claim to be running a clean campaign this year, saying students are left feeling betrayed by the lack of honesty and tr...

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