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Texas State administrators may be learning to respond to white supremacy

Texas State administrators may be learning to respond to white supremacy

Zach Ienatsch

October 17, 2018


Filed under Opinions, The Main Point

Last Thursday, any false sense of security on the campus quad was rescinded when racist business cards from a white supremacist group appeared scattered along the walkways. Events like these are anything but new. Texas State has been targeted by white supremacist groups for roughly two years in the...

Texas State lacks space for students moving forward

Texas State lacks space for students moving forward

Jordan Drake

September 7, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Headlines were made in mid-July when it was revealed that Purdue University overbooked its dorm rooms and students were forced to live in a large office-like space where the standard dorm furniture functions as the walls and outline of a room. While Purdue students online were outraged at the livin...

Texas State offers financial and emotional support to students following deadly apartment fire

Texas State offers financial and emotional support to students following deadly apartment fire

Christopher Green

August 4, 2018


Filed under News, Student Apartment Fire

Texas State volunteers have raised over $74,000 in an emergency crowdfunding campaign and are offering additional emotional support for students displaced by the Iconic Village Apartments fire. The Dean of Students Office, in conjunction with San Marcos Office of Emergency Management, has provided...

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