WITH SLIDESHOW | President Obama and members of the King and Johnson families are among special guests on the invitation list for the unveiling in January of a sculpture honoring civil rights pioneers President Lyndon B. Johnson and Martin Luther King Jr. in downtown San Marcos.
A jury this afternoon exonerated a former Texas State University student accused of brutally assaulting another student during a drunken fracas outside a party in April 2011.
Pre-programed federal budget cuts passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama in 2012 are stifling Texas universities’ ability to function, Texas State University System Chancellor Brian McCall and other higher education leaders said this week in a joint letter to U.S. senators and representatives.
State Sen. Donna Campbell, R-New Braunfels, and state Rep. Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, talked about water, transportation, public education and other issues in play in the 83rd session during a Texas Tribune event on Tuesday at Texas State University.
State Sen. Donna Campbell and State Rep. Jason Isaac — two tea party darlings whose districts include all or part of Hays County — will take the Texas Tribune’s ‘Hot Seat’ on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Texas State University.
Ricardo Maestas is out as the president of Sul Ross State University in Alpine effective immediately, according to sources close to the university.
IN BOBCAT MAGAZINE: If Texas State creative writing lecturer Jennifer duBois’ recently published second novel is as flawed as a handful of critics think, she would not be the first author to fall flat in her sophomore effort.
IN BOBCAT MAGAZINE: The University Galleries at Texas State University have released a new iPhone application for museums, called Musing, that promises to be a much more engaging experience for museum visitors.
U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday rejected a request by abortion providers to intervene in their lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of new abortion regulations in Texas that took effect in November.
A 10-day trip to Rwanda will be auctioned Saturday evening at the “Remembering Camelot” reception benefiting True Vineyard Ministries. The tour will be guided by the nonprofit’s founder and executive director, Diana Wiley, who has been traveling to the region for the past seven years.