Cat Camp gives new students an inside track to Texas State life
By Mindy Green
2013 Cat Camp Counselors
Instead of fearing the unknown about coming to college, freshmen can become acquainted with their peers and get ahead of the game when it comes to learning about being a Bobcat. Cat Camp, a two-day retreat offered every year, is Texas State University’s only spirit, pride and traditions summer camp. Continue reading
Posted in Around Campus, Happenings, Uncategorized
Tagged Bobcat Pride, Boko, Camp Young Judaea, Cat Camp, Class of 2017, San Marcos, Texas State, Texas State Bobcats, Texas State Pride, Texas State University, Wimberley
Fearless learner: Asking questions opened doors to scholarships, mentors, career path for biology grad
Krystle Moore ’13
By Billi London-Gray
It’s hard to believe brilliant people who tell you, “Don’t be afraid to feel dumb.” But these words are the motto of Krystle Moore, who recently completed her bachelor’s degree in biology at Texas State University. Her brave, inquisitive attitude has led her to one great opportunity after another. Continue reading
Posted in Alumni, Spotlight: Excellence at Texas State, Texas State Faces
Tagged Alumni, auxin, college advice, College of Science and Engineering, Del Rio, H-LSAMP, Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Krystle Moore, molecular biology, pharmacy, Picloram, recent graduates, Scholarships, STEM, Texas State, Texas State University
As semester closes, consider how finances affect academic success
Plan now for success down the road.
By Texas State SLAC
Preparing for finals is probably the biggest thing weighing on your mind this time of year. But whether you’re continuing at Texas State University in the summer or completing your degree and moving forward with graduate studies in the fall, now is a good time to think about your financial plan for future semesters. As this semester’s end draws near, consider the following: Continue reading
Posted in Study Tips, Uncategorized
Tagged Career Services, financial aid, financial planning, grants, Jobs4Cats, loans, on-campus jobs, PACE, Personalized Academic and Career Exploration, resume help, Scholarships, SLAC, Student Learning Assistance Center, Texas State University, work-study
Journalism senior gains experience at university newspaper, reports at State Capitol
By Andrew Osegi
Kolten Parker, senior at Texas State University, has worked hard to get where he is today.
Kolten Parker came to Texas State in 2010 ready for opportunity.
Parker, 23, was born and raised in Stephenville, Texas, a city where dairy rules yet high school football is king. After graduating high school, Parker decided to stay close to home and pursue his first two years of higher education at Tarleton State University; however, he soon discovered a change of scenery was overdue. Continue reading
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Tagged academic opportunity, Barbra Jordan Media Award, Feature writing, journalism, SPJ, Student, Texas, Texas Capitol, Texas State University, Texas State University-San Marcos, TIPA, Twitter
Veterans Alliance at Texas State to host golf benefit for local VFW
Veterans Alliance at Texas State (VATS) is a chartered student organization that supports student-veterans.
By Billi London-Gray
The Veterans Alliance at Texas State (VATS) is sponsoring its third annual golf tournament on Friday, April 19, at Quail Creek Country Club in San Marcos. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 3413, located in San Marcos.
“The VFW has a long history of supporting the surrounding community and providing veterans with a voice in local, state and national government,” says Jeremy Casselberry, a Navy veteran and president of VATS. Continue reading