Retired Texas State professor, drama teacher devoted to the community
Ron and Marie Jager
By Catherine Harper
For retired Texas State University professor Dr. Ron Jager and his wife Marie, life has been full of “little coincidences” that have kept them serving the San Marcos community for over 30 years. With a passion to help others, the Jagers have always found a helping hand to keep them motoring onward.
“We’ve always come into what we needed in some way or another,” Ron says. “We’ve been full of little coincidences that have taken place here [in San Marcos]. Something happens that’s connected with people and other places that come here to roost.” Continue reading
Posted in Around Campus, Uncategorized
Tagged Department of History, Greater Area San Marcos Seniors Association, H.Y. Price Seniors Center, History, Public relations, Ron and Marie Jager, San Marcos Performing Arts Association, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Sights and Sounds of Christmas, Summer in the Park, Texas State Faculty, Texas State Friends of Fine Arts, Texas State history
Back in school: Tips from a fellow Bobcat to start fresh, save money
By Sarah Cobb
As a senior, I’m hustling through my final semester looking for the easiest ways and cheapest means of doing things. Looking back, I know that if I had asked around in the beginning — as a freshman — I might have found a few resources very useful.
Here are some tips I now use to save money and sanity during the course of a semester.
Posted in Texas State Voices, Uncategorized
Tagged Alkek Library, Back to School, Public relations, Rec Center, Sarah Cobb, Texas State, Texas State University, Textbook Solutions, textbooks, Tips, TRACS, University Bookstore
Laster looks to life after graduation,
links pro experience with ambition
By Catherine Harper
Lizzie Laster is a December 2011 graduate with a degree in public relations.
Connecting with the real world after college can be challenging for some graduates. For soon-to-be Texas State alumna Lizzie Laster, real-world experience and a get-up-and-go resolve are taking her to the top of her ambitions and beyond.
Graduating in December 2011 with a degree in public relations, Laster’s fierce focus has shaped her rapidly growing list of achievements. With involvement in student organizations both on and off campus throughout her college career, Laster’s network continues to expand as she embarks on the world.
Posted in Alumni, Students, Texas State Faces, Uncategorized
Tagged Bateman Competition, Blackberry, commencement, Grammy U, PRSSA, Public relations, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Texas State Contemporary Art Fair, Texas State University, University of Arkansas