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The normally chaotic move-in weekend at Texas State University dorms went smoothly thanks to a lot of volunteers and a break from predicted downpours. Instead, San Marcos only had rain showers. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY GERALD CASTILLO

The normally chaotic move-in weekend at Texas State University dorms went smoothly thanks to a lot of volunteers and a break from predicted downpours. Instead, San Marcos only had rain showers. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY GERALD CASTILLO

Busy weekend on campus

The normally chaotic move-in weekend at Texas State University dorms went smoothly thanks to a lot of volunteers and a break from predicted downpours. Instead, San Marcos only had rain showers.

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University Events Center receives final Board of Regents approval

The Texas State University System Board of Regents has authorized construction of a University Events Center, which includes expansion and renovation of Strahan Coliseum, at Texas State University.

The board approved the project during its August 18 meeting in Austin.

The multi-use University Events Center will add approximately 81,000 gross square feet to the complex, as well as an additional 1,800 seats to Strahan’s capacity by building out the eastern side of the arena. Construction will begin February 2017, with completion expected by fall 2018. 

New digital media degree gets approval

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has given final approval to a new undergraduate degree in Digital Media Innovation (DMI) in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University.  

The new degree is scheduled to launch in fall 2016. The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved the degree in February. 

Texas State University held a ribbon cutting Wednesday morning for the new West Campus Dorm Angelina-San Gabriel  The new dorm, shown above, is located at 951 Moore Street and has two sections under one roof. The south section is named Angelina and the north section, San Gabriel. Together they will be ready to house 508 students for the fall semester. Some 90 percent of Texas State freshmen live in dorms.  DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY GERALD CASTILLO

Texas State University held a ribbon cutting Wednesday morning for the new West Campus Dorm Angelina-San Gabriel  The new dorm, shown above, is located at 951 Moore Street and has two sections under one roof. The south section is named Angelina and the north section, San Gabriel. Together they will be ready to house 508 students for the fall semester. Some 90 percent of Texas State freshmen live in dorms.

DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY GERALD CASTILLO

Fom left are Denise M. Trauth, university president; student body president Andrew  Homan;  Dr. .Joanne H. Smith,  vice president for Student Affairs; Dr. Rosanne Proite,  director  of Department of Housing and Residential Life; and Dr. Margarita M. Arellano,  associate vice president and Dean of Students.

Fom left are Denise M. Trauth, university president; student body president Andrew  Homan;  Dr. .Joanne H. Smith,  vice president for Student Affairs; Dr. Rosanne Proite,  director  of Department of Housing and Residential Life; and Dr. Margarita M. Arellano,  associate vice president and Dean of Students.

Ribbon cut for new Texas State University dorm

Texas State University held a ribbon cutting Wednesday morning for the new West Campus Dorm Angelina-San Gabriel  The new dorm, shown above, is located at 951 Moore Street and has two sections under one roof. The south section is named Angelina and the north section, San Gabriel. Together they will be ready to house 508 students for the fall semester. Some 90 percent of Texas State freshmen live in dorms.

 

Brendan Nash of Texas State University fashions a spear point as Jennifer Gandy of the Gault School of Archaeological Research records it all on a tablet last weekend at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. The project is part of a program to help better understand native cultures. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY ANITA MILLER

Brendan Nash of Texas State University fashions a spear point as Jennifer Gandy of the Gault School of Archaeological Research records it all on a tablet last weekend at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. The project is part of a program to help better understand native cultures. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY ANITA MILLER

Looking into the past

Brendan Nash of Texas State University fashions a spear point as Jennifer Gandy of the Gault School of Archaeological Research records it all on a tablet last weekend at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. The project is part of a program to help better understand native cultures.

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