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SUMMERTIME CELEBRATION

Over 1,600 students received their undergraduate and graduate degrees from Texas State University during three commencement ceremonies hosted inside Strahan Arena on Friday. Above, a Texas State graduate dances as he goes to receive his diploma. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

SUMMERTIME CELEBRATION: Over 1,600 graduates take part in summer commencement at Texas State

Over 1,600 students received their undergraduate and graduate degrees from Texas State University during three commencement ceremonies hosted inside Strahan Arena on Friday. Above, a Texas State graduate dances as he goes to receive his diploma. Below left, Veronica Muzquiz Edwards, executive officer of InGenesis Inc. and Texas State distinguished alumna, talk to the graduates as the keynote speaker during the 10 a.m. ceremony. Below right, a graduate’s mortarboard reads “Long story short, I survived.” More photos on page 5. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

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Tiffany Henderson is one of many Texas State University students that could barely contain her excitement as she christened her new class ring. The event, known as the Ring Ceremony, took place at the Meadow Center over the weekend. Students placed their ring under a new fountain where water that was pumped from the San Marcos River to christen the piece of jewelry. The senior from Smithville is set to graduate with a degree in public relations.  Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

RINGING IN THE CELEBRATION

It’s a celebration of accomplishment. 

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Students at Texas State University's McCoy College Center for Professional Sales competed at the 23rd annual National Collegiate Sales Competition. Above, members of the Speed Selling team and graduate assistants. Kamryn Allen (pictured front middle) won three individual awards. Photo courtesy of McCoy College Center for Professional Sales

McCoy College Center for Professional Sales earns honors at the 2021 National Collegiate Sales Competition

More than 130 top sales students from 68 universities across the United States and Canada participated in the 23rd annual National Collegiate Sales Competition hosted by Kennesaw State University’s

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A local nanotechnology company housed in Texas State University’s STAR Park — Quantum Materials Corp — has received a $15 million investment from Pasaca Capital, Inc. Above, Brent Ferguson shows off QMC's COVID-19 test. Below, Ferguson leads a tour of QMC's laboratories at STAR Park. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

QUANTUM LEAP: STAR Park's Quantum Materials Corp lands $15 million investment

A local nanotechnology company based in Texas State University’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research Park has received a $15 million investment from California-based private equity firm, Pasa

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