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Civil Rights Summit Focus on LBJ

Civil rights was the topic of discussion this week as the LBJ Library in Austin kicked off the Civil Rights Summit on Tuesday.
Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan visited with media Tuesday morning and discussed his most recent play, “All the Way,” which focuses on Lyndon Baines Johnson’s passing of the Civil Rights Act and the beginning of America’s involvement with Vietnam. 272 more words

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Bobcat Pause 2014

Bobcat Pause is an annual event that honors members of the campus community who have recently passed away.

Wednesday, April 9 marked the 27 annual Bobcat Pause memorial service. 366 more words

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LBJ Civil Rights Summit

The LBJ Library’s Civil Rights Summit will host four different Presidents before the end of the week.

The Civil Rights Summit on Tuesday, April 8 included discussions and panels about gay marriage rights, immigration policy, the place of music in civil rights activism, and a conversation with former President Jimmy Carter. 782 more words

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San Marcos' own 7th annual Mr.Fest 2014

It’s that beautiful time of year again and Mr. Fest, held by Texas State Universities own KTSW 89.9 radio station, is just around the corner. The music festival is held at the square of San Marcos, Texas on April 25th through 26th, and will be featuring over fifty local acts. 44 more words

(Archived) Vs. Lone Star College Kingwood

From San Marcos, Texas- The Texas State Club baseball team improved its team record to 5-1 as it swept the LSC-Kingwood Coyotes in the first Gulf Coast East conference series of the year. 372 more words

CSUSM looks at recreational surfing as viable form of fitness

Surfing as a sport has seen a rapid growth in popularity since the 1960s. On any given day along San Diego County’s 70 miles of coastline, thousands of surfers may be spotted in the ocean, riding waves or patiently waiting for their next ride. 954 more words

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