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Bobcat Magazine | October 18, 2017

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Commentary: Why Texas universities scored big during this legislative session

June 6, 2015 |

Texas State University Chancellor BRIAN McCALL write that lawmakers made a firm commitment to higher education at a time when other states are struggling to keep their colleges and universities open, accessible and affordable.Read More

Explore this panoramic fish’s-eye view of Spring Lake

January 8, 2015 |

A Seattle-based tech startup has stitched together high-resolution surface-level and underwater photographs of Spring Lake to create a panoramic model of the San Marcos River’s spring-fed headwaters.Read More

A paranormal investigator walks into a bar

December 18, 2014 |

Central Texas’ rich history of war, death and trauma makes it a hotbed of paranormal activity.Read More

From muddy ocean floor to museum gallery, La Belle makes final voyage

November 2, 2014 |

LaSalle’s 17th century French warship goes on display at the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin.Read More

On the Devil’s Backbone, ghosts are a constant companion

October 31, 2014 |

The Devil’s Backbone west of San Marcos has always had its share of ghost stories. Now it’s a destination for paranormal enthusiasts.Read More

Fall enrollment blows past 36,000

October 9, 2014 |

Led by unprecedented gains at its unofficial flagship in San Marcos, enrollment at the Texas State University System’ eight universities and colleges grew 2.8 percent, the largest collective increase in three years.Read More

Bobcat grad students help police tackle identity theft

May 2, 2014 |

Four Texas State University MBA students have been working with the Georgetown Police Department this year to find possible solutions to a persistent problem: senior citizens living in the Sun City retirement community are increasingly being targeted for identity theft and fraud.Read More

Silent for two centuries, doomed ship’s timepiece recovered by Texas State researchers

May 2, 2014 |

Recent deep water archaeological dives sponsored in part by Texas State University’s Meadows Center for Water and the Environment have uncovered a key artifact that may shed more light on three mysterious shipwrecks off the Texas coast.Read More

Texas State star to lecture on trooper’s triple murder case

April 10, 2014 |

Kim Rossmo — Texas State University’s “serial killer hunter” — will discuss the investigation and trials of former Indiana state trooper David Ray Camm, who was convicted twice of killing his wife and two kids before a third jury acquitted him last October.Read More

Lecturer looks to untangle C.S. Lewis’ mysterious ‘Narnia code’

March 27, 2014 |

The Oxford scholar holds that Lewis “intentionally shaped the Chronicles to a secret imaginative blueprint” in which each of the series’ seven books is an encoded homage to the seven heavens — Jupiter, Mars, Sol, Luna, Mercury, Venus and Saturn – the seven planets of pre-Copernican astronomy.Read More