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Bobcat Magazine | November 23, 2017

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Bobcat teams could circle the globe seven times

January 1, 2013 |

As a member of the far-flung Western Athletic Conference, Texas State’s 14 NCAA-sanctioned teams are racking up the miles like never before — more than 181,000 of them, to be exact.Read More

The Bobcats vs. Johnny Football

December 10, 2012 |

Despite what you may have heard, Texas State’s football team did just fine on the field in their inaugural FBS season. Home game attendance wasn’t dismal, either. But to break into the state’s crowded football consciousness, the Bobcats will have to break into major metro media. That means a fight for airtime and column inches against powerful narratives like that of Johnny Manziel.Read More

Drones take flight to gather river intelligence

September 1, 2012 |

Local conspiracy theorists can forget about black helicopters. For the past year, researchers with the River Systems Institute at Texas State University have been flying an unmanned aerial vehicle — in other words, a drone — in the sky as … Read More

Boot Scootin’ Bobcat Nation

September 1, 2012 |

Nothing says “You’ve arrived” quite like your very own line of cowboy boots. In another sure sign of Texas State’s rising prominence — following its video game debut in the popular EA Sports NCAA Football franchise earlier this summer — … Read More

The Bobcats’ Game Changer

September 1, 2012 |

Texas State football is finally moving up to the college big leagues this fall. The program, the fans, and the university will never be the same.Read More

Should city snatch idyllic Cape’s Camp?

September 1, 2012 |

Voters will be asked in November if the city should buy — or take — the largest undeveloped, privately-owned property on the San Marcos River within the city limits. A student housing developer has part of the River Road property … Read More

Drink fast: River parks will dry up next year

September 1, 2012 |

The San Marcos City Council in May approved a sweeping package of new parks rules, including a ban on the consumption and display of alcohol, that aim to end the party scene at parks along the San Marcos River. The … Read More

World-champion hurdler hangs up spikes

September 1, 2012 |

Brigitte Foster-Hylton is one of Jamaica’s most decorated track stars, but a single achievement has always eluded her. A 1998 graduate of Texas State, she claimed a world championship three years ago and still holds the Bobcats record for the … Read More