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In class or out, on campus or far afield, Bobcats are always having adventures. Here, we show off some of the sights, sounds, experiences and creativity that make Texas State special.

a young female student hold a rainbow flag as she prepares to take off in the homecoming derby race
Tips for Incoming BobcatsCongratulations — you’re part of the Texas State family! Start here to get familiar with the ins and outs of calling the university home. You’ll be a Bobcat in no time.
a young female student strikes a pose in front of the 78666 wall mural
Getting to Know San MarcosFrom classic staples to new hangouts, there's always something to do in San Marcos. Get to know these local spots in and around the Texas State campus!
the mobile storytelling group takes a group photo in front of the grand canyon
Storytelling in America's ParksStudy-in-America is a university-wide initiative providing immersive education in unique destinations. For the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, that meant trekking to parks across the Southwest to tell multimedia stories.
three women review interior design mock ups and materials on a table in buda
Building Buda: Interior Design Students Work with the CityThe City of Buda contacted Texas State with a request: help the city repurpose two municipal buildings that would soon be empty. Texas State’s Interior Design program rose to the challenge.
the texas state supercat logo created from various office materials such as pens, notebooks, and scissors
Showcase YOUR SuperCatThe SuperCat logo was designed in 2003 by student Brad Monk to represent Bobcat Athletics. We love Brad’s design and wanted to see what our Bobcat family could do with it!
aerial view of Old Main and surrounding trees covered in snow
TXST Winter WonderlandWe'll always remember the day that it snowed at Texas State!
a group of people jump into the river in their graduation attire
Unique TXST Graduation TipsGraduation is special no matter where it takes place, but we like to think that Texas State graduations are even more extraordinary than most.
two texas state students hold up a texas state banner in front of the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics
Texas State Covers the OlympicsTexas State students John Lee and Eun Jeong Lee and senior lecturer Michael Burns went to Pyeongchang, South Korea to produce the Today show’s coverage of the games.

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