Our featured stories explore the people, programs, and places that make us extraordinary. Click the story below to watch videos and learn more about the most beautiful campus in Texas.

Hannah Rucker working from home
Reporting Live…From HomeTXST alum is bridging the distance with inspiring stories in COVID-19 news coverage.
small frog on a leaf
A Journey to EcuadorA group of Texas State students, led by two faculty members, traveled more than 2,300 miles to learn about life at the equator.
In a sound studio, two students produce a radio show.
25 Years of Bobcats on Air Texas State’s student-produced radio station, KTSW 89.9, has been broadcasting since 1992. Hear what makes The Other Side of Radio unique and life-changing.
photo of the san marcos river from above to represent the river features video series
River FeaturesThe San Marcos River flows through Texas State’s campus. It’s home to eight endangered and threatened species, one world-class research and educational center, and countless members of the Bobcat family. Dive into stories about what makes the river special to us.
A student-actor uses an antique sewing machine, surrounded by a stage set full of fabric, sewing implements and costumes.
Step Behind the Stage Not all learning happens in a classroom. Go behind the scenes of Texas State’s production of Intimate Apparel to see how our theatre students learn through hands-on experience and collaboration with peers and professors.
students arrange bone fragments on observation table.
Digging Deep: The Impact of Anthropology in Texas Working with the private sector and government agencies, archaeologists and anthropologists at Texas State preserve our history and give back to the community.
Randall Reid sits at a table in a workshop
The Art of Randall Reid