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Pipeline development stirs controversy in Central Texas

By: Christopher Green, Jacob Sommers, Carl Heiser A 430-mile pipeline development running from West Texas to the Gulf Coast is haunting Hill Country, where landowners can’t stop construction on their property because of eminent domain.  Residents can’t stop Kinder Morgan Inc.’s controversial gas pipeline due to an eminent domain statute that allows for-profit companies to develop on […]


Innovation in Texas State’s Dining System – Chartwells Catering

By Ruby Castaneda  Texas State’s dining system, Chartwells catering, made changes to meal trade options on campus which resulted in inflation of prices. Based on the voiced opinions of the students, resident district manager, Chin-Hong Chua takes a turn for a change.  Every year for the past three years marketing director for Chartwells dining system, […]


Making Marines

Every day new people are training to become the newest members of the world’s finest fighting force, the United States military. People join for many reasons ranging from adventure to feeling a call to serve. Shannon O’neil a newly trained officer candidate says she joined the US Marines because she “wanted a guaranteed job after […]