San Antonio welcomes Central American refugees

Tucked alongside I-10 in the busy city of San Antonio sits a picturesque building: the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio. Mary Grace Ketner, the church liaison since 2009, is no stranger to both the San Antonio area as well as an advocacy issue that is panning across the…

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Fueling The Future: Volunteers Aid Hungry Children

Currently, the city of San Marcos, Texas, has a rising rate of 36 percent of its citizens living below the federal poverty line. But who am I to care and why should I? I am a college student, constantly battling my days filled of tests, interning and the constant effort to…

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Texas State University’s Relay for Life kicks off tonight

46 teams. 511 participants. So far, a grand total of $18,433.55 raised. All to support the American Cancer Society and their effort to continue cancer research. Relay for Life is one of the biggest annual community service events in San Marcos, and continues to bring in people who volunteer to stay…

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