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Texas State celebrates 60 years of desegregation with series of events

Texas State University marks 60 years of desegregation on Feb. 4, a major milestone brought about by the courage of five African American women determined to overcome the systemic discrimination inherent in higher education of the era.

THE CONVERSATION

Why the Fed raised interest rates by the smallest amount since it began its epic inflation fight

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U.S. News lists 2 Texas State online programs among best in nation for 2023

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Texas State nursing students complete 10-day service-learning trip to Panama

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Improving the American agriculture supply chain through TXST research

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Associate professor probes ways to improve remote worker work-family balance

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Miranda Wait discusses Spring Lake adventure with Big Ideas TXST

The students finished up the experience through a cultural exchange in which community members dressed in tradition… https://t.co/NXYpw1NDMv
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Aside from learning about Panamanian cultural, health and spiritual practices, students participated in disease pre… https://t.co/1WnFNfMmyN
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'No one is forgotten': Students exhume graves of unidentified migrants in hopes to reunite them with families

by MSNBC · January 27, 2023

"We do it for the families. Everything we do, we do with care for trying to get these individuals back to their families," says professor Kate Spradley, founder of Operation Identification.


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