Hispanic-Serving Institution

Being a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) is more than a Federal designation at Texas State.

It is a part of our culture.
Embedded in our identity.
Integrated into our strategies, policies, and practices.

As a Hispanic SERVING Institution

We intentionally reflect on our identity to  ensure an authentic alignment with those we  serve.
We cultivate students' identity development,  growth, and social mobility.
We expand and enhance academic offerings,  program quality, and institutional stability by  accessing federal funding that support  capacity building and creating equitable  access for all.

TXST Watch Party - Announcement of Seal of Excelencia 2022

Time, Place, and Manner

LBJ Student Center Room 3-14.1
9:30 AM - Check-In
9:50 AM - Remarks
10:00 AM - Live Stream

Light refreshments provided


Unable to attend

Texas State University
Finalist
Seal of Excelencia


Embracing Our Identity in Every Facet

In Culture

In Research

In life

Somos Tejas State

HSI Week and Hispanic Heritage Month | Upcoming Events

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Location:
LBJ 3-14.1 & Zoom (Hybrid); 3.14.1 & Zoom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Center for Diversity and Gender Studies, 512.245.3824, gmartinez@txstate.edu.
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Diversity and Gender Studies
Join us for this “Brown-bag lunch”(with light refreshments) event, featuring a Zoom info session presentation from Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) about its internship program and the chance to hear from a current student intern  and ask questions. 

Whether you’re seeking an internship with the federal government or in the corporate sector, the HACUoffers virtual and onsite opportunities for college students to obtain career experience. Interns also attend workshop sessions and webinars offered to enhance career development.

Since 1992, the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) has partnered with organizations seeking to diversify their workforce.


If you require accommodations due to a disability in order to participate, please contact 512.245.3824 at least 72 hours in advance of the event.
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Location:
Online Only; Online Only
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Ana Baer Carrillo, Professor, Theatre and Dance
Campus Sponsor:
Dance Division, Department of Theatre and Dance
With an expansive definition of dance and an appreciation for highly experimental and interdisciplinary forms, this unique festival exposes diverse audiences to a variety of film, video, and performance possibilities. Click here for more information
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Location:
LBJSC Grand Ballroom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Sylvia T. Gonzales, sylviatgonzales@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Evy Gonzales and Bob Vasquez, HSI Community Council.
This event will engage and connect students, faculty, and staff with HSI grant programs, Hispanic student organizations, and services on campus to learn how TXST as an HSI is advancing academic achievement, research, and practice.  

The HSI Community Day brings together students, faculty, and staff from Texas State University to discuss Hispanic student success and celebrate the HSI designation and Hispanic culture.  We will distribute lunch boxes, t-shirts, and information to the TXST community
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Location:
Avery Building; 252
Cost:
Free
Contact:
LaTonya Henry
Student Affairs Supervisor
Division of Student Affairs
Round Rock Campus
latonya@txstate.edu
512.716.4025
Campus Sponsor:
HSI Community Council (hsi.txst.edu…)
Documentary - Willie Velasquez - Your Vote is Your Voice
With his rallying cry of “Su voto es su voz!," (Your vote is your voice!), Willie Velásquez started a grassroots movement that would change the nation’s political landscape and pave the way for the growing power of the Latino Vote. An educational screening will be hosted at the Round Rock Campus.
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Location:
LBJ Student Center; Mall - located between LBJ Student Center and Alkek Library
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jesse Silva, Associate Director, Inclusive Excellence - Student Initiatives
HSI Community Council
excellence@txstate.edu
512-245-2278
Campus Sponsor:
HSI Community Council (www.txst.edu…); Student Involvement, University Marketing, and University Police Department
Noche de Cine (Movie Night) -- Selena
Thursday, September 15, 2022
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
LBJ Student Center Mall
San Marcos Campus

LBJSC Mall is located between LBJSC and Alkek Library. Movie will be projected onto the exterior wall of Alkek Library.
6:30 PM  - 7:30 PM -- Performance & Snacks
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM -- Movie
Chair seating for 200 participants provided.

Plot Summary

In this biographical drama, Selena Quintanilla (Jennifer Lopez) is born into a musical Mexican-American family in Texas. Her father, Abraham (Edward James Olmos), realizes that his young daughter is talented and begins performing with her at small venues. She finds success and falls for her guitarist, Chris Perez (John Seda), who draws the ire of her father. Seeking mainstream stardom, Selena begins recording an English-language album which, tragically, she would never complete.
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Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

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TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
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Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
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Location:
El Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos
211 Lee Street, San Marcos, Texas
; El Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos (211 Lee Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Lucy González
El Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos
512.878.0640
hispanicheritageexhibitionwalk@gmail.com
centro@sanmarcoscentro.org
Campus Sponsor:
El Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos
Hispanic Heritage Exhibition Walk will start at El Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos and culminate with food, music, entertainment and vendor at Hays County History Courthouse. Click here for more information
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Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
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Location:
• Harris Dining Hall
• LBJ Mall
• Quad
• Bobcat Trail
• Lampasas Hall in front of the Honors College
• Commons Dining Hall
• Inside the Theatre Center
• Sewell Park
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Karina Ogunlana
excellence@txstate.edu
512.245.2278
Campus Sponsor:
Inclusive Excellence - Student Initiatives

You are invited to join us at any of the following locations on Tuesday, September 20, from 10 AM-2 PM to register to vote. We will have Volunteer Deputy Registrars from a variety of organizations helping folks register to vote and update their voter registration information (i.e. address). Information provided will be nonpartisan.

Afterwards join MOVE Texas and Inclusive Excellence – Student Initiatives at Sewell Park from 2-6 PM for a National Voter Registration Day Celebration! There will be a mechanical bull, life-size hungry hippo game, bouncy castle, music, and snacks! And if you were unable to register to vote, there will be more Volunteer Deputy Registrars available to help you register to vote!!

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Location:
Sewell Park
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Karina Ogunlana
excellence@txstate.edu
512.245.2278
Campus Sponsor:
Inclusive Excellence - Student Initiatives
Join MOVE Texas and Inclusive Excellence – Student Initiatives at Sewell Park from 2-6 PM for a National Voter Registration Day Celebration! There will be a mechanical bull, life-size hungry hippo game, bouncy castle, music, and snacks! And if you were unable to register to vote, there will be more Volunteer Deputy Registrars available to help you register to vote!!
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Location:
Education Building; 1007
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Monica Cruz
monica.cruz@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Project Maestros
Dr. Paul Mencke guides us through a discussion of culture at large. Participants will learn about cultural awareness (ie. “blindspots”), explore concepts like societal culture, as well as dominant and counter narratives and how they affect your students.



This event is tailored to future teachers but all students are welcome.
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Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Evans Auditorium
Cost:
FREE for TXST Students / $15 for TXST Faculty and Staff / $20 for Public
Contact:
Texas State Presents
txstatepresents@txstate.edu
512-245-6500
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance
2022 Black & Latino Playwrights Celebration

Standing alone on-stage, award-winning actor, Eugene Lee (III) becomes the voice of Pulitzer-Prize Winner, August Wilson. This one-man play is a memoir recounting Wilson's life as a Black artist in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Walk the path from his roots, his first job, his first loves, and his experience with racism through the decades. How I Learned What I Learned gives an inside look into the experiences that shaped one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th Century.

“Lee is a magnetic actor who holds attention with a change of posture, a shrug of his shoulders, or a wide-eyed stare of mock disbelief. His wonderfully flexible vocal instrument allows him to become the various people whom Wilson encountered while his body moves in time to the rhythms of Wilson’s language, enhanced by the jazz music that he loved and a brief but expressive passage of Afro-American dance.”
~ Iris Fanger, "Theater Mania"

“Eugene Lee’s virtuoso performance propels the show.”
~ Jeremy D. Goodwin, "The ARTery"

TEXAS STATE STUDENTS: Download (1) complimentary ticket for any performance.
Use the TXST Student price type.

_____________________
TICKET PRICES:
$20 Public
$15 Faculty & Staff
$15 Groups of (10)+

Prices are subject to change without notice. Price includes processing fee.
EVANS AUDITORIUM (628 N. LBJ)

* For GPS purposes, the address to Evans Auditorium is 628 N. LBJ St., San Marcos, 78666.
* Closest parking will be the Pleasant Street Parking Garage (101 Pleasant St.)
Click here for more information
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Location:
The Wittliff Collections / Alkek Library; 7th Floor
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Steve Davis
The Wittliff Collections
512-245-9180
sdavis@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Wittliff Collections | College of Applied Arts
A Celebration of Rolando Hinojosa (1929-2022)

Join us for this special event celebrating the life and literature of Rolando Hinojosa, a pioneer of Chicanx Literature and a major literary figure in Texas and American Literature. 

Hinojosa’s literary career spanned four decades and he received many awards, including Quinto Sol Prize in 1973 for his first novel, Estampas del valle, the prestigious Casa de las Américas prize for best novel in Latin America in 1976 for his second novel, Klail City y sus alrededores. He also won Lifetime Achievement Awards from the National Book Critics Circle, the Texas Institute of Letters, and the Texas Book Festival. 

Several literary figures and friends will pay tribute to Hinojosa, who passed away April 19, 2022. Featured speakers include Carmen Tafolla, Arturo Madrid, Carmen Boullosa, Nicolás Kanellos, Jaime Chahin, Carmen Boullosa, Mark Liberatore, Manuel Martín-Rodríguez, Rosaura Sánchez, Teresa McKenna, José Limón, Sergio Troncoso, and Jaime Armin Mejía. The celebration will also include live music and a screening of a vintage video interview of Hinojosa provided by filmmaker Jesús Salvador Treviño.

RSVP HERE

The Wittliff Collections • 7th Floor • Alkek Library • Texas State University

For assistance, or for mobility impaired/accessible parking, please call 48 hours in advance at 512-245-2313, press 0.

Can’t attend in person? This event will also be livestreamed on YOUTUBE.
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Location:
Education Building; 1007
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Monica Cruz
monica.cruz@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Project Maestros
Dr. Johnson invites participants to examine aspects of race, gender, class, religion and other sociocultural issues, as well as identify the impact of sociocultural issues in the classroom.



This event is tailored to future teachers but all students are welcome.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
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Location:
Flowers 230; 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Toni Watt: tw15@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Sociology

Christian L. Bolden is the Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor in Criminology and Justice at Loyola University New Orleans. He earned his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Central Florida. His recent book Out of the Red: My Life of Gangs, Prison, and Redemption (Rutgers University Press) received the 2020 Frank Tannenbaum Outstanding Book Award from the American Society of Criminology’s Division of Convict Criminology. Dr. Bolden also received the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from the College of Liberal Arts at Texas State University San Marcos and the 2021 Faculty Senate Award for Research from Loyola University New Orleans. In 2012-2013, Dr. Bolden was the “Futurist in Residence” research fellow for the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit. His areas of research are gang histories and processes, mass incarceration, human trafficking, and environmental criminology.

If you require accommodations due to a disability in order to participate, please contact (512)245-2113 at least 72 hours in advance of the event.

Texas State University is a tobacco-free campus.

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Location:
The Wittliff Collections / Alkek Library; 7th Floor
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Carla Ellard
The Wittliff Collections
512-245-1399
thewittliffcollections@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Wittliff Collections

Artist Talk • Q&A • Reception

The Wittliff Collections is proud to present an evening with visionary photographic artist DANIEL RAMOS and to celebrate the exhibition, Tell Me Who You’re With & I’ll Let You Know Who You Are / Dime Con Quién Andas y Te Diré Quién Eres. Ramos will discuss both of his photographic series that are on view, The Land of Illustrious Men and Eres Muy Hermosa (You are Very Beautiful)

Early in his career, Ramos decided that the people in his life —family, friends, coworkers— would be the subjects of his work. He used photography as a vehicle to magnify their presence in the world and has recently moved beyond the single image convention of picture-making to create 3-dimensional sculptures, large-scale collages, and mixed media installations.

RSVP HERE

On display:
Tell Me Who You’re With & I’ll Let You Know Who You Are
Dime Con Quién Andas y Te Diré Quién Eres
     — a TXST COMMON EXPERIENCE Systems Thinking exhibition
     — a FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA SAFOTO exhibition

The Wittliff Collections • 7th Floor • Alkek Library • Texas State University

For Assistance, or for mobility impaired/accessible parking, please call 48 hours in advance at 512-245-2313, press 0.
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Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
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more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Music Building; Room 222
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Bianka Gonzales, President
folklorico@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, the sound of tap shoes and Mariachi music fills Room 222 of the Music Building as Grupo Folklórico Ocotochtli, Texas State's ballet folklórico student organization, hones their craft, expresses love for their culture and prepares to take the stage.  Ballet folklórico is the telling of Mexican culture through folk dances, costumes, makeup and exaggerated large movements. It is the footwork and skirt movements that tell the specific stories of different regions of Mexico from Chiapas to Veracruz.

This is a general meeting and rehearsal. Open to all who want to learn and join.
Click here for more information
more about event