Jordan Azcue | Star Illustrator

Regulation of Jacob's Well benificial for nature, and visitors

The impending regulation of Jacob’s Well are a positive step for the ecological preservation of the treasure of the Texas Hill Country.

The location has seen an increase in popularity due to recent advertisements in The New York Times and other national publications. Wimberley officials implemented a rule requiring swimmers to reserve two-hour slots to keep up with the demand for access. Reservations can be made through the Hays County website.

Intervention necessary for Eight17 Lofts debacle

The controversy surrounding the ill-fated Eight17 Lofts has left a sour taste in the mouths of inexperienced lease-signers and should be a wake-up call to San Marcos officials.

Since the beginning of the Fall 2014 semester, students who signed with Eight17 Lofts have been without a place to call home due to construction delays. Now, near the end of the spring semester, those students are still waiting to be moved into what appears to be Neverland.

Greek organizations need more oversight, training

It was the song heard round the Greek world.

A video surfaced March 8 of a racist chant sung by members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of Oklahoma. The video elicited reactions from viewers inside and outside of Greek life.

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