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Across 1. Which grammy award winner has a bar named after him on campus, which is located on the first floor of the LBJ Student Center? 4.Where is Texas State's satellite campus located? 5. The annual community service day that gives back to the San Marcos community. 6. The third largest student body in Texas. 9. What year was Texas State University established? 11. What U.S. President attended Texas State? 13. Texas State University's mascot. 14. What statue is rumored to bring good luck, if you shake his hand before an important exam? 15. What was Texas State's first building? 16. How many times has Texas State University's name changed? 17. What building holds 1.5 million printed texts? 18. What are Texas State's school colors? Down 2. What is The Bobcat Marchin Band's nickname? 3. Texas State's sport teams compete in what conference? 7. What day of the week is the University Star printed? 8. What is this Newspaper's name? 10. President Trauth is the _th president of Texas State University. 12. What park conveniently runs through campus?


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