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Miller selected as NEG Summer Scholar
Monica Miller, a graduate student in the Ph.D. program at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisian, has been selected as an NEH Summer Scholar from a national applicant pool to attend one of 30 seminars and institutes supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Students connect with Earth Week through yoga
Sam Houston State University is encouraging students to do more than just reduce reuse recycle to protect nature, but to connect with nature through yoga.
Bearkats honored at annual Sammys Awards
A total of 27 awards were handed out to students and faculty members while a jazz ensemble accompanied the ceremony and ballet and musical theater performances took place during the breaks.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
New fire alarm brings University Hotel closer to code
The Sam Houston State University Hotel is within months of being in full compliance with the State Fire Marshal's audit from 2013, which reported multiple fire hazards in the building.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Elections not over, runoff to determine executive board
After a two-day voting period, students decided they wanted Student Government Association's University Affairs Chief Spencer Copeland as their next student body president.
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GHS students hoping for full ride scholarship
Gainesville - Five Gainesville High School seniors will soon find out if they will be receiving Terry Foundation Scholarships to attend the colleges of their choice and setting them on the path to fulfill their dreams and aspirations.
Wynne Home begins spring art classes
Politics and art are crossing paths this month as a political science major from Sam Houston State University has organized a number of arts classes for the spring semester and summer at the A creative collage class is also being featured using a variety of objects to create collages from every day materials.
MTV Movie Awards provides laughs, touching tributes
Brewster presented a touching tribute to deceased actor Paul Walker and reduced the normally rowdy crowd into silence as they watched a montage of his movies flash across the screen.
New organization promotes Latin culture
A new dance organization spreading different styles of Latin dance to all cultures has shuffled its way to Sam Houston State University.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Letter: Gender equality has place in homecoming
The mission of Gamma Sigma Kappa is to empower the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community and its allies on campus at Sam Houston State University by building community and fostering acceptance for all.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Students vote via email on student government elections
Candidates are biting nails, crossing fingers and hoping the Sam Houston State University student body votes them into their respective positions in the 2014-2015 student government executive board and Senate.
Hostpital to get sexual assault nurse
After years of being unable to properly address sexual assault in Walker County, Huntsville Memorial Hospital will be gaining a new sexual assault nurse examiner , according to hospital officials.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
SHSU grad runs 'Paint and Sip' art studio
Anna Bennett had been to 'paint and sip' parties at art studios all across southeast Texas while attending Sam Houston State University.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Pride Week brings together LGBT community
The fourth annual Pride Week is being held this week to bring together people of all sexual identities in a fun, safe and educational environment, according to hosts Gamma Sigma Kappa, Sam Houston State University's said Pride Week was created to bring into action the mission of Gamma Sigma Kappa, which is to create and promote an accepting and ... (more)
Student's truck stolen in library parking lot
A Sam Houston State University student's truck was stolen March 24 from the New Gresham Library parking lot, according to the University Police Department's daily crime log.
Appeals court gives students a taste of justice
Mike Yawn, of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and student fellows,After a three-year hiatus, Waco's tenth circuit court of appeals has returned to Sam Houston State University to show students how appeals really work.
SHSU professor evaluations published online are hard to find
End-of-semester teacher evaluations, which by law must be published on Sam Houston State University's website, are difficult to locate, students find.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
'Dog Sees God' debuts to sold out shows
If the sexual tension between Charlie Brown and Schroeder wasn't apparent before, then Bert V. Royal's play "Dog Sees God" will surely turn some heads.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Syllabusrate.com allows students to rate classes
With registration opening last week, stressed students will be scrupulously choosing which classes they will be taking this summer and fall.
SHSU dance students suspended in air for thesis
With a packed house, the show opens with Carlin's work, titled, "Heart Strings."