SFA and Nacogdoches High School students presented information about Barrio Writers to the National Council of Teachers of English on Nov. 17 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
The financial aid office has a new document transfer system that will allow students to upload requested documents to an online drop box instead of going in person and possibly experiencing high wait times.
Nacogdoches is known for many things, from it’s famous Blueberry Festival to being the “Oldest Town in Texas,” but there are many things not known about this town. Former SFA professor, Dr. Linda Thorsen Bond, wrote “Saving the Oldest Town in Texas,” which gives a look into the town’s history through the eyes of a former Nacogdoches mayor.
Executing a play that ranked No. 9 in SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays and earning a spot on the All-Southland Sports Tournament Team was the perfect end to conference tournament play for SFA middle blocker Makenzee Hanna before the Ladyjacks were knocked out of the first round of the NCAA volleyball tournament by University of Texas at Austin last week.
Less than a month away from the beginning of the Southland Conference season, the SFA Ladyjacks will play Montana State University Bobcats at 11 a.m. Thursday in the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
After a tough 77-69 loss to the Texas Tech Lady Red Raiders on Thursday night, the SFA Ladyjacks demolished the Wiley College Wildcats 97-38 Saturday afternoon inside the walls of the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
The Lumberjacks bounce back behind a stifling defense and beat University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 66-51 in the final game of the 2018 Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic.
As violence occurs across the nation, citizens seem to become more apathetic with each passing incident. News of violent acts has become the norm, and Americans have become desensitized. Americans should make a conscience effort to stay informed of violent or sad news and show compassion to one another.
Friday marked the 55thanniversary of the British sci-fi show “Doctor Who.” Created in 1963, the series follows an alien known only as the Doctor as they traverse time and space with their companions. Episodes take place in the future, past and present; on Earth, in space and on alien planets; they’re sometimes scary, sometimes silly and occasionally, incredibly moving.
It’s officially socially acceptable to begin celebrating the Christmas season. Lights are being hung from roofs, inflatable gingerbread men decorate lawns and it is merry and bright in Nacogdoches. I love shopping in historic downtown Nacogdoches, especially for Christmas gifts. If you’re not familiar with all that Nacogdoches has to offer, here are some of my favorite shops to hit in downtown for Christmas shopping:
Like many of my peers raised in the Bible belt, the clear satanic references in the trailer of the new Netflix original, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” made me wary to begin the series. But since I loved “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” the sitcom based off of the same comic as the Netflix original, I couldn’t resist trying to watch it. Sometimes you just have to make the risky streaming choice.