The In The System event was an experience tailored for a group of individuals to speak on their foster care experiences throughout their lifetime. The event was held Monday. It was also used to promote a new organization, yet to be named, whose goal is to help students previously in the system
SFA, along with four other public schools, was named a 2020 College of Distinction, an achievement that illuminates the University’s care for student success in and out of the classroom, for the first time.
Black History Month is a significant month at SFA. Here are some black student organizations that have been prevalent on campus and have shaped black history at SFA, all under the Black Student Caucus.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting an event for Black History Month at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the Twilight Ballroom of the Baker Pattillo Student Center. The event is being hosted by DaQuan Allen, a sophomore creative writing major from Dallas.
The Lumberjack basketball team defeated the University of Central Arkansas 83-68 in what will be one of the most memorable games in SFA history, after senior guard Kevon Harris surpassed former Lumberjack, Thomas Walkup, to become the leading scoring for SFA in Division 1 basketball.
Two players stand on each side of the net, sand shifts between their feet as they move around and set up to spike the ball as rain falls down on their heads. The team must be able to not only work on their own, but they must also be able to know what the other player is about to do.
The SFA Ladyjacks defeated the Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi Islanders 72-49 Wednesday night at William R. Johnson Coliseum. SFA snaps the Islanders seven-game win streak and remain in possession of first place in the Southland Conference.
The SFA Lumberjacks Rugby Club beat Southern Methodist University 70-7 during Saturday’s home match. The Jacks were able to maintain their perfect record for 2019-2020 season going 6-0.
Black History Month started out as a week- long celebration in 1926. In the 1960s, it was finally extended to the entire month of February. This month was picked to also highlight the birthday of Abraham Lincoln and Fredrick Douglass. Black History Month didn’t become a national holiday unti…
I’m going to be really honest with all of you. The other day I heard about a man who has over 20 girlfriends. At first, I wasn’t sure what to do; I was blown away. I thought, should I tell the women and let them know? But, then - and this is the crazy part - they all knew about each other! A…
You are taking a leisurely stroll through Facebook or whatever social media you use, and you happen to come across a post that you are not entirely sure is accurate. So, you do what should come naturally to anyone who has ever gone to some form of schooling. You decide that you want to check…
How many new people do you think you meet in a day? In a month? In a lifetime? I’m a writer for the Pine Log, which means I have to meet and interview new people on a regular basis, so I might meet more than the average person. According to an article by “Adioma” called “Counting the People …
Student news publications are very important and deserve attention. Not only do they provide a lot of information to the students about what upcoming weeks, but it also helps those on staff to get experience working on a paper every week. Of course, there is social media to help find stories…
Campus LIFE hosted an event called Get Yo Life, an informational session addressing personal finances with students Monday in the Baker Pattillo Student Center Multimedia Room.
Students for Trump is a new SFA organization founded by Turning Point Action, a conservative nonprofit organization, and is based around a social media phenomenon from 2016. The organization first started on Instagram, but the members have more plans for the organization in the future.
Nacogdoches is known for both its beautiful pines and scenic trails, but it’s also known for its hidden local talent. One of those hidden talents is End of Evergreen, a local Rock/ Metal band that originated here in Nacogdoches by former student Chance Hill from Round Rock and current studen…