To send off this semester for The Pine Log, tune into the final events held on campus before Christmas Break!
The Nacogdoches Junior Forum is hosting the 32th annual Holiday in the Pines event at the Nacogdoches County Exposition and Civic Center Nov. 18 through Nov. 20.
SFA English professor and graduate studies coordinator, Dr. Elizabeth Tasker Davis, wrote and published her first book this year titled “Wit, Virtue, and Emotion" and co-edited a second book called “British Women Satirists in the Long Eighteenth Century" to be published Spring 2022.
A petition was created by students to bring change to on-campus dining eateries. Jared Glatz, senior English major from McKinney, and Zachary Hopkins, junior psychology major from Plano, were the students who started the petition on Oct. 23. Their main concerns are the quality and availabili…
Homecoming Court voting took place last week in person and online from Oct. 25 to 28. and results were announced Oct. 29. The Homecoming King Justin Garcia and Queen Courtney Banfield were crowned on Saturday, Oct. 30.
The campus recreation department launched a new wellness coaching program this fall. The program was launched in mid-October, and students can now sign up for an in-person or online wellness session.
Sam Houston State University will be moving from the Western Athletic Conference to Conference USA in 2023. Sam Houston will no longer be in the same conference as Stephen F. Austin State University, and whether the annual Battle of Piney Woods game will happen or not has not been decided.
After losing their first game of the season to South Dakota St. on Nov. 14, the Lumberjack basketball team bounced back Friday night with a 87-74 win over Middle Tennessee State University.
The SFA women’s bowling team went 6-6 at their hosted Motiv Ladyjack Classic in Kenosha, Wis., from Nov.12 through Nov. 14. The Ladyjacks now are 23-15 overall.
The Ladyjack volleyball team fell short on senior night to Sam Houston on Nov. 13 in four matches with an overall 1-3 loss for the night.
I can’t believe the time is finally here. Every time I try to find the words I want to write, I start to cry. I’m finally nearing the end of my college career, and it is all starting to feel surreal. What I thought was going to be a long four years ended up being the quickest three and a hal…
My time at The Pine Log has been short, sweet and extra spicy. I joined the staff my last semester at SFA, but it still feels like family. I would just like to thank our readers for keeping up with us this semester (because WHAT A SEMESTER IT’S BEEN!) and talk about some of the joys of worki…
Like with any school semester, students have been completing schoolwork, participating in extracurricular activities and trying to deal with the issues on SFA campus. In the past, it has been easy to forget we have a voice when it comes to issues that concern us. However, this semester has b…
The days have gotten cooler here in East Texas. Pretty soon, many students will be leaving campus to be with their families for the holidays, but many others will be staying right here at SFA. We want to remind students staying in Nacogdoches that they don’t have to go through the fall and w…
To many, today might just be the day after Halloween. It might just be the first day of November, a time to ready ourselves for the next holiday where a roasted turkey will take center stage on our dining tables. However, there is another holiday you might be skipping over without realizing …
Holiday in the Plaza was held on Nov. 30 in the Baker Pattillo Student Center plaza in front of the Austin Building. The event consisted of carolling, a lighting ceremony and a photo opportunity with Purple Santa.
On Sept. 21, the SFA Symphony Orchestra hosted its first concert of the fall semester. Led by conductor Gregory Grabowski, the ensemble put on three well-performed works and gave a night of relaxing entertainment.