The Athletics Department held its annual Golden Axes Banquet at the Fredonia Hotel, posting photos showing the attendees not wearing masks or socially distancing. Students and community members later criticized the event on Twitter for not following University COVID-19 safety guidelines.
In a Board of Regents meeting on April 18, it was revealed that SFA will be replacing Aramark’s dining service with a new company.
On Earth Day, the Sustainability Club and Judy B. McDonald Public Library hosted an event from 4 pm to 9 pm April 22 in Pecan Park to promote sustainable choices from community members.
Student Government Association and SFA Dining partnered to create “Try Me” cards, a program for students without a meal plan get a chance to have a free meal.
The University announced changes to the current COVID-19 protocol for the upcoming summer semester. Face coverings will still be required inside all buildings, but social distancing has changed from six to three feet and occupancy on campus will once again be at 100% except for in classrooms…
The Judy B. McDonald Public Library held its annual How-to Festival for people of all ages outside the library. Some of the demonstrations given were how to throw clay pots, how to make a pour painting, how to make yarn and how to make book cloth.
SFA Spirit Teams competed in the National Dance Alliance and National Cheerleaders Association National Championships in early April and won several awards, all in the first or second places.
Ladyjack tennis will compete against their rival Sam Houston State in the first round of the Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Tournament at 2 pm Friday from the Beaumont Municipal Tennis Center in Beaumont.
SFA Beach Volleyball began playing in the A&M Corpus Christi Invitational Friday. The team went 0-5 to TAMUCC, and they also faced HBU, ending with a score of 3-2. According to Head Coach Alex Luna, the team has been preparing for this tournament by practicing three hours a day every…
SFA’s women’s basketball team swept the Southland conference this year with 14 wins and 0 losses and finished the season in the NCAA with an overall 24-3 record. This is the first time the Ladyjacks have made it to the NCAA courts since 2008.
After seeing controversy about COVID-19 mask policies and who deserves what on or off campus, we just want to take a moment to remind everyone that we are all entitled to the same treatment at SFA.
If I’m being honest, I have been looking forward to writing this since I think my sophomore year when I first joined the Pine Log. And now that I am, it still doesn’t feel real to me. I keep saying to myself “You’re graduating soon,” and feeling like it’s a prank of some sort. But it’s the t…
Lauren Roach and Naomi Carney were recently elected the new student body president and vice president, and as student leaders, we would like to congratulate and welcome them into their new role.
The College of Fine Arts and School of Theatre are putting on productions of “Talking With” by Jane Martin at 7:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Auditorium April 20-24.
It’s a long way to Asia, but the Rice Queen food truck brings Nacogdoches the kind of cuisine one might find on the streets of Korea.
The SFA School of Theater presented "The Maids," directed by Rick Jones, through livestream and in-person. "The Maids" is a French play written by Jean Genet in 1947 and was loosely based on two sisters who murdered their employers and daughter. The play, recommended for mature audiences, fo…