SFA students celebrated raising $33,081.56 for Children’s Miracle Network with a night of dancing at the third annual CMN Dance Marathon on April 20.
The Office of International Affairs hosted a Global Gateway presentation over Tunisia where two international students, Mariem Hamidi, a freshman mass communication major, and Alaa Ben Abdallah, a freshman psychology major, shared the culture, history and food of their home country with the students of SFA.
Andrew Brininstool, an associate professor in the Department of English and Creative Writing, and SFA graduate student Joshua J. Hines have recently published their first issue of the digital literary magazine, “This Is Bill Gorton.”
Alex Sunsin, a junior film major from Dallas, presented his photography work in the spring show and won first place, along with a $200 cash prize. The second place winner was Sarah Jentsch, an art major from Etoile, and third place was Madeline Castillo, a sophomore from League City.
Former Texas A&M and current Dallas Mavericks forward Jalen Jones made an appearance to SFA to talk to campers at Kyle Keller Basketball Camp on Wednesday.
After another three-game series loss, the SFA Lumberjacks will look to bounce back in a home series against Nicholls State Colonels, Southland Conference foe.
The Ladyjacks will look to win their seventh-straight conference series and head into the conference tournament on a high note as they take on the Abilene Christian Lady Wildcats Wednesday and Thursday at the SFA Softball Field as they clinched a spot in the Southland Conference Tournament last weekend.
John Franklin, former SFA defensive end, fulfilled his life’s dream of becoming a professional football player when he was selected during the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday.
After a losing the series to rival Sam Houston this past weekend continues on their lost season against another Southland conference foe with a similar season in the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders.
Well, the time is finally upon us—my final column as a member of The Pine Log. I stepped foot in The Pine Log office in August 2015, and, four editors-in-chief later, my journey as a student journalist is over.
After another semester of hard work, it’s almost that time of year again: finals week. When you have the pressure of pending exams and deadlines looming over your head, it’s hard not to get so wrapped up in studying that the idea of taking a break doesn’t even come to mind. However, we can’t forget that it’s important to let ourselves relax when needed.
Jeffrey Agouna and Star Jackson were recently elected as the Student Government Association president and vice president, but they won standing on the platform of working to open the library 24 hours, and that is not a good idea.
Student newspapers nationwide have banded together this month to voice their frustrations against universities getting rid of student newsrooms. The campaign has been led by editors at the Independent Florida Alligator, the student paper at the University of Florida.
In the age of technology, communication is easier than ever. A message can be sent halfway around the world in a matter of seconds, and friends can reconnect decades after having lost contact. However, as incredible as it is, technology also has given people a chance to act without experiencing the consequences that would accompany their behavior in the real world.
Fans have been waiting 10 years for the Marvel Universe to come together into one movie, and they got their wish with Marvel’s latest movie “Avengers: Infinity Wars.”
A record deal backed by A’s and B’s on a report card isn’t ideal in the music business, and bars about “daycare and boogers” generally are not categorized as hot button issues in rap culture, but for an 8-year-old who in the future would become Dependable Skeleton, it was the perfect arrangement.
Coffee, Texas and history converge in Nine Flags Coffee Roasters, a coffee shop that specializes in the sale of freshly roasted coffee beans and brewed coffee. Nine Flags Coffee Roasters, located at 601 E. Main St., had its soft opening April 10.
In the past few years there has been a push to incorporate mental health into your daily routine. It’s not only important to exercise, eat healthy and sleep regularly, but now it’s important to be, well... calm.
Cade Foehner, a biblical theology major at Liberty University who has played at Maklemore’s Ale House and Bistro, earned a golden ticket to Hollywood as he was selected to move forward on the current season of the hit reality show “American Idol.”