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A unit in The Californian apartment complex caught fire around 8 p.m. Monday on 728 E Starr Ave. The fire was localized to Apt. 408, and no one was injured.
Dr. Candis Carraway, assistant professor of agriculture, was named the 2020 Distinguished Young Educator by Non-land grant Agriculture and Renewable Resources Universities. This national award recognizes meritorious teaching at a NARRU institution. This is the first time an SFA professor has…
The group of students accused of filing a false police report and University officials reached an agreement that removed the need for the preliminary injunction hearing that was originally scheduled for Oct. 15, and filed a request that the court cancel the hearing, which was approved by the…
Fourth semester nursing students are working with the East Texas Community Health Services to administer free flu vaccinations from 3 pm to 7 pm Oct. 7-9 and 9 am to 5 pm on Oct. 10 at the SFASU Richard and Lucille Dewitt School of Nursing building at 5707 North St.
This year, SFA’s theme for homecoming will be “Stay at Home-coming.” Homecoming will begin the week of Oct.19, and will continue up until Oct. 24, where SFA will face off against Abilene Christian University for the homecoming football game.
A group of six SFA students accused of making a false police report against 17-year-old freshman Christin Evans have filed a federal lawsuit against the University, naming the Board of Regents and University President Dr. Scott Gordon as defendants.
At 12:30 P.M. Saturday , the SFA Lumberjacks (2-3) will look to continue their winning ways at Globe Life Park in Arlington against the Abilene Christian Wildcats (0-2) .
The Jacks were without Head Coach Colby Carthel, who tested positive for Covid-19 days prior to the contest. His father, Don Carthel, stepped in as the interim head coach and led SFA to victory.
Former Lumberjack football star and Super Bowl champion Larry Centers returned to Nacogdoches last Wednesday where he was joined at the discretion of Dr. Jack Nelson, the former President of the Baker Pattillo Student Center. Centers also spoke to the Nacogdoches Rotary Club.
After having last week off, the Ladyjacks volleyball team travels to Mobile, Alabama for two matches with the South Alabama Jaguars at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday in Jaguar Gym.
The Lumberjack football team will be back in action at 2:30 p.m. Saturday as they travel to the Alamodome in San Antonio for their second game of the season against the UTSA Roadrunners.
Having a polling place on campus has been considered more convenient for students, faculty and community members alike. However, within the past few weeks of Early Voting, this new polling place has also been very effective in raising the number of voters.
Hispanic Heritage Month ends Oct. 15. This national holiday is to observe the intricate culture and the achievements Hispanic people have contributed to our society and to our world. While it may seem that the holiday may almost be over, there are plenty of ways here at the University to tak…
Buffalo Wild Wings, or BWW, has finally made its way to Nacogdoches. However, it has not received quite the reaction many people might have been hoping for. Many residents are not happy to be adding BWW to the town menu. Many took to the Nacogdoches Facebook group, Nacogdoches Talk, to voice…
In the events that have transpired at our University in the past few weeks, a quality that we should all deem as valuable in these times is transparency. Being open and honest with the student body, the community and everyone involved of what is being done to solve this dilemma and prevent o…
La Biblioteca Coffee, currently located outside of the Fredonia Brewery on the corner of Mound St. and Hospital St., is a mobile coffee bar that opened in downtown Nacogdoches in December of 2019. Some items on their menu include coffee, protein shakes, healthy bites, tea and more for a rela…
BESO, an organization for bilingual education, participated in a virtual conference through the Texas Association for Bilingual Educators last week.
SFA Counseling Services offered free QPR Training, or Question, Persuade and Refer Training, on Sept. 30, via Zoom, that taught skills to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how best to respond.
This year, there will not be a Ring Dip ceremony in order to ensure the safety of the SFA students and faculty during the outbreak of COVID-19. Because of this, students who are ordering their rings will have their rings be shipped to their houses instead of picking them up in person. Rings …
Staff members of the Steen Library hosted a Banned Books Week Zoom discussion on Sept. 28. The discussion was faculty-led and included five speakers from various SFA departments. The speakers covered various books that have been banned or challenged.