President Scott Gordon and Vice President of Student Affairs Brandon Frye met with 10 students for a luncheon in the Baker Pattillo Student Center Dining Hall Oct. 15 where the students could discuss issues and ask questions.
On Oct. 11, President Scott Gordon announced the Board of Regents’ implementation of the newly formed University Financial Council in an email sent to all SFA students.
The Department of English and Creative Writing is hosting a high school poetry competition with a Nov. 15 deadline. All Texas high school students are eligible to apply. Students can email blind submissions of up to three poems as a Word Document or PDF to SFAPrizeForYoungWriters@gmail.com.
M&S Pharmacy is working with the Student Recreation Center to host a flu shot clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 21 at the Campus Recreation Center.
The Students Activities Association held the Zoofari event by the Campus Recreation Center, showcasing different animals for students to interact with for stress relief and entertainment purposes.
The Ladyjacks beach volleyball team's third season will open with a tournament at Third Texas Volleyball Club in Houston on Saturday Oct. 9 at 12 p.m. The team will play Texas Christian University, Louisiana State University, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi and Houston Baptist University.
The SFA Lumberjacks lost the 95th Annual Battle of The Piney Woods against the Sam Houston State University Bearkats by one point. Although the Jacks held strong and maintained the lead for the first three quarters, the Bearkats rallied in the fourth quarter, scoring 15 points to close out a…
SFA Ladyjacks Volleyball team defeated Abilene Christian with a 3-0 win on Sept. 30. The Ladyjacks now sit with an overall record of 11-3. The girls continued their home game winning streak now setting their record to 7-0.
The Lumberjack football team will be going up against Lincoln University this Saturday at SFA Homer Bryce Stadium. The team will try to continue their home game success and clinch a third home game win.
Recently, the regalia worn by graduates during commencement ceremonies was changed. At first the change was mandatory, and SFA Barnes and Noble was the only place the appropriate regalia could be purchased. The mandate was revoked after receiving backlash from the community; now students gra…
Since Oct. 3 is the beginning of mental health awareness week, I think we should start a conversation of what not to say when it comes to helping someone who is struggling with mental illnesses. The most important thing we need to stop doing is telling people that everything is going to be OK.
In an email sent to faculty senators Sept. 29, the Board of Regents requested, in essence, that faculty keep silent about various concerns so enrollment would not drop once again. Their hope seems to be for an influx of new students and revenue to absolve the massive deficit and any qualms c…
Recently at SFA, it seems like every topic of conversation is centered around budget issues. Everyone is talking about it, from faculty to staff to the students, and it has become difficult to get away from. We, the editorial staff, can see the negative impact of this conversation on the men…
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.