After being on academic probation twice, being homeless for two years and living in her car, one student will graduate this May.
Freshman Mitchell Seraille announced his commitment to Trinity Valley Community College on May 1, just five days after announcing on Twitter he was putting his name into the transfer portal.
The Ladyjacks are gearing up to play in the Southland Conference Tournament this week after losing their last series against Sam Houston State University, 2-1, on Sunday.
The SFA baseball team heads to Lake Charles, Louisiana, this weekend in a three-game stint against McNeese, after a three-game series with a 2-1 win against Northwestern State at home.
SFA's intramural basketball team, "The Takeover," took over the court to win the Men's Intramural Division 2019 NIRSA National Championship against Dixie State University 54-52.
The 2019 SFA football season is just around the corner, and this week the Lumberjacks will hit the gridiron once again for the annual spring game at 5 p.m. Saturday at Homer Bryce Stadium.
From a young age, stereotypes are ingrained in our minds through TV shows and movies we watch. From the typical "jock bully" to the stereotypical "hero" trope, it is easy to see a stark difference in how these characters are perceived. These stereotypes are ingrained in our brains and have become so normalized to us as a society, we may not even realize that we are doing it in our own personal lives.
It all began, as most things do in life, by taking a chance. In my first year in college, I was a music major struggling to find enjoyment and a passion that I thought I had in the years before. I would sit in a practice room with a blank stare, telling myself I would “practice in five minutes.” Five minutes turned into 10, 10 turned to 15 and so on.
For the past two-ish years, I have worked at The Pine Log. My byline has been on God knows how many articles, and I’ve sat in some very uncomfortable interviews. The Pine Log has been my feeding tube for the past couple of years. Weird analogy, I know, but I think it kind of describes my experience here.
I began my first newspaper when I was in grade school. Well, it was more of pamphlet and was just two pieces of paper, but when it was finished, I had a feature story about my aunt and uncle (huge conflict of interest, by the way) moving into the neighborhood on the front page and it was placed into the mailboxes of everyone in the neighborhood.
I was lucky enough to see “Avengers: Endgame” on the night of its official release with my friend who, like me, has been anticipating this movie since we left the theater after “Infinity War.” But with rumors, speculation and spoilers floating around for months before the premiere, we were scared.
The Maine is an American rock band from Arizona that formed in 2007. They currently have seven albums, and their latest release titled “You Are Ok” was released on March 29. The band announced the album back in January and has released three singles before the album release.
“Special” is an eight- episode Netflix original that follows Ryan Hayes, a gay man with mild cerebral palsy played by Ryan O’Connell. The show is based off of O’Connell’s memoir “I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves,” which closely reflects his life. With each episode only being about 15 minutes long, it’s a fun and easy watch.
We are only getting closer and closer to “Avengers: Endgame” day by day, and with that, new theories are being thrown out as much as fans are getting excited about the new film. Before I go ahead and add my speculation as to what is going to happen in the new film, I should start by going over what happened in “Avengers: Infinity War.”