With summer approaching, the decision of whether or not to enroll summer classes needs to be deliberated. Three hour classes at SFA during the upcoming season cost roughly $1,400, a relatively high expense for students. Comparatively, community college summer class options are less expensive…
Title IX, a resource students and staff use to report discrimination and harassment on campus, released its annual summary earlier this month. According to the summary, 696 reports were made to Title IX from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. None of these reports ended in disciplinary action.
The Pineywoods Auto Club is a new student organization on campus. Due to its authenticity, the founder’s persistence and students’ love for cars, the organization has gained a lot of attention across Texas.
Executive Director of Student Life Dr. Hollie Smith will be the new Student Government Association adviser beginning April 21. Her transition into the role is part of a reorganization of the University’s Student Affairs division.
Friends of Historic Nacogdoches, Inc. hosted The Living History of Oak Grove Cemetery on Saturday April 9. The event featured actors portraying some of the town’s most interesting characters who were buried in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Students have been receiving emails from an organization called ‘Honor Society’ that is unaffiliated with the University. The email prompts students to activate their membership and fill out information to create an account and eventually pay money.
Former President Dr. Scott Gordon’s employment at the University has ended with mutual agreement from both parties April 10, according to a campus-wide email.
The Student Government Association held their yearly election from March 28 to March 30. This year, there was a decrease in voter participation from the student body compared to last year’s count.