Spring semester of 2019 brought changes in the route for the Jack Track shuttle buses. As mentioned in a previous Pine Log story, Student Government Association and the Office of Parking and Traffic worked together to give the students a better and faster experience with the shuttle. As much…
The Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau is partnering with Banita Creek Hall to host Nac4Music, a community-led music event that features local artists of all genres in hopes of expanding the local music scene, as well as bring visitors and other artists to the community.
SFA administration construction approved on Raguet Street during winter break to compensate for construction on the Ed and Gwen Cole STEM Building. It is expected to be completed this semester, weather permitting.
Logan Ray, senior music education major from Lubbock and Rachel Ballback, senior health science major from The Woodlands, have been named the 2020 Mr. and Miss SFA. The students will be honored during halftime at the SFA men’s basketball game against Sam Houston State University at 4:30 p.m.…
SFA’s Campus Recreation is enforcing its dress code this semester. However, people on Twitter are questioning, wanting to know why it is “randomly” being enforced.
The new Student Emergency Aid Fund is intended to help students in need of one-time assistance, who have financial needs that cannot be remedied by other forms of assistance. The fund was launched in December 2019, and anyone can donate to it.
Dr. Michara Fields, the new assistant dean of student affairs for equity, diversity and inclusion at SFA, started in the position on Oct. 21.
Remember to Thank a Rancher I am sure we have all seen the posts across social media about how you should thank a farmer for the food he, or she, puts on your plate. These posts typically mention the amount of food that the average farmer provides for a household in the United States. However, how many of these types of post are about ranchers? The difference between ranchers and farmers can be a bit hazy to some people.
For as long as people have been arguing, there have been debates. In fact, Oxford dictionary defines debating as, “A formal discussion on a particular matter in a public meeting or legislative assembly, in which opposing arguments are put forward and which usually ends with a vote.”