SFA Construction Jacks members built four tiny homes for the residents of Village Nac on Feb. 10.
The Organization for Women’s Leadership and Equity will host a teach-in to celebrate International Women’s Day on Wednesday, March 15. Similar to a sit-in protest, this teach-in will focus on education about gender equity and women’s issues.
The Pine Log newspaper and The Stone Fort yearbook will be tabling and hosting an open house event for Student Press Freedom Day on Feb. 23. Tabling will be from 12:30-2:30 p.m. in the Baker Pattillo Student Center. The open house event will be from 3-5p.m. in the BPSC Room 2.112.
Chris Edwards, a ‘07 and ‘11 SFA graduate, has written a short story collection set in a fictionalized East Texas.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued a ban due to safety concerns of TikTok, a popular social media app, across all public Texas universities. SFA officials are going through the governor’s directives to decide the best course of action.
SFA’s Health and Wellness Hub launched PantrySoft, an online shopping platform for The Lumberjack Food Pantry, on Jan. 17.
Mike Gabler, a heart valve specialist, graduated SFA in 1993, and 19 years later he made history by being the first winner of “Survivor” to donate all of his million-dollar winnings to charity.
The Board of Regents unanimously voted to begin the process of appointing Dr. Steve Westbrook the 10th president of SFA at their Board meeting on Jan. 29.
Dining Services introduced a new to-go box program, where students can pay a one-time fee of $5.99 for a reusable box to use throughout the semester.
The Student Government Association Senate passed a Test my Drink Cards bill on Jan. 25 at the SGA Senate meeting.
SFA’s League of United Latin American Citizens, LULAC, held an open panel on Jan. 23 to discuss issues that custodians are facing on campus. Students and custodial workers attended the meeting to learn more about custodial labor rights.
After roughly a year of searching, SFA’s Health and Wellness Hub has partnered with Togetherall, an anonymous online community for mental health.
The Health and Wellness Hub is no longer offering in house COVID tests for students and faculty. At home testing kits will be available in place of the in house testing.
Dr. Brandon Frye, who served as SFA’s vice president of student affairs since February 2021, will be resigning his position on Jan. 31. Frye will be accepting the position of vice chancellor for student affairs at East Carolina University.
The Stephen F. Austin State University Board of Regents has voted to unite with the University of Texas system after comparing it to three other university systems courting SFA.
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