Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • SHSU Traffic & Parking Configuration Discussed by City Finance Committee

    Tuesday, members of the Huntsville City Council Finance Committee met to discuss their current agenda items and hear presentations. One of the issues they focused on was a presentation and discussion of paid parking along…

  • SHSU Students to Compete in Challenge Bowl

    Student teams from four Texas universities, including Sam Houston State University, will test their knowledge in the American History and Western Civilization Challenge Bowl Friday and Saturday (Jan. 27-28) at the Double Tree by Hilton…

  • SHSU Spring Welcome Week

    SHSU Director of Student Activities Brandon Cooper tells us they are initiating their first ever Spring Welcome Week at SHSU. He filled us in on what’s happening today . . . .

  • SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn & Students Attend Inauguration

    SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn and students from LEAP–the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics–are in Washington D.C. this morning awaiting the inauguration of Donald Trump. We talked with SHSU student Christina Perez.  We…

  • SHSU Alumni Fundraiser

    The SHSU Alumni Association and the Walker County Area Alumni and Friends Club will host their 4th Annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner on January 23rd, and the public is invited. Two current SHSU students from the greater Walker…

  • SHSU Student Legal & Mediation Services

    If you’re a student at SHSU, you should probably know that legal advice and mediation services are available to you through the university. We recently talked with the director of the university’s Student and Legal…

  • SHSU Closure and Openings

    SHSU will be closed through Friday, Dec. 30, for the  holidays. All business will resume Monday, Jan. 2, at 8 a.m. SHSU residence halls will open for the spring semester at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14.…

  • Republican Vs. Democrat Football Game Coming in Spring Semester at SHSU

    If you still haven’t gotten politics out of your system, here’s something you can plan on next year. SHSU’s political science professor Mike Yawn was our guest this past week on “Around Town,” and he…

  • City Council Discusses SHSU Easement Issue

    At Tuesday night’s session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers discussed the signing of an access easement for SHSU to construct a sidewalk to connect a planned parking project. Councilmember Allen proposed that the engineering…

  • LEAP Brings Texas Supreme Court to Town

    Looking ahead to next semester at SHSU, in recently talking with SHSU Political Science professor Mike Yawn he informed us that student members of the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics will be welcoming the…