Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • Local Rodeo Athlete Wins Big In Arlington

    Huntsville resident and recent SHSU graduate 23-year-old Taylor Price has won big, and I mean really big, in RFD-TV’s The American Rodeo in Arlington. He split winnings with 24-year-old Resse Riemer of Stinnett, Texas and…

  • TSU Regents Approve Several Items

    The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved several items for Sam Houston State University during the board’s quarterly meeting in Austin on Feb. 19th and 20th. In Academic Affairs they are changing the…

  • SHSU Theatre Department To Perform At Regional Conference

    Another Department at SHSU is spotlighted for their excellent work. Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti tells us more . . . .   Of the 50 SHSU students who will attend the festival, 28 were selected…

  • Financial Literacy Week At SHSU

    Many students have heard their parents tell them that “money does not grow on trees” as a means of instilling financial responsibility in their children before they go to college. But when students arrive at…

  • Local Game Warden To Speak At SHSU

    Texas Game Warden Stephen Ingram will share his experiences today from 2-3 p.m. as part of the College of Criminal Justice’s Real Talk w/CJ series in the Criminal Justice Center’s Hazel B. Kerper Courtroom. Ingram…

  • Law, Engagement, & Politics Center Events Ahead

    Our guests on “Around Town” this past weekend included SHSU political science professor Mike Yawn and Center for Law, Engagement & Politics Board members Karla Rosales and Megan Chapa. Mr. Yawn tells us the Center…

  • Two Named To SHSU “Wall Of Honor”

    A Sam Houston State University alumnus and a long-time professor will join a dozen others whose personal and professional accomplishments have earned them a place on the College of Humanities and Social Science’s “Wall of…

  • SHSU Professor Mike Yawn Talks About Center For Law, Engagement & Politics

    There is now a Center for Law, Engagement and Politics, or LEAP, at SHSU. The Center’s Coordinator, Political Science Professor Mike Yawn, took time this week to update us on what it’s all about .…

  • “Fences” To Be Presented At SHSU

    In keeping with Black History Month, “Fences” will be presented at SHSU. SHSU Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti tells us all about it . . . .

  • Kids “Q” Coming Up

    The City’s “This Week in Huntsville” says the Parks and Leisure Department will be assisting with the Kids “Q” for the 2015 Shotgun Fred BBQ Showdown, February 26th through 28th at the Walker County Fairgrounds.…