Articles Tagged “United States”

  • Washington Reactions To Terrorist Threats

    At a hearing in Washington Wednesday Secretary of State John Kerry espoused the view that as far as threats from terrorism, things are actually safer . . . .   Thursday, the Director of the…

  • SHSU Professor To Speak At Roundtable Event On Cuba

    Since President Barack Obama’s recent announcement to improve relations between the United States and Cuba, many are expressing thoughts and opinions of what Cuba will be like if the embargo is lifted. Rafael Samuell-Muñoz  will…

  • SHSU’s Gaertner Performing Arts Center Recognized

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications Julia May tells us that the university’s James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center has been named to the 2015 ranking of the 25 most amazing campus arts centers in…

  • White House Press Secretary Comments On Pipeline Chances For Veto

    Congress is getting together today following their recess for the holidays, and it doesn’t exactly look like there’s a green light waiting for the Keystone Pipeline legislation at the White House that legislators will be…

  • “Coats & Cash” For Homeless Veterans Update

    It’s over. For 72 hours, local Melvin White VFW Post Commander David Lanoue lived as a homeless veteran in the Shenanigan’s parking lot collecting coats, socks and cash for veterans in need. We talked to…

  • Former Secretary Of State James Baker Speaks At SHSU Today

    James A. Baker III, former United States secretary of state, will discuss the work he did under three U.S. presidents today for the Sam Houston State University President’s Speaker Series. Associate Director of Communications Julia…

  • Lecture On Ebola This Afternoon

    With the death of the first Ebola patient in Texas and growing discussion in the news over the potential for the disease to spread, Sam Houston State University’s health service and promotion department will explore…

  • Ebola Update Tuesday

    The Houston Chronicle reports that the first person known to be infected with the Ebola virus while in the United States has been identified. She is 26-year-old nurse Nina Pham of Dallas. She helped treat…

  • SHSU Chief Kevin Morris Comments On KATSAFE

    University campuses across the United States have beefed-up security because of recent incidents. SHSU has a security notification system called KATSAFE. SHSU Police Chief Kevin Morris says, “Since its implementation, it has grown into a…

  • Border Issues Activity In Washington–Update

    The fate of Central American children who have been illegally entering the United States is under continual debate in Washington. Texas Senator John Cornyn has called on Majority Leader Harry Reid to bring the HUMANE…