Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • Real Talk W/CJ At SHSU This Afternoon

    Another Real Talk with Criminal Justice is coming to SHSU today. SHSU Publications Coordinator for the College of Criminal Justice Beth Kuhles fills us in . . . .

  • Bearkat Football Players Arrested

    The Item has reported that SHSU football players LaDarius Brown and Jalen Overstreet have been suspended from the upcoming game against McNeese State. Each were arrested by SHSU Police for a misdemeanor charge of possession…

  • SHSU KATSAFE System Upgraded

    SHSU has recently upgraded their KATSAFE system. We talked with David Yebra, a retired Army Lt. Colonel and former Military Chair at SHSU, who is also now the new director of the university’s emergency preparedness…

  • Seminar To Empower Students To Lead

    The SHSU Center For Leadership and Service will share the history of servant leadership and the skills possessed by a servant leader in its second “Learning to Lead” workshop of the semester on Thursday, October…

  • Campus-Carry Meeting Ahead At SHSU

    On Aug. 1, 2016, State Senate Bill No. 11 will go into effect, allowing students, faculty, staff and other visitors who have a concealed handgun license to carry their concealed handguns while on campuses across…

  • Criminal Justice Programs At SHSU Today

    Laurie Christensen remembers the day she fell in love with firefighting and the adrenaline it gave her. She was working alongside her supervisor to put out her first fire with the Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department,…

  • Former Skinhead To Speak Against Hatred

    Frank Meeink was just 14 years old when he shaved his head and began recruiting people into the Neo-Nazi movement in Philadelphia. At the age of 18, he was arrested after nearly killing a man…

  • Texas Tribune Presented A Criminal Justice Program Tuesday

    The Texas Tribune presented a program regarding criminal justice for the next five years on the SHSU campus Tuesday. The Tribune’s Evan Smith emceed a panel of four, including the Deputy Director of the Center…

  • Heart Of Huntsville Project

    In our studios recently, along with participating SHSU students, political science professor Mike Yawn filled us in on one of the local cultural improvement endeavors the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics is involved in…

  • LEAP Center Students Participate In “Moot Court”

    Students at SHSU who are involved with the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics take part in various activities which enrich their college intellectual experience. The LEAP students have a Moot Court team. Student participant…