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Sam Houston State's Johnson Coliseum to Get Renovations
- The home of some of Sam Houston State's athletics is set to get an upgrade.
Students Put Classroom Research To 'Good' Use
- Social injustice gets a lot of attention in the news.
Award-Winning Photojournalist To Give Snapshot Of Experiences
- He’s captured the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan; he’s collected images from the 2013 riots in Bangladesh; and he’s traveled along the Gulf Coast to record the damage caused by the 2010 BP oil spill.
Sam Houston State’s Arts Center Ranked Among 'Most Amazing' in U.S.
- Sam Houston State University’s James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center in Huntsville, TX was ranked No. 13 on College Degree Search’s Most Amazing Campus Art Center list.
SHSU Opera To Present ‘The Child And The Enchantment’
- What do the Foxtrot, Asian harmonies and a boxing teapot have in common?
Alumna To Head National Institute Of Justice
- Nancy Rodriguez, a distinguished alumna from Sam Houston State University’s College of Criminal Justice, was appointed by President Barack Obama as the new director of the National Institute of Justice.
Sam Houston State Football Players Arrested for Fighting
- Two Sam Houston State University football players and a former player were arrested over the weekend.
Activities To Allow Bearkats To Explore Student Affairs Field
- Sam Houston State University’s Division of Student Services and College of Education will join together this October to present “Careers in Student Affairs Month.”
Former Sec. Of State To Be Guest For SHSU’s President’s Speaker Series
- James A. Baker, III, former United States secretary of state and one of only four persons who have received the Sam Houston Humanitarian Award, will come to Sam Houston State University on Oct. 16 as the featured guest for the President’s Speaker Series.
Internship Program Seeks Students To Spend Spring In Austin
- In 2013, six Sam Houston State University students spent a semester in the Texas Legislature, where they assisted lawmakers in interacting with constituents and lobbyists, researching policy issues, and learning about the legislative process as part of the inaugural Austin Internship Program.
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