- Jenna Jackson was just a little girl when curiosity led her to wonder about the people serving time in Texas' most notorious prison. Now 38 years old and a mother of two, Jackson is an award-winning producer who launched her career covering crime.
- The Sam Houston State University College of Education is seeking alumni educators who have made significant contributions to the field for its “2014 Distinguished Educator of the Year” awards.
- Sam Houston State University will honor five alumni who have brought pride to the university through their achievements, examples of good citizenship, and their contributions to society at the Distinguished Alumni Gala on Oct. 11 as part of homecoming activities.
- It's been said and heard a million times: "Do the crime, do the time." But when it comes to violent sex offenders who have already completed their sentences, it's more like "you might do the crime, so do the time. Again."
- In 1879 the Texas Legislature passed an act that established a school specifically designed to help “elevate the standard of education throughout the state.” It was known as the Sam Houston Normal Institute.
- These are the three cardinal rules in which citizens of Astro City must obey. They are also the titles of the books in Sam Houston State University sophomore Lisa Alfonso’s Rules Trilogy.