Thursday, April 30, 2015

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Recreational Sports Center Faces Damage, Closure

The Houstonian reports that parts of SHSU's Recreational Sports Center are closed until at least the end of the semester while repairs are made to the water damaged property:

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Storm Does Some Damage

The Item reports that Huntsville, New Waverly and other parts of Walker County were struck hard Thursday night with torrential downpours and high-speed winds, which damaged homes, vehicles and businesses.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

New Scoreboards For SHSU

Get ready to see numbers soar with the new scoreboards coming to Bowers Stadium, Johnson Coliseum, and the Bearkat Softball Complex, reports the Houstonian:

A Look at the Campus Libraries Over Time

George Peabody, Harry Estill, and Newton Gresham never sat down for dinner together but their names are memorialized in the three library buildings that all still stand on the SHSU campus.  In conjunction with National Library Week, the Houstonian looks back at these three buildings:

Gen. Sam Houston’s “Rock” A Year Older

The 196th birthday of Margaret Moffette Lea Houston, wife of General Sam Houston, will be commentated in conjunction with Founders Day this Saturday, reports the Houstonain:

Friday, April 10, 2015

SHSU Expands Its Nursing Program In The Woodlands

The Houston Chronicle reports (Apr. 9) that as the health care industry continues to boom in The Woodlands, SHSU is working to fill a growing demand for nurses in the region:

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Evans Complex Rooted In History

The Houstonian picks another spot off the campus map for this week of history; this time, a bit about the wacky Evans Complex and a rather significant tree:

Friday, April 3, 2015

Peabody Library: SHSU’s “Crown Jewel”

Leslie Cordova and the Houstonian (Apr. 1) have another in their series of the campus buildings, this one about the crown jewel that is the Peabody Memorial Library: