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Community Champions: Jude Lee Routh
The Samuel Walker Houston Museum and Cultural Center, which formerly served as a school for Huntsville’s Black youth prior to integration, strives to preserve the history and legacy of its namesake and support his core values and principles by educating, exhibiting and maintaining a facility and environment that serves the community and public.
Raven's Call to Honor Late Bearkats
Sam Houston State University will commemorate the lives of students, faculty, staff and alumni who have passed away between March 1, 2022 and Jan. 31 with the annual Raven’s Call ceremony. The tradition of honoring those gone but not forgotten Bearkats will continue Friday at noon beneath the Ron and Ruth Blatchley Bell Tower.
Student Food Pantry Celebrates Gift From Kroger
Kroger representatives, along with faculty, staff, and students, gathered to celebrate the grocer’s three-year commitment to the school’s food pantry totaling $30,000.
Groundbreaking Celebrates A Gift Written In The Stars
SHSU celebrated a generous gift for the future Dominey Observatory. The support will have a lasting impact for students, faculty and the community.
Matthew Bethea Named Vice President For University Advancement
Matthew Bethea will play a crucial role in ensuring the success of the university by providing leadership in the Office of University Advancement, Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, the Sam Houston Foundation and the Sam Houston Memorial Museum and Republic of Texas Presidential Library.