Caroline Wakefield, Miss Block & Bridle, was named Miss Sam Houston for 2019 and Alyssa Allen, Miss Zeta Tau Alpha, was named Miss Piney Woods during the pageant Thursday night in the LSC Ballroom. - Photo by Brian Black


LEAP To Host Q&A With Former Ambassador To Qatar

SHSU LEAP is hosting a presentation by Ambassador Chase Untermeyer on Feb. 27 at 2:30 p.m. Untermeyer will engage with students on topics such as diplomacy, homeland security, careers in government and professional networking.

by Mike Yawn

SHSU Sweethearts

The team at Today@Sam sat down with three SHSU sweethearts whose love stories will melt your heart.

by Hannah Haney

Organization Prepares Students For Vet School

New leadership introduced itself to the student-run Pre-Veterinary Society at SHSU with new partnerships that not only helps animals, but students in their veterinary career as well.

by Mackailyn Johnson

Disappearing Act Brings Dark Humor To The Stage

The Sam Houston State University Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre presents the first act of the spring season in a compelling onstage production of Stephen Adly Guirgis’, “Our Lady of 121st Street,” running Feb. 20-23 in the Erica Starr Theatre.

by Hannah Haney

SHSU Items Approved In Board Of Regents Meeting

During the Texas State University System Board of Regents quarterly meeting in Austin, TX on Feb. 7-8, the following items were approved for Sam Houston State University.

by Emily Binetti

Events Bearkats Will Love This February

Throughout the month of February organizations across Sam Houston State University are offering plenty of events and activities to get students, faculty and staff into the heart of the season. Mark your calendars or even make it a date.

by Mackailyn Johnson

Musical Theatre Alumni Star In Broadway Tour

Two SHSU Theatre and Musical Theatre graduates were recently cast in the Broadway show “SPAMilton,” a parody of the hit show “Hamilton.”

by Emily Binetti

15th Annual Diversity Leadership Conference

On Feb. 15 and 16 Sam Houston State University’s Center for Diversity and Intercultural Affairs is hosting their 15th annual Diversity Leadership Conference on campus in the newly renovated Lowman Student Center.

by Wes Hamilton

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