Fall Semester '96 Weekly News Briefs

December 96
Dec. 8, 1996:Student Journalists Get Help from Professional Group; Physics Group Gets 5th "Outstanding" Rating; Breitenbach Masks on Display in Costa Rica; Leadership Event Hosted by SHSU; Semester Winding Down; John Wayne Book on Sale.
Dec. 1, 1996:Winter Concert Marks Symphony Orchestra's 55th Year; Holiday Events Upcoming; Tree of Light Ceremony; An Evening With Paul Ruffin; Speech Faculty Participate in National Conference; Mystical Landscapes.

November 96

Nov. 24, 1996:SHSU Presents Three Christmas Classics
Nov. 17, 1996:Marks Investiture is Thursday; Dan Rather to Lecture on Media Ethics; Saturday at Sam; Music Events; Summer Study Programs.
Nov. 10, 1996: Wellness Week; Journalist Here for Warner Lectures, Career Day; Mexican Field School Signups Underway; Alpha Chi Recognizes 39 for Scholarship and Character; Music Events; Investiture Upcoming.
Nov. 3, 1996:Barragan Named to State Advisory Board; Students, Faculty Member Present Papers; Renowned Clarinetist to Visit; Music Events; Help Needed for 'Saturdays at Sam!'; Public Relations/Communications Seminar.

October 96

Oct. 27, 1996:ROTC Student Wins National Competition; Italian Academicians to Make Presentations; Steel and Ceramic Sculptures at Geeslin Gallery; Chorale to Present Evening of Romantic Music; Writing Program Events; Library Conference, Faculty Art Exhibition.
Oct. 20, 1996:Homecoming Week Activities.
Oct. 13, 1996:Walesa to Receive Sam Houston Humanitarian Award; Ice Cream Social to Honor President Bobby K. Marks; Week's Events Range from Rodeo to Symphony; Reservations Due Oct. 18 for Homecoming Events; Campus Notes; Raven Trail Run Part of Homecoming; Homecoming Parade Sign-up Underway.
Oct. 6, 1996:Mental Health Awareness Day; "Writing for Publication" Registration Under Way; Sex Offender Workshop; Public Relations/Communication Seminar; Piano Concert and Opera.

September 96

Sept. 29, 1996:Gilmore Gets Title Change; Palma Doing Meteorite Research; Warner Endowed Chair to be Filled Yearly; Fine Arts Menu Includes Photography, Music, Comedy.
Sept. 22, 1996:Parents' Weekend is Saturday; Tiny Bubble Research Attracting International Attention; Sculpture Events; Jazz Groups Set First Performance; Christmas Program in Production; Military Science Honors Employee; Faculty/Staff Reminders; Campus Events on the Internet.
Sept. 15, 1996:Faculty Gala to Feature New Vocal Duo; Master Dancer to Visit; Blacksmith Work Day; Student/Staff Reminders; Campus Events on the Internet.
Sept. 8, 1996:Faculty Member Studies Anti-Tumor Agents; Show Team Organized; Summer Art in Italy; Golden Key Chapter Named "Most Improved"; Martial Arts Groups Seeking Members; Campus Events on the Internet.
Sept.1, 1996:Events to Benefit Music, Theatre, Dance; "Troubling" Exhibit Opens Gaddis Geeslin Schedule; de Jong Glass on Exhibit; Mentor Program Needs Volunteers; Business Students Win Awards; Criminal Justice Student Earns Fellowship; Alumni Association Sets Pre-Game Picnics; Campus Events on the Internet.

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