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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

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New 5K Race To Provide Journalism Scholarships

The inaugural Run with Sam 5K is slated for Saturday, March 2. Proceeds from the race will go toward scholarships for the Sam Houston State University journalism program in the mass communications department.

by Wes Hamilton

Exhibit Offers Unique Views Of Museum Grounds

Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 27, the Sam Houston Memorial Museum will present “Views of the Museum Complex,” presented by museum curators Casey Roon and Derrick Birdsall.

by Megan Buro

Proposed College Of Osteopathic Medicine Receives Candidate Status

SHSU's proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine has received Candidate status from the American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation.

by Stephanie Knific

Student Survey Aims To Improve Campus Life

On Feb. 18 all undergraduate students age 18 and older, received an email from the SHSU Student Health Center (ncha-web@acha.org) asking for participation in a campus wide survey that will help our Bearkat community determine health and wellness priorities.

by Wes Hamilton

LEAP To Host 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

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