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Jaila Moore, Jordan Mulkey and Leeann Engelking were the emcees Wednesday night for the 25th annual Sammy Awards in the Gaertner Performing Arts Center. - Photo by Brian Blalock

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Cut Loose, Footloose, April 24-27

Playing at the Erica Starr Theatre with evening performances at 7:30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee performance at 2:00 p.m, the show is directed by Kevin Crouch and Kyle Craig-Bogard with music direction by Laura Avery and Eric Gundersen.

by Wes Hamilton

May Commencement Speakers Announced

Sam Houston State University welcomes three notable keynote speakers for the Spring 2019 commencement ceremonies on May 9-11 at Johnson Coliseum: Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Houston Texans President Jamey Roots and KPRC Sports Director Randy McIlvoy.

by Wes Hamilton

Mass Communications Drone Film Concept Wins Big

The Department of Mass Communication at Sam Houston State University is making great strides in their film program. With the recent release of their short film “The Drone”, the department has received several awards and nominations in the United States and internationally.

by Wes Hamilton

Campus Initiative Works To Eliminate Textbook Costs

Reimagining the First Year (RFY), is sponsoring the inaugural Open Education Resources (OER) Course Redesign Grant to help lower textbook costs.

by Hannah Haney

Remember Grads, Glitter Is Litter

Remember grads, glitter is litter. Please set a good example for all Bearkats by keeping our campus beautiful. If you see plastic confetti on the ground, pick it up. You’re helping protect animals and our water.

by Wes Hamilton

College of Health Sciences Students To Host Fun Run

A Kinesiology Sport Management project at Sam Houston State University will become a reality with students hosting the first annual College of Health Sciences Spirit Color Run on April 26. The event is open to the community.

by Emily Binetti

Grad Student Receives 100k Mental Health Grant

The National Institute of Mental Health recently awarded Anna Abate, graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, with funding for her research project titled, “The Effect of Stereotype Threat in Police Encounters on Behavioral and Affective Outcomes.”

by Wes Hamilton

SAM Camp Helps Local Special Needs Children

The Physical Education – Teacher Education (PETE) program certifies and prepares students to be professionally competent, culturally sensitive and reflective physical education teachers in P-12 schools, while also providing a space for children to exercise and socialize.

by Wes Hamilton

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