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Kats go green for Earth Week

Organizations across campus will go green to celebrate Earth Week by hosting different events from clothing drives to paddling the Guadalupe River, next week. Associate Director of Marketing for Recreational Sports, Melissa Fadler, said some of the...

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Gen. Sam Houston’s “rock” a year older

The Sam Houston Memorial Museum will be hosting the 196th Margaret Lea Houston birthday celebration in conjunction with Founder’s Day, Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Margaret Moffette Lea Houston, the wife of General Sam Houston, was born...

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Wrongfully convicted alumnus to speak on campus

Michael Morton, a Sam Houston State University alumnus, spent 25 years imprisoned for a murder he did not commit—the murder of his own wife. Morton will speak to students and faculty on the campus of his alma mater for the first time about his...

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Election runoffs underway tomorrow, Thursday

Two student body presidential candidates will face an election runoff tomorrow through Thursday after original election results as well as a supreme court ruling deemed them necessary. Presidential candidates Juwan Greene and Phill Lund are facing...

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Victories unclear in SGA elections

Student government election results were announced today, though students will not know any of the executive board members until after an appeal is settled with the SGA Supreme Court and runoffs conclude. For the presidential seat, Senator Phill...

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‘New Deal’ leader leaks VP’s GPA

Allegations of FERPA law violations erupted after student government Senator Troy Ross included SGA Vice President Brooke Hunter’s GPA in an appeal to the SGA Supreme Court but refused to say where he got the confidential information. “How he...

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