Andrea Tinoco & AJ Viti
Study, sneeze, pop pills and repeat.
This is the life of a college student. There is no time to sleep the desired amount of time, nor is there time to eat the proper amount of food. Sure, one can eat flaxseeds in their spinach salad, but there is...
With just one moth until the end of the semester, it is about that time to start thinking about what you need to do to ace your finals.
There are so many study-friendly nooks and crannies hidden all along campus and across Nacogdoches. After interviewing...
by Michael Herrington
On April 9, participants in SFA’s Big Event spent the day completing volunteer projects such as yard work, painting, cleaning, and gardening in Nacogdoches. Students showed up to work, give back, and say “thanks” to their community. SFA President Dr. Baker...
by Cara Campbell and Joshua Renfro
Kyle Keller was formally inducted as SFA’s new men’s basketball head coach Friday, April 8, in the Baker Patillo Student Center’s Grand Ballroom. Keller is the 12th coach to lead the Lumberjacks on the court.
“Kyle brings a wealth of...
The Nacogdoches Red Dirt Mud Run, the only time of the year where you want to get as dirty as you possibly can. Generated by the Nacogdoches Jaycees, a group of young leaders that work on projects to benefit the community, this race tests your endurance, strength, agility, and mental stamina....
by McKaylei Munden and Anna Laura Daniel
Tuition fees at SFA will rise by 2.1 percent this fall, as reported by The Pine Log in February.
The SFA Board of Regents approved:
Increase in room and board rates
Increase in tuition rates
“We currently have more than 1,550...
2016 Volkswagen Show
by Devin Hogue
Thu. April 28, 2015
Saturday, April 2 the East Texas ‘VEE-DUB’ Chapter of the Vintage VW Club of America sponsors the Nacogdoches Volkswagen festival.
Why You Should Become a Panhellenic Woman
by Haley Ramirez
When coming to college, many incoming students no few to none others attending and it can be very overwhelming. One of the greatest and fastest ways to meet people as a freshman or transfer is by getting involved. SFA has numerous,...
By: Brandy Sthran
Thu April 28 2016
On Wednesday, April 27th it was the 3rd annual North Vs. South Texas Powder Puff Game which was put on by the Health Committee of the NAACP. This game was meant to bring awareness to sexual assault that happens on SFA’s campus as well in the...
SFA ROTC Program has Outstanding Scholars
By Nadia Oulahna
Chris Locklier is one of two students here at SFA in the green to gold program.
“I’m currently on active duty and what they do is they assign me to a detachment at Ft. Jackson so I left… administratively I went to Ft....
Student Activities Association is one of the most prominent student groups you can find out about at the involvement center. SAA is completely geared towards created a positive environment in which students can seek fun and enrichment while not having to leave campus to find it. I got...
With graduation fast approaching seniors are becoming anxious for what the future holds for them. But being at Stephen F. Austin State University for 4 years has taught seniors a lot that they found helpful. Some of the advice I got...