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...
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...
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....
April 28, 2016
By Jennifer McGruder
“You always want to win. That is why you play tennis, because you love the sport and try to be the best you can at it.”
Dhanielly Quevedo is...
By Tyler Sparkman
Green, it is the color of many things: monsters, envy, plants, the start of races, the odd alien or two, life, spring, being environmentally conscience. Who makes SFA Gardens green? The answer to this is...