Agriculture center to provide hands-on training
Classes have begun at center
Richard Mayer, Norm Rousselot, and Edwin Mayer cut the ribbon Monday, March 3, in honor of the new Mayer-Rousselot Agriculture Education Center located at the ASU Management, Instruction and Research Center (MIR).
Dorms open to all students in the fall
More variety of housing offered to students living on campus
Certain dorms will no longer be dedicated to first-year students beginning in the fall of 2014.
Transfer Days give students a look into ASU
Admissions puts more focus on transfer students
ASU Transfer Days, an event designed for prospective transfer students, will be Friday, March 7, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Students will be able to learn more about ASU and resources it offers.
Mardi Gras Celebration
Celebration to help raise money for organization
The 14th annual Mardi Gras celebration successfully raised money for Meals for the Elderly Tuesday night.
JAMP program to host annual student-run health fair
Health fair is only one project for JAMP
The Joint Admissions Medical Program (JAMP) and ASUFit are partnering to bring back the annual student-run health fair Tuesday, March 4.
Well-respected professor greatly missed by many
ASU lost a beloved professor, Dr. Robert R. Mowrer, Friday, Feb. 22. Mowrer had been at ASU since 1988 and was a well-known psychology professor. “He was very well known on campus and very well liked,” Psychology, Sociology and Social Work Department Chair Dr.
Defense class helps students channel inner strength
Program educates students how to prepare of life-threatening situations
The ASU Police Department hosted a Rape Aggression Defense class Saturday, Feb. 22, that the women from Association of Mexican American Student (AMAS) participated in.
Handball Club goes to National Championship
Handball Club makes a name for ASU in non-traditional sport
ASU’s Handball team returned on Feb. 23 from USHA Collegiate Handball National Championship held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Multicultural Center helps celebrate Black History Month
Students reflect on accomplishments
The Multicultural Center will host this year’s Black History Month Celebration, which will focus on the national theme “Civil Rights in America,” on Wednesday, Feb. 26.
UCPC brings comedian to Club Café
Bozeman to bring lighter side of college
ASU’s UCPC will host a Club Café Feb. 26, featuring comedian Kevin Bozeman, who has been featured on Comedy Central and won the HBO “Comedy Competition” in 2000.
Annual rodeo bucks out of chute
Events provide experience for students
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo has started again with daily performances and large crowds flocking in every weekend, and ASU’s Agriculture department is highly involved in the three-week long event.
UREC Crucible back to claim all fitness types
The UREC Crucible Fitness Event is back to challenge all different fitness types.
Superhero Dash back for second year
Race to promote healthy choices
ASUFit has commenced its semiannual Fitness Challenge. One challenge involves participation in the Superhero Dash 5K on Feb. 22 at 9 a.m. in front of the UC.
Back to My Roots VI to tribute Mandela
Annual event returns to be better than before
African Student Association (ASA) and UCPC are back in action to bring together the sixth annual ‘Back to My Roots’ performance Monday, Feb. 24.
Carr Hall to open as housing option
Carr Hall available for freshmen and upperclassmen
Carr Hall will become an additional on-campus housing option for students in Fall 2014.