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  • Fraternity gets a taste of female life through shoes

    Men show support for sexual assault against women

    ASU students and community members are welcome to help raise awareness of sexual assault toward women by taking part in “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” Saturday, April 26, at 10 a.m. at the courthouse downtown.

  • ASU loses student in single-vehicle crash

    Junior Jamie Palmer, 21, died April 7 a little after midnight in a single-vehicle crash.

  • Incoming freshmen required to take new course

    Courses aimed to help in different areas

    Starting fall 2014, all incoming freshmen will be required to enroll in a signature course of their choice.

  • Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter to come to ASU

    Students can be founding fathers of the fraternity

    The National fraternity Kappa Sigma plans to establish a chapter at ASU and held recruitment meetings April 9 and 10 at Plaza Verde.

  • Multicultural Center hosts Blood Drive

    Student organizations able to participate and help

    The ASU Multicultural Center Wednesday, April 30, will host its second blood drive in collaboration with organizations AMAS, RAM Rugby and Mariposas.

  • Wegner named Ram Page Editor-in-Chief

    Wegner looking forward to opportunity

    Junior Sydney Wegner has been named Ram Page editor-in-chief for 2014-2015.

  • Ram Page wins multiple awards at TIPA convention

    Staff hopes to continue improvement

    Ram Page was recognized April 12 at the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) convention in San Antonio and won 11 awards for its work during spring 2013 and fall 2013.

  • Research Symposium honors graduate student and faculty work

    Undergraduates invited to learn more

    The College of Graduate Studies will host Monday, April 21, a research symposium featuring different works from students and faculty within the 26 graduate programs.

  • Class rings serve as link between students and university

    Total ring sales beat out previous years

    ASU’s ring ceremony will honor 96 students Thursday, April 24, at an event sponsored by the Alumni Association.

  • Earth Day celebration reminds student to keep the planet clean

    Different activities all reflect Earth Day

    The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) will host an Earth Day event Tuesday, April 22, to remind students to reduce, reuse and recycle.

  • Guest speakers to recount stories from Civil Rights era

    Talk to celebrate 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act

    The history department has invited guest speakers to recognize the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act in America and give their first-hand accounts of San Angelo during the time period on Monday, April 14.

  • Student veterans prepare for future careers

    Dog Tags to Dollars helps student veterans with employment

    Student Veterans can find the help they need with the five part employment workshop series, Dog Tags to Dollars.

  • Track1.jpg Track and Field hosts multi-event at home

    Both teams continue to rack up victories

    The Rams and the Rambelles completed their meet on Saturday strong, scoring 148.50 points and 204 points respectively, defeating the teams in their way.

  • Tri-Beta recognized as top chapter for eighth time

    Members continue to work on research for upcoming contest year

    ASU’s Epsilon Sigma chapter of Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) biology national honor society has been named the recipient of the Lloyd M. Bertholf Award. The award indicates that Tri-Beta was the top chapter in the nation for the 2012-13 academic year. “There aren’t many words to describe the excitement I felt for our chapter,” Tri-Beta president Jazmin Humphreys said.

  • A message for the student body from the SGA candidates

    Hey, Rams! Connor Frankhouser and Jenni deBie here, and we’re running to be your student body president and vice president through the Student Government Association (SGA). Now, before we go any further, we’d like to clarify to you guys exactly what the role of SGA is.