Mohan travels to India to complete course work
Adjusting to school and life in Texas
As the semester slowly comes to end, students are beginning to prepare for the Spring semester. One student in particular is counting down the days until the first day back.
Remembering JFK 50 years after the tragedy
Shots the nation will never forget
“I was headed to speech class in the main building on the San Angelo College campus, when I learned about President John Kennedy being shot. After the announcement, the class was dismissed ...”
Fraternity helps rebuild home
Pikes have several ties within community
Ten men with Pi Kappa Alpha teamed with Helping Hands Saturday, Nov. 16, to renovate a home.
ROTC Alumnus set to speak at December commencement
Hawkins will share life experiences with graduates
Lt. Gen. Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr. will deliver the graduation speech for the Fall 2013 graduates on Dec. 14.
Students receive funding for research projects
Faculty members help biology students excel
Three ASU students were awarded grants from the national Biology honor society, Tri-Beta, to help fund their individual research.
Alpha Chi inducts new members
Students look forward to opportunities within the society
Alpha Chi honor society Tuesday inducted 68 new members from all academic disciplines.
Holiday Dinner Theatre goes live
Theatre show will bring original story to stage
The Holiday Dinner Theatre will feature the classic play “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” Nov. 21 to 24 and Dec. 5 to 7.
Students celebrate with African Student Association
ASA events held to celebrate different cultures
The African Students Association (ASA) held its first block party Nov. 7 at the Super Slab in front of Roscoe’s Den.
Music: Good Albums and Key Tracks
Keldian – “Outbound” The Norway space pop rock duo has just released their third studio album and first to be fan-funded. Like the previous two albums, Keldian’s latest offering possesses all the elements capable of creating space prog. There are lyrics about space, soaring guitars, keyboards and huge choruses, but does this set them apart? Unfortunately, there is nothing too gravity-defying here.
Jeribai Tascoe comes to campus
Graphic designer looks to help, review and inspire
ASU’s Graphic Design Club plans to bring a former “Design Star” contestant to campus Nov. 13 for to inspire both design students and the community.
Graduate Studies program gains new dean
One role of the dean is to support the graduate programAfter an internal search that began Oct. 1, the College of Graduate Studies Oct. 30 announced the arrival of its new dean. Professor of Kinesiology Dr. Susan E. Keith, who was chosen out of four candidates, will assume her duties Jan. 1.
Residential program hosts Casino Night
Egyptian theme hopes to draw large crowd
Centennial Residence Hall Staff will host an Egyptian-themed Casino Night Nov. 15 for all ASU students and will offer free poker chips in exchange for canned goods to benefit a local soup kitchen. “The RAs will be in costume, so I think it would be really fun if the residents were in costume,” resident assistant Becca Kirkham said.
Chartwells looks for change
Second big topic discussed was SGA voting.
The Student Government Association Nov. 4 discussed several issues concerning students that include the food choices offered by Chartwells and the possibility of changing the voting system at ASU.
Several bats found in Concho Hall
Ultrasound unit fixed to keep bats away
Bats in Concho Hall were safely removed this past week after a Bird-X Ultrasound unit broke earlier this month.
Student organizations partner with others for School Supply Drive
Drop off stations spread across campus
ASU student organizations have partnered with Give More HUGS and the Teacher Store to collect school supplies and children’s clothing for San Angelo students during Oct. 22 and Nov. 15.