On Tues. Dec. 2nd, Angelo State kicked off the holiday season with the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The event, that started with humble beginnings, has now grown into a much larger one with the collaboration of 25 different ASU departments and student organizations.
All across the United States, millions of Americans are getting ready to fill shopping baskets and empty wallets in anticipation of Black Friday. However, recent disruptions in worldwide supply chains may put a damper on typical shopping activities.
From marching at the UIL state marching competition to holding their own review, the Angelo State University Ram Band stayed busy the week of Nov. 2.
Dr. Micheal W. Salisbury, dean of Angelo State University’s College of Graduate Studies and Research, has been appointed the new dean of ASU's Freshman College effective Dec. 1.
The Angelo State University Police Department confirmed the arrest of Consuelo "Alicia" Hernandez-Martinez on Nov. 15 at 12:28 a.m., marking the end of a month-long search.
The Ram Pantry has been providing for our students for the majority of Angelo State's existence, although it has changed over the years. It started with a single student seeing a need in her community, so she began bringing food donations to those in need and it has grown to become what we k…
Angelo State University’s Big Band held a tribute concert in honor of the late American composer Sammy Nestico in the University Auditorium Oct. 26.
On Oct. 21 the Russian Enrichment Program invited Dr. Roger Reese, a history professor from Texas A&M, to give a public Russian history lecture titled "The Red Army 1918-1936” in hopes of getting the community more involved in the culture.
Angelo State University's Biology Department has requested the community to bring any and all Better Homes and Gardens Aromatherapy room sprays (Product and Product numbers listed below) to the Biology office in the Cavness Building Oct. 28 after it was nationally recalled on Oct. 22 due to …
Angelo State is currently presenting “Static,” a public art exhibit by sculptor Andrew Bellatti Green, in the Carr Education-Fine Arts Building's Gallery 193. The exhibit will continue to be displayed through Oct. 29.
“To Better the Man'' is the motto the Alpha Sigs live by, but who are they you may ask? The Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity was first established in 1945, and Angelo States recently instituted their very own Alpha Sig chapter in November of 2019. Their vision is simple: to Better the World throug…
Ram Radio has had a bit of radio silence since the beginning of the 2021 Fall semester, but now they are starting to pump out some new content. The main thing that Ram Radio does is conduct interviews with students, staff, or even business owners. With this job, sometimes there are many perk…
This week kicks off 2021 Homecoming with its theme of ASU Hits the Big Screen. The festivities have already brought the community together and there is much more in store.
With the fall semester in full swing, Angelo State University’s Student Government Association has been working to improve life for students, staff and faculty alike. SGA President Kristen Kilpatrick discussed the organization’s plans for the fall and the future during an interview.
Alpha Phi is Angelo State University's newest women's fraternity that was established this May. Established in 1872, Alpha Phi is one of the oldest and largest international sororities that has 173 collegiate chapters in and around the U.S. and Canada. Texas alone happens to have 8 chapters.
The planetarium has had a few changes since COVID-19. The Angelo State University Planetarium will present 11 different full-dome public astronomy shows during its fall 2021 schedule beginning Monday, Aug. 30, in the Vincent Building at 2333 Vanderventer St.
Angelo State’s Sigma Kappa sorority helped put on San Angelo’s annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sept. 11 at Kirby Park to help raise awareness for the disease and have currently raised $14,860.
Angelo State University kicked off its first at-home football game of the season with the return of Ram Jam at the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center followed by a post-game fireworks show at LeGrand Stadium Saturday 18.
The Texas Tribune’s week-long public policy festival is set to take place Sept. 20 through Saturday, Sept. 25 with hundreds of nationally recognized personalities like Karl Rove and Nikole Hannah-Jones giving their takes on today’s social and political issues.
Over 100 San Angeleans opposed to a recent Texas law prohibiting most abortions in the state visited a Facebook event page, with some planning to participate in a demonstration in the streets next month, joining with likeminded protestors across the country.
The sociology program officially moved to the social work department on Aug. 15 when the Texas Tech Board of Regents approved the move. It is officially relocated in terms of the website, the catalog and where it is housed.
With COVID still on the loose, Angelo State University has once again amended its plans to match the threat. Following a recent rise in positive COVID-19 cases, the college returned to a hybrid format on Aug. 27, four days after the first day of classes.
Angelo State University held their 10th annual Girl’s Night Out on Aug. 23 in the Junell Center from 6-9 pm and their 5th annual Guy’s Night Out on Aug. 24 from 7-9 pm.
On Aug 24, Dr. James Vretis, a Local Health Authority, issued a property control order mandating students and school districts to wear masks on any school facility that has a positive COVID-19 case within the Tom Green County.
San Angelo native Arnold García, an acclaimed Hispanic journalist who dedicated nearly half a century of his life to West and Central Texas journalism, died Aug 12 at the age of 73.
Rams Pitcher Ben Elder is one of two individuals indicted July 22 in connection to a March crash that killed three minors according to court documents released Thursday.
Dr. Dinah Harriger Cummings, an associate professor in Angelo State University’s Department of Health Science Professions, was appointed the new regional director of the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health (LWBIWH) at ASU, effective as of June 1.
In 1980, Texas became the first state to recognize Juneteenth as a holiday. This year, on June 17, President Joseph R. Biden signed the bill after Congress voted in favor of making Juneteenth, Also known as Jubilee Day, a federal holiday to commemorate the material abolishment of slavery in …