Using films and literature from the Arab world, Samar Zahrawi works to provide an understanding of and reshape ideas about the culture of her native land.
Like many students, life once got in the way of Oscar Aguilar finishing school, but having a strong family work ethic and being goal-oriented have pushed him toward his next milestone—graduation.
The Value of Democracy
Wesley Phelps’s examination of the “War on Poverty” has found that it wasn’t the redistribution of wealth, but the redistribution of power that helped Houston’s poor strike it “rich” in the 1960s.
Looking to Lead
Seniors Keshawn Hill and Michael Wade are part of a 16-player council ready to pilot the Kats to more football success in 2014.
Through its Alcohol and Drug Summit, the ADAI works to educate students on issues they may face in college. Here are nine things students will learn about by attending the event on Sept. 12.
Having Problems Getting Football Tickets?
Due to a national outage with SHSU’s online athletic ticketing service, all ticket purchases must made by calling the SHSU athletic ticket office at 936.294.1729 or by stopping by the office in the Ron Mafrige Field House. Ticket office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Follow Bearkat Athletics on Twitter or on Facebook for updates on the outage.
Avid photographers can get exposure for their work and compete for prizes through the annual amateur photography contest.
Andy Noble and Dionne Sparkman Noble "journey into deep space" for their Houston premier, Aug. 29-30 and Sept. 4-6.
Longtime CJ professor Phillip Lyons has taken over as dean for Vincent Webb, who has returned to the classroom.
"Anything That Has a Front" Talk & Reception
Ariel Lavery will discuss her art on Sept. 2, at 5 p.m. in Art Building E Room 108, followed by an opening reception in the Gaddis Geeslin Gallery.
Learn about the more than 200 internships available on Sept. 2, at 2 p.m. in the CJ Center’s Kerper Courtroom.
The Psychological Services Center strives to provide evaluations and treatment for under-served members of the community, including children and adults, couples and families. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale, allowing community members to receive services they may not have access to otherwise. The center also offers services to local rehabilitative and correctional organizations and provides services to lawyers and courts. As part of the clinical training gained by doctoral-level students who perform the services, students complete forensic evaluations for the courts, psychological evaluations and diagnostic interviews.