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  • July 2
    J.R. Florez, an employee with Stephen F. Austin State University’s Residence Life Department, mists a room in Steen Hall with a hypochlorous acid

    J.R. Florez, an employee with Stephen F. Austin State University’s Residence Life Department, mists a room in Steen Hall with a hypochlorous acid, a disinfecting compound the custodial staff says is safer and more effective than bleach. All residence hall rooms have been treated with the disinfectant and will have been treated twice when students return to campus in the fall.

  • July 1
    current renovations to the W.M. Turner Auditorium in Griffith Fine Arts Building on the SFA campus

    W.M. Turner Auditorium in Griffith Fine Arts Building is getting a “refresh” as a result of the Fine Arts Expansion Initiative, which will extend the building along North Street. The renovated and expanded state-of-the-art building will also include two dance studios, two new theatres, recording studio, sound stage, audio and video editing rooms, an art gallery, multiple classrooms, rehearsal facilities, faculty offices and the offices of the College of Fine Arts dean. The facilities will house the CFA’s sound recording technology, filmmaking, theatre, dance and musical theatre programs.

  • June 30
    Ireland Bramhall

    Ireland Bramhall, a hospitality administration senior from Ennis, was appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott to serve as student regent on Stephen F. Austin State University’s Board of Regents during the 2020-21 academic year.

  • June 30
    The SFA student chapter at the statewide Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society meeting held earlier this year in Corpus Christi.

    The Wildlife Society, an international professional organization of leaders in wildlife science, named the Stephen F. Austin State University student chapter of The Wildlife Society as its national 2020 Student Chapter of the Year. The annual award recognizes exceptional achievements by student chapters in the promotion of professional standards, outreach and education, as well as advocacy for conservation policy decisions. Pictured is the SFA student chapter at the statewide Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society meeting held earlier this year in Corpus Christi. The SFA student chapter also was named Student Chapter of the Year by the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society.

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