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RGC Facilitates Community Book Exchange in Eagle Pass

March 4, 2021|

Pictured from left to right: Dr. Robert Muñoz, Vice President of Sul Ross State Univ. Rio Grande College, Thery Cardenas, Victor Ortiz, Dr. Audrey Taylor, RGC Assistant Professor of English, and Gilbert Bermea, Vice [...]

The Desk

ON CAMPUS: Wellness beyond basics

July 31, 2019|

by Shawna Graves, Office of Public Relations Sul Ross State University Counseling and Accessibility Services are establishing a lifeline of healthy routines and options for students, faculty, staff and community members. Services include individual and [...]

Department Of Nursing Announces Testing For Potential BSN Students

March 3, 2021|

Testing for potential nursing students is now available at the Career/Life Testing Center in the Morgan Center, SRSU campus.  February 22, 2021 through April 1, 2021, appointments for taking the TEAS and Weaver Examinations can [...]

The Journey of a Lifetime

April 25, 2019|

• by Stephen Falick • Editor’s note:  Stephen Falick wrote this essay for Susan Spring’s composition class.  In it, he details traveling across the globe to discover a rare animal, and, in the process, discovering [...]

Announcing NSSE Poster Design Winner

February 25, 2021|

Jadah Smith, Criminal Justice major, is the winner of the poster design contest for the National Survey of Student Engagement.  Professor Avram Dumitrescu coordinated the contest and judging, and he said, "We received many great [...]

Porvenir: The Quiet Massacre

April 12, 2019|

• by Matthew D. Berkshier • In the early morning hours of January 28, 1918, a tragic event occurred in the tiny village of Porvenir, Texas.  For an entire century, the event went largely unacknowledged.  [...]

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Ky Hamilton Bull Rushes His Way to The Top

September 9, 2020|

New rankings were released by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Ram World Standings for the top bull riders worldwide. A household Sul Ross name sits directly across from the No. 1 slot. Ky Hamilton. [...]

Sul Ross Unveils New Campaign to Mark New Era

August 25, 2020|

They call her V. Her name is Vania Hampton. She plays basketball. Who she will become, behind fierce eyes and iron-clad tenacity, is still being shaped. Her story still being written. Her future still unfolding. But [...]

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News & Features

RGC Facilitates Community Book Exchange in Eagle Pass

March 4, 2021|

Pictured from left to right: Dr. Robert Muñoz, Vice President of Sul Ross State Univ. Rio Grande College, Thery Cardenas, Victor Ortiz, Dr. Audrey Taylor, RGC Assistant Professor of English, and Gilbert Bermea, Vice President [...]

Department Of Nursing Announces Testing For Potential BSN Students

March 3, 2021|

Testing for potential nursing students is now available at the Career/Life Testing Center in the Morgan Center, SRSU campus.  February 22, 2021 through April 1, 2021, appointments for taking the TEAS and Weaver Examinations can [...]

Announcing NSSE Poster Design Winner

February 25, 2021|

Jadah Smith, Criminal Justice major, is the winner of the poster design contest for the National Survey of Student Engagement.  Professor Avram Dumitrescu coordinated the contest and judging, and he said, "We received many great [...]

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Putting the “Grad” in Gratitude

February 22, 2021|

By Laura Nelson Ramon Castro, Jr. expresses gratitude freely and often. He appreciates Sul Ross State Univ. Rio Grande College Business Administration Professor Emeritus Terry Carson for advising him to switch majors and complete a [...]

Mexican Government Provides Support

January 8, 2021|

by Laura Nelson Thanks to the generosity of the Mexican government, 17 Sul Ross State Univ. Rio Grande College students have been helped with their educational expenses. José Luis Díaz Mirón Hinojosa, Cónsul Encargado in [...]

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The Desk

ON CAMPUS: Wellness beyond basics

July 31, 2019|

by Shawna Graves, Office of Public Relations Sul Ross State University Counseling and Accessibility Services are establishing a lifeline of healthy routines and options for students, faculty, staff and community members. Services include individual and [...]

The Journey of a Lifetime

April 25, 2019|

• by Stephen Falick • Editor’s note:  Stephen Falick wrote this essay for Susan Spring’s composition class.  In it, he details traveling across the globe to discover a rare animal, and, in the process, discovering [...]

Porvenir: The Quiet Massacre

April 12, 2019|

• by Matthew D. Berkshier • In the early morning hours of January 28, 1918, a tragic event occurred in the tiny village of Porvenir, Texas.  For an entire century, the event went largely unacknowledged.  [...]

Having a Baby and Having the “Baby Blues”

April 11, 2019|

• by Jessica Dixon • Editor’s note:  The following piece, written for Susan Spring’s English 1301 course, reflects on the struggle to identify, accept, and treat postpartum depression. They say that having a baby is [...]

Senior Perspective: Ernest Flores

March 27, 2019|

• by Ernest Flores • Editor’s note: In the following feature, Ernest discusses his undergraduate experiences, academic and professional aspirations, and his mentor's own graduate educational experiences. I am a senior English major at Sul [...]

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Sports

Ky Hamilton Bull Rushes His Way to The Top

September 9, 2020|

New rankings were released by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Ram World Standings for the top bull riders worldwide. A household Sul Ross name sits directly across from the No. 1 slot. Ky Hamilton. [...]

Sul Ross Unveils New Campaign to Mark New Era

August 25, 2020|

They call her V. Her name is Vania Hampton. She plays basketball. Who she will become, behind fierce eyes and iron-clad tenacity, is still being shaped. Her story still being written. Her future still unfolding. But [...]

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