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Passing of Priscilla Hill Doherty — Brother Gene Chauvin's Mother

Could you please pass this information on for my family and my Beloved Mother. She will forever be loved and missed.

L&R, Gene Chauvin

85 Funeral Mass for Priscilla Hill Doherty, age 83, of Tyler are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 9, 2013, at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with Father Jose Lopez officiating under direction of Boren-Conner Funeral Home & Covenant Cremations, Bullard. Mrs. Doherty was born May 4, 1929, in Logan, W.Va.

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A senator in Sam Houston State University’s Student Government Association is trying to change the library to a 24-hour system.
Shane Rankin, a senator for SGA, has asked that the Newton Grisham library go to a 24 hour system. VP & Provost of Academic Affairs Jamie Hebert said during the Jan. 24 meeting that they will temporarily open the library for 24- hours during finals week.
During this time, Hebert told Rankin, the library will study the traffic and make an assessment from there.

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Sam Houston Statue Bathed in Bearkat Orange

55 Photo by Gene ChauvinIn support of the Sam Houston State University Bearkat football program, the City of Huntsville will light the Sam Houston statue in orange for tomorrow night’s playoff game. According to City of Huntsville Community Services Director Matt Lumpkins, the statue will remain orange as long as the Bearkats are in the playoffs. “Using orange lenses over the spotlights we have on the Sam Houston statue, the City will turn Sam orange for the playoff game,” Lumpkins said.

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Students Are Invited To “Take A Peek At Greek”

Members of Greek organizations volunteer for numerous hours of community service and raise money for local and national philanthropic projects.Sam Houston State University students will be returning to campus soon and are being invited to take a sneak peek at being Greek at the “Greek Life Recruitment Fair” on Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Lowman Student Center Plaza.

We want students make the most of their college experience by joining our respective fraternities and sororities,” said Brittney Randolph, SHSU’s National Panhellenic Council director of recruitment.

Greek Life offers something for everyone, especially those who would like to excel at philanthropic, social, athletic, and leadership-based activities in addition to their academic pursuits,” she said.

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SHSU - ATO Fraternity Scholarship Fund

Ronnie Caldwell, another of the Zeta Mu brotherhood has passed on to the Chapter Eternal. My dad passed away just a year ago and I am reminded of the issues to which attention requires. While flowers and plants enhance the service, they become another chore for the family. I gather from Kuch that Ronnie’s widow, Barbara, would be honored to have donations made to assist our newest Brothers with their college expenses. If you are inclined to make a donation in lieu of flowers, please mail your tax deductible contribution made out to SHSU-ATO Scholarship Fund (% Rick Hanna; PO Box 25; Huntsville, TX 77342) with a remark as to whom the memorial is being made. The University will send a letter to the family recognizing the gift. Last week I carried over $2,000 in memorials for Orin Covell and Steve Robinson

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Charity Basketball to Benefit United Way

By Matthew Jackson at The Huntsville Item, January 25, 2010 09:07 am

The United Way of Walker County and the Sam Houston State University Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega will present a charity basketball game featuring the world famous Harlem Ambassadors Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Huntsville High School gymnasium.

Tickets are already on sale for the event, which will benefit the United Way and feature the Ambassadors against a team of community members dubbed the Huntsville Hoopsters.

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Changing of the Colors over General Sam Houston’s grave

By Rachael Gleason at The Huntsville Item, November 18, 2008

The flags over Gen. Sam Houston’s grave always look their best due to the efforts of one Sam Houston State University fraternity.

Alpha Tau Omega fraternity presented its annual “Changing of the Colors” on Monday afternoon to honor the general at his final resting place in Oakwood Cemetery.

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