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Austin College | November 20, 2012
Water was the day-long focus to make aware of the need for conservation and planning at the 2012 annual Austin College Public Administration Symposium.
Austinist | November 16, 2012
Michael A. Garcia ’96, was chosen Artist of the Year, 3-Dimensional Art at the third annual Austin Visual Arts Awards ceremony.
Dallas Morning News | October 11, 2012
Hannah Alexander ’12 of Ignite Texas leads girls in discussion at Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School in Dallas. See the attached article . REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION OF THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS.
Fannin County Leader | November 16, 2012
Austin College hosted a Criminal Law Symposium for all students and friends interested in law, as well as area lawyers. It was co-sponsored by the Austin College Pre-Law Society, the Austin College Alumni “L” Law Association, and the Grayson County Bar Association.
KXII News | September 28, 2012
Sherman Symphony Orchestra has announced a series of TV broadcasts featuring selections from its season of performances held at Kidd-Key Auditorium in Sherman. The inaugural concert aired on Saturday, September 29, 2012, on Channel 12, KXII’s CBS-HD. This broadcast will be followed by at least six others still to be announced during the Symphony’s concert season. “These broadcasts will enable us to reach new and substantially larger audiences in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma,” said the Symphony’s Music Director and long-time conductor Maestro Daniel Dominick.
KXII News | October 31, 2012
The 13th annual ’Roo Boo at Austin College, hosted by the local chapter of Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity, was held Wednesday, October 31.
KXII News | November 2, 2012
Hundreds of Austin College students will disperse across Texoma for the annual Great Day of Service. The event brings together numerous campus organizations and volunteered at nearly 50 different non-profit organizations.
KXII News | November 14, 2012
Sherman’s new Mayor, Cary Wacker (Senior Associate VP of Institutional Advancement at Austin College), was sworn into office Wednesday, November 14.
KXII News | November 15, 2012
Austin College faculty member, Don Salisbury says that the Mayan calendar ending on December 21 should not be a concern.
KXII News | November 16, 2012
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals left their home in Austin on Friday and made their way to Austin College in Sherman for a rare appearance.
KTEN News | October 22, 2012
Local Austin College professor, David Baker, weighs in on Hurricane Sandy being an extreme storm.
KTEN News | November 16, 2012
A special visit on Friday was arranged to show Austin College students the court in action. Eight of the court’s nine judges listened to appeals in two cases, one involving a local man who sits in prison hoping for a new trial.
KTEN News | November 20, 2012
Kim Snipes was included in a group Grayson County commissioners recognized, that is on the cutting edge when it comes to preparing for possible emergencies.
North Texas E-News | November 1, 2012
Austin College students have a unique focus on service, as nearly 500 students demonstrated on November 3, during the College’s Great Day of Service. Students worked at nearly 50 locations benefitting non-profits across Texoma.
North Texas E-News | November 6, 2012
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals heard oral arguments at Austin College on November 16. The court session was open to the public at no charge.
Sherman Herald Democrat | October 29, 2012
Kay Kinkler Casey ’68, of Denison has been named Press Women of Texas Communicator of Achievement for 2012, in recognition of her unique achievements in journalism.
Sherman Herald Democrat | October 30, 2012
Henry Bucher, semi-retired Austin College faculty member and former chaplain, answering questions from Patrick Duffey, dean of humanities at AC, in an event titled “Where in the world was Henry Bucher” in front of a standing-room-only crowd to help kick off AC homecoming festivities.
Sherman Herald Democrat | November 2, 2012
The Pottsboro Library hosted a Telling Our Stories (TOS) writing workshop. Conducting the workshop was Dr. Jerry Lincecum.
Sherman Herald Democrat | November 3, 2012
Nearly 500 Austin College students took a break from studying on Saturday for a day of service, helping 50 organizations across Texoma.
Sherman Herald Democrat | November 9, 2012
The Austin College Community Band, directed by Bob Archer, performed for the public on Wednesday, November 14, in Wynne Chapel on the Austin College campus.
Sherman Herald Democrat | November 18, 2012
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals held live oral arguments Friday on the Austin College campus. The panel, the highest state court of appeals for criminal cases in Texas, heard arguments presented for two cases: State v. Brian Davis and State vs. Vaughn Bell. Eight judges of the Court were in Sherman for the session.
Austin College | Events – November 2012
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