Angelo State University will present a free public exhibit of unique sculptures by West Texas-based artist-blacksmith Kevin Stanford, starting Monday, Oct. 10, in the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive.
Fans attending Friday night football games in the Andrews, Midland and Abilene areas could see some rain during the games. Games in the San Angelo area and to the east and southeast should remain dry for the most part.
Angelo State University has signed a series of agreements with BELTEI International University (BIU) in Cambodia that will bring Cambodian transfer students to ASU to complete their studies in 10 different undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The decision comes after Attorney General Paxton sued the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for forcing the State of Texas to adopt rules requiring bathroom, locker room, shower, and pronoun usage based on “gender identity” rather than biological sex.
How and why can some companies benefit from war while others suffer disruption and destruction in their production and distribution networks? How does public pressure affect corporate behavior and reputation? What does (business) history teach us about ethical behavior in times of war?