The Museum of East Texas in Lufkin will hold a panel discussion Saturday that will probe the cultural evolution of African American women in three aspects of life: higher education, politics and religion. Angelina College associate dean Sellestine Hunt will moderate the discussion. She wants to examine how far African American women have come, and acknowledge there are many obstacles today.
Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas, is hosting its STEM Day Friday. The college will bring in about 200 area high school seniors for a day that’s meant to inspire them about careers in science, technology, engineering and math. David Rusk is the associate director of the college’s math and science division. He teaches engineering courses. He said as freshmen, he may have 50 declared engineering majors, but only about one in five will actually graduate in that major after two years.
Bill Beckett sits down in the Noel Foundation studio with Rick Schiller, Executive Director of the Angelina Arts Alliance to talk about STOMP, the highly energized, explosive, provocative, sophisticated, utterly unique stage performance coming to the Temple Theater on the Campus of on Tuesday, April 2 and Wednesday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. Info at www.angelinaarts.org or (936) 633-5454.