Molly Waddell

Journalists, Writer

Location icon United States of America

I have worked for GateHouse Media's Center for News and Design since August of 2014. I received my bachelors degree in Mass Communication Print Journalism with a minor in Creative Writing on May 10, 2014

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Houstonianonline
SHSU denied Legislative bonds for new buildings

Several departments on campus have to reevaluate growth plans because the Texas Legislature failed to pass tuition revenue bonds. Agriculture and engineering, art, and the nursing departments were in line to get new buildings by 2015 to help manage the growth of students, according to Texas State University System records.

Houstonianonline
11/14/2013
Students at SHSU may witness discrimination but don't report it, study shows

Associate Editor Kassidy Turnpaugh | The Houstonian Walking around the Sam Houston State University campus at night, you turn and see three guys beating up a man of a different ethnicity and yelling racial slurs at them. You have two nonviolent options. Report it or walk away and do nothing.

Houstonianonline
Spirit programs seek Sammy the Bearkat replacements

Associate News Editor Photo provided by Sammy's Facebook Two graduating Sammys sat down with the Houstonian and gave advice to students trying out to be Sammy on April 23 at noon in Academic Building III Zane Thrift and Jackson Mayes are two of the five Sammy the Bearkats, and two of the three graduating this year.

Houstonianonline
SHSU denied Legislative bonds for new buildings

Associate Editor Several departments on campus have to reevaluate growth plans because the Texas Legislature failed to pass tuition revenue bonds. Agriculture and engineering, art, and the nursing departments were in line to get new buildings by 2015 to help manage the growth of students, according to Texas State University System records.

Houstonianonline
11/06/2013
SHSU University Hotel making adjustments after alarming fire report

Associate Editor The Sam Houston State University Hotel has fixed several fire hazards and are in the process of tending to the rest after they were discovered in a State Fire Marshal audit in February, according to Steve Shields, Director of Environmental Health, Safety, and Risk Management.

Houstonianonline
SHSU professor receives award for class interactivity

We've all had that class where students walk in, open up their laptops, and trudge their way through an endless PowerPoint slide. One political science professor's interactive lectures keep students away from constantly checking Facebook and Twitter. Stacy Ulbig, Ph.D., was announced as the recipient of the "Excellence in Teaching" award for 2011.