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Sawdust Magazine
Winter 2020 Issue

 

Mentor, Purple Santa and BBQ Boss
Two-time alumnus excels in all endeavors

Saville Harris

Saville Harris '10 & '13

  • SFA's Young Conservatives of Texas and volunteers place 2,977 American flags — one for each person who died during the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001 — outside the McKibben Education Building to commemorate the 19th anniversary. Photo by Robin Johnson

    SFA's Young Conservatives of Texas and volunteers place 2,977 American flags — one for each person who died during the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001 — outside the McKibben Education Building to commemorate the 19th anniversary.
    Photo by Robin Johnson

  • SFA graduate student Kaleth Salazar and Megan Carswell, senior mass communication student, titrate an acid with a strong base under the direction of Dr. Kefa Onchoke, professor of chemistry, while maintaining physical distancing protocols. Photo by Hardy Meredith

    SFA graduate student Kaleth Salazar and Megan Carswell, senior mass communication student, titrate an acid with a strong base under the direction of Dr. Kefa Onchoke, professor of chemistry, while maintaining physical distancing protocols.
    Photo by Hardy Meredith

  • Music students, including graduate student Taylor Davis, practice outdoors underneath a tent to help ensure appropriate physical distancing. Photo by Robin Johnson

    Music students, including graduate student Taylor Davis, practice outdoors underneath a tent to help ensure appropriate physical distancing.
    Photo by Robin Johnson

  • Madison Teale, a senior interior design major, uses a new study unit called an ecopod. The units are located in the Steen Library and equipped with electricity and USB outlets. Photo by Robin Johnson

    Madison Teale, a senior interior design major, uses a new study unit called an ecopod. The units are located in the Steen Library and equipped with electricity and USB outlets.
    Photo by Robin Johnson

  • Students visit on the balcony overlooking the Baker Pattillo Student Center Plaza. Face coverings are required to be worn in public areas inside buildings and outside when maintaining a physical distance of at least 6 feet is not possible. Photo by Hardy Meredith

    Students visit on the balcony overlooking the Baker Pattillo Student Center Plaza. Face coverings are required to be worn in public areas inside buildings and outside when maintaining a physical distance of at least 6 feet is not possible.
    Photo by Hardy Meredith

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