The Alpine Avalanche, July 13, 2006
Three students at Sul Ross State University learned a different twist to being a “Lobo” this summer when they spent four weeks at the “Wolf Den.”
Ashley Baker, Alpine; Jessie Nowak, Granbury; and Dawnella Petrey, Miles, enrolled in the summer session of Archaeology Field School, […]
The Odessa American, August 11, 2006
ALPINE – Project archaeologists William “Andy” Cloud and John Seebach recently joined other professionals during a career-night presentation at Kokernot Lodge.
More than 30 seventh-grade students from Pecos and Balmorhea shuffled from table to table, where various professionals from a lawyer to an information-technology specialist […]
The Sul Ross Skyline, September 4, 2008
Retirement for Robert J. Mallouf merely means shifting priorities.
Mallouf, director of the Center for Big Bend Studies at Sul Ross State University since 1995, stepped down from his position Aug. 31. He plans to spend more time with his son, Parker, and publish his […]
The Sul Ross Skyline, November 13, 2008
For 15 years, the annual Center for Big Bend Studies (CBBS) Conference has expanded the knowledge base of history, culture and archaeology of the Trans Pecos Region of Texas and Mexico.
Over 150 persons attended this year’s conference, held Friday-Saturday (Nov. 7-8) at Sul Ross […]
CBBS Press Release, September 18, 2009
The Center for Big Bend Studies at Sul Ross State University hosted “An Afternoon of Archaeology” at the MacGuire Ranch Sept. 12.
The event was a fundraiser to benefit the Center’s Trans-Pecos Archaeological Program (TAP). The program is a large-scale effort to compile the archaeology of […]
The Big Bend Sentinel, November 19, 2009
ALPINE – More than 30 speakers are scheduled to discuss aspects of research during the 16th annual Center for Big Bend Studies conference on Friday and Saturday at Sul Ross State University.
The two-day conference, to be held in the Morgan University […]
Groundwater War! Law, Politics, and the Texas Rule of Capture
CBBS Press Release, January 21, 2010
ALPINE, TX — Groundwater provides more than sixty percent of Texas’ water needs. Unlike surface water, which can be managed for the general public interest through applicable laws, groundwater is controlled by the controversial “rule of […]