Photo: A group of clowns pose with fake weapons. Photo courtesy of: Gaudencio Garcinuño, Flickr

Clown chaos comes to Houston

Creepy clowns have been popping up across the U.S. for the past two months. The clowns have tried to lure women and children, chased people with weapons and sent threat messages online.


  • The Office of Financial Aid dressed as "The Villains" from 2015 Spooktacular costume party. Photo courtesy of the Office of the President.

    Spirited events on campus

    Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate Halloween than with some spooky and fun events that are happening on campus. UHCL has kicked off its Halloween festivities early and will continue throughout the month.
  • Photo: Scammers target UHCL students. Photo courtesy of

    Scammers target UHCL students

    In recent weeks, UHCL international students have been targeted by scam artists who are attempting to scare them into handing over thousands of dollars with threats of deportation, jail time and immediate arrests.



  • Photo: Killer clown cosplayer. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

    EDITORIAL: Stop clowning around

    Most people are scared to walk around at night because they have heard stories of others who have been robbed, shot, raped, or attacked by an animal. Recently, people are afraid to leave their houses, not out of fear of this list, but in fear of killer clowns.
  • Image: The Signal Reporter Kerry Kiehl. Staff Photo.

    Learning to adult at 33

    I did whatever I could to make sure I had alcohol because my only relief from the past that I destroyed, the present which was garbage and the future I did not have was to seek oblivion using alcohol or anything else.