• Piefeature

    CASSA ‘throws’ new event to benefit Houston homeless

    The Cross-Cultural, Anthropology, Sociology Student Association (CASSA) is looking to lend a hand to those in need through its Backpacks for the Homeless Project.
  • What triggers homelessness in Houston

    Infographic: What triggers homelessness?

    The Cross-Cultural, Anthropology, Sociology Student Association (CASSA) held a "pieing" Dec. 3 where raffle ticket holders had the opportunity to throw pies at several UHCL faculty and staff members, as well as one of CASSA's officers. The raffle ticket sales for the "Pies for Supplies" event benefited the organization's Backpacks for the Homeless project, which CASSA started last year in an effort to help members of Houston's homeless population. The Signal reporter Maegan Hufstetler took a look at what the main triggers for homelessness is in Houston.
  • Christine Houston and Mari Martinez. Photos courtesy of Houston and Martinez.

    School of Education students named exceptional teacher candidates

    The Texas Quest for Quality Project named University of Houston-Clear Lake School of Education (SOE) students Christine Houston and Mari Martinez Exceptional Teacher Candidates for spring 2014.
  • Stuart Larson being introduced to present his brown bag lunch series Photo courtesy: Starae Peacock

    UHCL art faculty showcase work in exhibition

    The UHCL 2014 Faculty Art Exhibition features the works of five art faculty members. Participating in this exhibition are: Sandria Hu, painting and printmaking; Stuart Larson, digital media; Matthew Linton, photography; Jason Makepeace, sculpture; and retiree Nick de Vries, ceramics.
  • NFL painkillers abuse Graphic created by Maegan Hufstetler

    Surprise DEA investigation launched against NFL

    The National Football League (NFL) is under investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for the inappropriate distribution of painkillers by NFL teams.
  • Derrell Means and Harry Glass explain the parking situation. Photo by The Signal reporter Anna Wright

    UHCL, we still have a parking situation

    UHCL students and administrators assembled Nov. 11 for a town hall meeting to air their grievances to the Parking Management Department (PMD).
  • Catalogue changes may delay graduation for some seniors. Illustration by Chad Johnson.

    Catalogue changes create negative domino effects for seniors

    UHCL’s 2014 downward expansion allowed admittance of the first freshmen and sophomore classes in the university’s history, and with it brought changes to the course catalogue that have created problems for students attempting to graduate.
  • Silent Sentinels picketing the White House

    Banning the ‘F’ word

    This month Time magazine featured an online poll asking readers which word should be banned in 2015. Words such as “bae,” “turnt” and “yaaass” were included on the 15-word list, but “feminist” was the word that had the most votes.
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Bayousphere Fall 2011 The Signal Relay Volume 3

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