Contributed by Bethany Cook, freshman
Contributed by Chandler Barton, graduate student & teaching assistant, Department of Liberal Arts
Amira Bennison’s The Great Caliphs does wonders to shatter the stereotypes and assertions of an ever-increasing Islamophobic revisionist agenda that claims the ancient Islamic world was one of unceasing expansion and war against the…
Poverty can be condensed vastly if Texas paid its workers more; out of every state, Texas has more workers earning minimum wage than any other state.
The arduous process of cleaning up damage left from Hurricane Harvey is slowly starting in affected areas of Texas including the city of Houston.
These are not the first controversial tweets to come from Trump’s Twitter account and it will not be the last by a long shot. We are still in the first year of his presidency. He has proven repeatedly that he has no intention of apologizing…
Contributed by Kaia Flowers, history major with social studies 7-12 certification
Contributed by: Keith Daniels, UHCL ILL Associate
Just several days after International Workers Day or May Day as it’s called and it seems that the labor unions are running full speed ahead. It was also a few weeks ago the Texas State…
Contributed by Mehrtosh Keivan, pre-health major