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It has become clear in the past weeks that "Black Panther" is one of the most loved films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). From its stellar cast, great writing, phenomenal sets and design, as well as the usual action necessary for a Marvel film, the film has proven to be one of the early highlights of 2018. But as many have noticed, the film…Read More...
As a black American in college, having had more years of wisdom and time to evaluate this month I proudly embrace, I think it’s time to show a new angle from which to approach the longevity of Black History Month.
Having now released five albums, Justin Timberlake proves that he still has the artistic skill he has put into his previous albums, as well as still knowing how to create great work as he reaches forty. But like all great art, even the…
Associate Professor of Political Science William T. Hoston published his second children’s book "The Magic Beard" in early October.
Despite all the scandals, society still finds itself listening, watching, admiring and continuing to give these artists sureties that fans will continue to watch regardless of the actor's personal life.
Turning Point USA is one of the newest UHCL organizations, and one of the campus' conservative organizations.
The Texas New Music Ensemble (TNME) performed at UHCL’s Bayou Theater Saturday Oct. 21. The performance consisted of five newly commissioned works by local composers in Houston. The concert included duos, trios and quartets featuring many…
"Blade Runner 2049" has proven itself to be one of the best science-fiction films of 2017, as well as one of the year’s best films in general. This well-crafted sequel to the original 1982 film "Blade Runner" delivers to both old and new…
Most colleges promise new students exposure to new worlds, new people and new ideas, both in and out of the classroom. Well, what better way to be exposed to such things outside of class than going to a Fresher’s Party?