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The amount of trivial decisions we are faced with each day is unreal and can sometimes make significant decisions seem overwhelming.
Reminder: Join UHCL Team for Women Build Walk Sunday, March 25, 2:30 to 5:30 pm
UHCL Faculty and Staff: Chili Cook Off Volunteers Needed
Sleeping in has always played a major role in my weekends.
Julie Smith with Women’s Services housed in the Office of Intercultural and International Student Services is currently looking into the possibility of having onsite childcare at UHCL.
Vagina. A word that is often shunned in our culture has now become an integral part of a message conveyed to audiences worldwide. On Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18, UHCL will host a stirring performance of “The Vagina Monologues” in Bayou Theater at 8 p.m. Julie Smith, Coordinator of Women’s and LGBT [...]
When a semester ends a new one is set to begin, which means new students and New Student Orientation. The Student Life Office holds Orientation each semester to help new UHCL students find their way around campus, and learn more about on-campus organizations.
The Student Life Office counts on students to volunteer as Orientation Leaders to help make Orientation a success.
The new popularity of an old tradition is being offered at discounted prices to UHCL students.
Hookahtown.com sells hookahs, shisha, charcoal and hookah accessories. The website is now offering UHCL students a discounts up to 20 percent off. When checking out at the Hookah Town website students can enter in the coupon code TheSignalRocks (case-sensitive) to receive ten percent off. In addition students can also have another ten percent taken off their order by using their UHCL email address.
Remember getting your box of chalk out on a sunny day and drawing all over the driveway when you were a kid. Well imagine a whole city drawing on the streets of Houston all for charity. Via Colori is an annual festival taking place from Saturday Nov. 19 to Nov. 20 at Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston. The festival features live music and art for people of all ages, and admission is free.
New to the popular Houston festival this year is the Via Colori Street Scene. This festival within a festival takes place on Sunday at 4 p.m. and attendees can stroll through the festival and listen to music while sampling beer, wine and food from Carrabba’s. There will also be a festival-wide scavenger hunt allowing participants of the Street Scene to compete for prizes. Admission is $20 and all the proceeds go to The Center for Hearing and Speech, who puts on the festival every year.
UHCL will have a boot camp offered 6 – 8 p.m. on Friday Nov. 18 and 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday Nov. 19 in the Garden Room at UHCL, but don’t worry combat boots are optional.
UHCL’s Women’s Studies Students Association is offering a new type of boot camp for activists on campus. WSSA’s Feminist Boot Camp offers everyone (students and non-students) the chance to network with fellow activists, non-profit and feminist organizations.