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Suzette Ortiz The Signal Another semester is coming to an end and with commencement around the corner, Dec. 15, graduation celebrations are soon to begin. UHCL has always found a way to celebrate its students’ accomplishments including hosting events every semester in honor of its graduates. This semester, what was formerly known as the […]
I didn’t vote. Did you? I have my reasons for not voting.
Sean Wesley The Signal Every Veteran’s Day, the United States honors its patriots. As we enter this time of thanksgiving, let us remember the true essence of the day to pay tribute to our nation’s heroes. World War I, known as “The Great War” at the time, ended June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of […]
Halloween is the one time of year where you can be anything you want to be, or in some cases, something you would not ever want to be. There are always the classic costumes. You have your princesses, your monsters, super heroes and nerds, but some choose to go with “trendier” subjects for their costumes.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1991 to deliver life-saving information to women. Every year people sport pink in support of finding a cure and help bring awareness.
Rachael Devinney The Signal This year marks the 12th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Americans have not forgotten, but have we lost sight of what it means to remember? AT&T tweeted a photo of a smartphone taking a photo of the Tribute of Light. In what they […]
It’s no secret among students that there’s a different culture at UHCL than there is at most universities.
Malori Bizzell The Signal Apple, Blanket and North are unique names that celebrities have given to their children. These names will stick with them forever and will help shape who they become. In the same way, we have the power to name our mascot this week and contribute to his personality. As the face of […]
On the eve of the 12-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, President Obama addressed the nation about the possibility of a military strike on Syria. Starting at 9 p.m., it was almost exactly 12 hours before the anniversary of the crash into the first tower.