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That cyclic request that induces intense pondering and deliberation that we know as the budget proposal is once again upon the UH System Board of Regents.
In March, when I first heard of the University of Houston-Downtown student who had his personal medical information stolen revealing his HIV status on flyers posted on campus, I was outraged.
Right outside the lab is, or should I say was, a student break room with tables, vending machines, and a microwave. This room has been taken away for what I understand is going to be a storage area.
James Hilton’s Goodbye, Mr. Chips was a nostalgic recollection of a dedicated and inspiring teacher. The new “Mr. Chips” is a computer. With online classes now often replacing traditional face-to-face classes, and the live professor disappearing behind a computer screen, we have to ask once again, what is the purpose of a university, and will online learning promote or frustrate that purpose?
The North Korean threats against the United States are hitting close to home. One of the latest threats from North Korea is to Houston’s neighbor and state capital, Austin.
Fliers circulated around the University of Houston-Downtown campus portraying a photo of student Kristopher Sharp with an oversized ‘X’ crossed over him and the words “WANT AIDS?” and “DON’T SUPPORT THE Isaac and Kris HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA.”
I never thought I’d be on the receiving end of a “coming out” conversation. I definitely didn’t think that it would be coming from my wife.
Politicians use deplorable tactics to oust each other from office, while ignoring the implications that their political immaturity is having on our economy – namely, sequestration.
On the surface, the Keystone XL Pipeline seems like a beneficial proposal.