Contributed by Cloe Voebel The risk of suicide has always been an issue that I hold personal relations with. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States (2017). Although efforts among society as well as my own for suicide prevention has been persistent, the rates of…Read More...
Letters to the Editor
Contributed by Mehrtosh Keivan, pre-health major
Contributed by YaVonne Bourbeau, art and design major
As many UHCL community already know, the Texas legislature passed a law known as “campus carry” that will require all state universities to allow licensed concealed handguns on campus beginning August 1, 2016.
Editorial about the confederate flag overlooked one essential point and fudged another. The overlooked point is whose speech the flag on a public space is.
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…
On his first day on the job as the elected representative of our 36th district, Congressman Steve Stockman, a UHCL alumnus, introduced legislation to repeal gun free school zones (Houston Chronicle: 1/20/13).
On Monday, 3 December a group from Dr. Charlotte Haney’s anthropology class conducted a gender identity initiative where various students and faculty were asked to provide their thoughts on gender. They were given open license and allowed…