- INTERACTIVE INFOGRAPHIC: Know your rights under Title IX
- When denied their primary target, do terrorists strike elsewhere?
- UHCL author’s books teach teachers critical-thinking skills
- UHCL Autism Speaker Series October presentation
- Disability Awareness Month upcoming events
- CEU opportunity with ‘Abuse in Later Life’ seminar
- Campus Activities Board’s Fall Festival welcomes the season
- REVIEW: ‘Beatriz at Dinner’ was delicious
- Bayou Arts City Festival takes over downtown Houston
- First impressions of the Indian Student Association’s Fresher’s Party
The Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness is hosting general information sessions regarding the new department beginning Thursday, Oct. 12 through the spring 2018 semester.Read More...
The 2017 Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival took place Sept. 29-30 at the Nassau Bay Hilton. The winners of the 19th annual awards were announced at the Awards and Dinner Presentation Gala at Lakewood Yacht Club.
Students returning from summer vacation or new to the UHCL campus may be curious about the construction of the new buildings next to the Student Services and Classroom Building (SSCB).
As of Sept. 1, a statewide law went into effect banning texting while driving.
Houston METRO’s El Dorado Park and Ride site opened Aug. 28 at 203 W El Dorado Blvd in Friendswood, Texas. METRO’s newest location provides commuters on the southern boundary of Houston a second venue for direct routes to downtown.
President Donald Trump announced his decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, an executive order created by former President Obama, that protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.…
Since 2012, hundreds of thousands of DACA recipients have had deportation relief under the DACA program. In the infographic, the number of Dreamers in the United States is broken down by country origin and state and county residence.
During the weeks that follow Hurricane Harvey, and for some time to come, the people of Houston and surrounding areas will need relief. For those who want to help, it can be hard to figure out how their time, money and efforts would be best…
Houston City Council Member Dave Martin advises residents of hurricane preparedness, storm damage, flash board gates and upcoming alerts.
With Weather System Harvey expected to redevelop, potentially impacting the Texas Gulf Coast and Louisiana, the American Red Cross is encouraging local residents to start getting prepared now. Ways to do this include: