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The photograph is haunting. A young girl lies on the floor with her face turned one way and her knee pointing the other.
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.
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.
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.
No entity engenders discussion as readily as the hallowed halls of college campuses. The digital age has blurred the line between where the classroom begins and ends and has even challenged previously unassailable convictions.
You are sitting in class and hear gun shots. You grab your new 9 mm pistol from your backpack and enter the hallway.
With the freedom of college life often comes students’ first exposure to the grown-up world of independent finance, with one commonality – student loan debt.
Value of sex education classes in Texas high schools questioned by staff The current rise in syphilis outbreaks, especially amongst college students, raises serious questions as to whether or not students have taken anything from the awkward and sometimes scary sex education classes we were forced to sit through in our younger years. Just like […]
Here it comes – graduation. Was all the struggle worth obtaining that degree? Were the sleepless nights and the repetitive bowls of Ramen noodles worth all the hassle?