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The Board of Regents meetings in May will give faculty, staff and students a look into how big the changes of downward expansion will be financially and how far those attending UHCL will have to dig into their pockets in the upcoming academic year.
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 annual San Jacinto Day Festival and Battle Reenactment celebrated the 177th anniversary of Texas independence from Mexico April 20 at the San Jacinto Battleground in LaPorte, Texas.
UHCL is recognized by the Environmental Institute of Houston for having an environmentally friendly campus and protecting the nature and wildlife inhabiting it.
The 19th Annual Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts took place April 16-19 on the UHCL campus with participating students presenting professional-quality research in a variety of formats.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake and Clear Creek Independent School District have established a partnership to gather a group of game developers, one child at a time.
Kim Jong-un, supreme leader of North Korea, made a nuclear threat to the U.S. Jan. 24, stating he plans to launch missiles in the near future. One of the cities targeted is Austin, Texas.
Kristopher Sharp, social work major at University of Houston-Downtown, has found himself in the middle of a smear campaign.
In order to better serve the growing campus, the University of Houston-Clear Lake food committee and Aramark, the company that runs the Patio Café, are making some changes to the food services offered on campus.
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.