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Burning lips, watery eyes, plenty of beer and an abundant amount of family fun took place April 6 at the 24th annual UHCL Chili Cook-Off.
Arriving in true VIP fashion, with a police escort and surrounded by UHCL “secret service,” the university’s new mascot, the Hawk, made its grand debut at the 24th annual Chili Cook-Off held April 6.
Colorful costumes, vivacious music and energetic performances made for a spectacular production held at the University of Houston-Clear Lake March 23. Cultural Extravaganza, an annual event sponsored by Intercultural and International Student Services (IISS), entertained students, faculty and staff with performances that displayed the diverse group of cultures represented at UHCL.
It is Tuesday morning and someone on campus loves bondage sex so much that he or she is scared by it. No need for alarm, sex usually dominates the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Facebook confessions page.
It was not Christmas, Halloween, Saint Patrick’s Day or even Mardi Gras, but zombies and fairies moved through the crowd.
Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre brings characters from the classic pages of Dr. Seuss’ readers’ all-time favorite books to the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Bayou Theater in four special performances of “Seussical” April 12-14.
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.
The International Space Station is approximately 200 miles away from earth. It’s crew members sacrifice their families, friends and comforts of home for the advancement of humankind.
A lot of things change when you accept the fact that you are going to die. We had less than two hours to go before we could head home for the night.
In a landscape speckled with drilling rigs, Houston is known for its oil production. Digging a little deeper, UHCL art students found the geology of the area to be as rich a form of inspiration as the oil itself.