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Students Promote the Houston Sustainability Program JASMINE GASCAR THE SIGNAL Graduate and undergraduate students in Michael Brims’ video production classes are partnering with graduate students from Kathleen Garland’s seminar in sustainability class to create informational and promotional videos in support of a city of Houston sustainability project of their choice. “Sustainability is based on a […]
SAM SAVELL THE SIGNAL Houston, the fourth-largest city in America, and my hometown, is a city designed for progression. Just like the freeways that run through it, the city is always making changes in the name of improvement. I’ve always felt that Houston only grows in what […]
The Signal reporter Graham Clifford examines food trucks in Houston in this slideshow, as food trucks are making their way onto campus at UHCL and students hope they are here to stay.
On the surface, the Keystone XL Pipeline seems like a beneficial proposal.
At age 10, Maria’s family was promised a job, education and better life for their daughter in Houston. Little did they know that it was the beginning of a dangerous scam lasting more than eight years.
Thrill riders rejoice; one day Houston may get another theme park. It has been eight years since Six Flags AstroWorld closed its doors and left the greater Houston area without a theme park.
Houston Health Department reported cases of infectious syphilis doubling in the first half of 2012.
Home to more than 2 million people, 628 square miles of living space and holding the nicknames “Space City” and “The Big Heart,” Forbes magazine published an article ranking Houston number 20 on a list of the happiest cities for young professionals.