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Microsoft has recently made available Internet Explorer (IE) 10 for Windows 7. IE 10 is showing up as an optional download for home users of Windows 7 and is installed on many new computers running Windows 8.
Join PASA for celebration OLYMPIC proportion! Thursday, March 15 Bayou Building| Atrium II Enjoy breakfast and some friendly competition between Academic Affairs and Administration & Finance. MORE DETAILS TO COME. . .
This year’s Gulf Coast Film Festival was full of action! The film festival showcased winners from last year’s independent film contest. There were also plenty of events and guests were able to meet and interact with this year’s special guest, film and TV star Marsha Mason. Mason believes in the power of independent film makers. “It is where all great creativity is […]
Join the Intercultural and International Student Services (IISS) Office in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month 2011 with a film screening of In the Time of Butterflies. The film screening, followed by a discussion led by guest speaker Charlotte Haney, will take place Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. in the SSCB lecture hall. The film follows […]
Looking for local community service opportunities? If so, then look no further! The UHCL Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLICE) program is hosting its second annual Community Service Fair Monday, Sept. 19 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Bayou Atrium I. All university students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to visit the Community […]
David Rachita, interim dean of students Check out the upcoming issue of The Signal out Sept. 13 to learn about the resignation of Anthony Jenkins and meet David Rachita who is serving as the interim dean of students.
Hilary Jo Karp, chairwoman of the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s psychology and fitness and human performance division, associate professor of psychology and revered faculty member, will be remembered for her profound impact on the lives of her students, colleagues and friends.
Every semester, the Intercultural and International Student Services have offered information to students and the community to educate and expose certain details of society which are generally unspoken.
The unabridged evolution theory and the concept of intelligent design will be incorporated in Texas public schools curriculums beginning in 2010.
H1N1 influenza, commonly known as swine flu, is quickly becoming a very prevalent issue of conversation.