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Byline: Ana Gonzalez

Resumes are a big part of the hiring process. They display your life when it comes to academics and work experience. People want to give a good impression, but sometimes don’t know how to tailor their resume. This can result in employers passing up a good candidate because their resume may not have been what they were...

It may happen that occasionally (or maybe all the time) you have work to do, but for whatever reason you leave it until the last minute. You told yourself “no more procrastination,” that this will be the last time. Yet, here you are again. If you want to break this bad habit and get a little more productive, you should...

Working out and staying fit for a college student can be hard. Even though your student fees cover the Rec Center, you may find that you don’t have time or desire to go after a long a day of classes. So, if you still want to exercise a bit, you can use some things you have in your house or dorm. Below are five ideas...

Most students at the University of Houston don’t live on campus. In fact, around 85 percent commute every day to get to campus. I am in that 85 percent and I have been commuting for the last three years. Although I don’t mind commuting, it does have its pros and cons. One of the good things is that I don’t have to...

If you are about to graduate this year and already have the aftermath planned out, congrats! However, if you still have a feeling of uncertainty about what to do after graduation, you shouldn’t worry. There are a lot of options near and far from home for you to choose from, or not. Either way, here are a few...

Graduation is just around the corner for thousands of seniors nationwide. Some of them may find a job by then, but others will have to look extensively. If they don’t find a job in their city they will explore other cities, but what are the best cities for recent college graduates? Below is a list from some of the...

As the year starts and the Grammy’s just passed by, it’s time to check out what may be new in music this year. From rock to pop, there is something in store for everybody. Whether you’re waiting for albums from your favorite artists, or just looking out for what’ll hit the charts next, here’s a list for...

The year has just begun, and for most students so has another semester. While college can be stressful, it’s important to remember to take a break and have fun. Houston has tons of things to do, so there is not an excuse to not go out there. If you are new to the city or know it by heart, there are still endless...

A handcrafted Raggedy Ann Doll was what Diane Hendricks gave to her husband Bill Hendricks. She told him to deliver the doll to an organization that could give it to a child in need on Christmas day. Her husband couldn’t find a place that provided this service. That is when he decided that he would fulfill that...

For more stories like this, please check out our fashion issue, online today! If you have any old clothes, you’re probably thinking about throwing them away. But, have you ever thought your clothes could be recycled? That is the idea behind American Rags, a Houston business that started 30 years ago. Located in...