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Most college students know that you can find anything you might need on Amazon. Whether it’s phone chargers or textbooks, Amazon can send it right to your door. But it can be difficult to know if you’re getting the best deal. Here are three ways to help you save an extra buck on Amazon.com. Use Your Student Email If...

October is LGBTQ history month, and while there are many defining moments from previous decades, it’s important to remember that the community is still facing hardships. Some events that have defined the movement’s current goals are as follows:   March 23, 2016: North Carolina Passes Anti-Trans Bathroom Bill Under...

As commuters, we all know the trek from our homes to school can be a long one. Especially if you, like me, commute from Cinco Ranch a solid 40 minute drive from UH sans traffic. Through my two and a half years as a commuter, I have curated a list of items I highly encourage you keep in your car. Umbrella/Rain boots We...

  This week The Freshmen Series crew talked about ‘first week’ issues such as making friends, joining clubs and getting to know your professors. Safety Some important things to take note of when it comes to staying safe on campus. UH Police Number: 713-743-3333 This also for a security escort and to report...

It’s much easier to react to the effects of something than to address an ominous trend, and when it comes to climate change, we’re much more willing to clean up the mess than talk about why it’s happening. This has been proven in recent months after the onslaught of multiple natural disasters worldwide and the...

Unlike most major universities in the South, Greek Life and sorority recruitment at the University of Houston is a small and close knit community which accounts for a small percent of UH’s student population. My freshman year of college I decided I would go through fall recruitment knowing little to nothing about...

Seasons in Houston are a controversial issue, and while Trader Joe’s has already started to stock their pumpkin-spice everything, temperatures are sitting comfortably around 90 degrees. All that I can think of is evenings wrapped in a blanket consuming warm things, but it’s far more likely to rain than for my yearly...

On behalf of Cooglife and CoogRadio, I want to welcome all freshmen to a new semester at the University of Houston. I want to start off by introducing myself. I go by the name “Rue.” I am a senior, and I am majoring in media production. My first two years of college were not what I expected them to be. I had my fun,...

As it stands, millennial minimalism is not sustainable, so we need to stop pretending that it is. I plan to use the term “millennial minimalism” to loosely refer to the recent shift in consumerism, where millennials in particular, along with Generation Y, have supposedly ceased consuming the same disposable products...

I still remember my first phone. My parents made me wait until high school to get one, so I barely missed out on the experience of having a flip phone. Instead, I had an HTC Rhyme, a purple smartphone marketed toward women whose most noteworthy feature was the charm it came with that you could plug into your headphone...