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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...

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...

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,...

Perhaps one of the only financial silver linings of being a college student is the heaps of student discounts you can get with just a flash of your student ID (or that student email you were given ages ago that you really should’ve remembered). When it seems like almost every retailer is going to give you some sort of...

Starting off the semester on the right track can be difficult for everyone — especially in lieu of a major hurricane. But here are some tips to keep you on track for the duration of the semester. Be Self Aware Self-Awareness is key when it comes to a successful school year. Realizing what you are and are not good at...

Within moments of sitting down with Chris Pinto, it’s easy to see why he was voted Best Student Leader and Best Resident Adviser. With an easy smile and charisma galore, he’s one of the rare few capable of immediately putting a person at ease. Mere minutes into the interview, I am willing to follow the guy into...

As college students, I assume most of us are relatively well-versed in the art of finding a professor via ratemyprofessor.com. For those unfamiliar with the site, Rate My Professor is a database of most college professors where students anonymously rate them on a variety of criteria. Unsurprisingly, most of the...

The library, infamously associated with all-nighters and studying, can often feel overcrowded. While libraries are full of resources for you to use, just getting out of your room and leaving your personal distractions behind can be helpful. Luckily, UH has a variety of different environments that suit serious...