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Chances are your English literature classes made you read novels focused on heterosexual white characters, and I’m here to tell you that you’ve been missing out. After taking a gay and lesbian literature class in college, I learned that there’s more to life than plain Janes and Christophers. Here are my three favorite...

I hope you all have been saving up money, because convention season is approaching in Houston. An easy way to check what events will be happening around town is either through Eventbrite, or George R. Brown Convention Center.  Both websites provide information on dates, times and location for multiple events happening...

With New Orleans hailed as the Mardi Gras haven and being less than six hours down the road from Houston, is it worth it to “settle” for the Mardi Gras Galveston festival just one hour outside of town? If affordable and convenient is your approach to celebrating next season, as is the case with many students across...

Whether you’re deeply, irrevocably, unabashedly in love, or completely convinced that Valentine’s Day is a scam created by greeting card companies, you’ll find something on this list to cater to your Valentine’s Day movie-watching needs. A Walk to Remember (2002) Based on the Nicholas Sparks novel, A Walk to...

When an Islamic terrorist opened fire in a high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris in August 2015, three American friends were able to overpower the attacker and save hundreds of lives. It’s 2018 and with high hopes, Clint Eastwood finally released his direction of the story. Surprisingly, Eastwood cast the three...

On Friday night, Phoebe Bridgers entered the Upstairs Room of White Oak Music Hall around 10 p.m. and performed for one of the larger crowds to grace an Upstairs Room in some time. It was amazing to see the diverse group of people that flocked to embrace the melancholic singer-songwriter’s haunting lyrics and subtle...

This era of social media has taken over our lives quite literally – and we are loving it. There is not a moment in the day when my friends, family or myself are not checking our social media platforms. But when I’m eating food that just looks so aesthetically pleasing, or go to a cute coffee shop I have to take a...

In September of last year, Phoebe Bridgers graced the ears of listeners with the release of “Stranger in the Alps” – her debut album. Nearly six months have passed since the album’s release, but Bridgers has managed to remain a topic of conversation around the music industry’s water-cooler. How? “Stranger in the Alps”...

I remember watching “Jumanji” like any other childhood memory. The 1995 original provided a sense of adventure and excitement that was desirable for kids and adults alike. It didn’t take long for “Jumanji” to claim its title and earn its place in the hearts of many. In the original movie it was clear that was clear that...

Josh Abbott and William Clark Green performed an almost-unplugged set at House of Blues on Feb. 1. They set the stage with a fake fire, a row of lawn chairs lining the back of the set, and several ice chests full of cold (free) beer. Green and Abbott took turns playing personal and fan favorites. Audience members were...