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The world-renowned sport of Formula 1 is filled with thrillers and classics, ranging from the brightly-lit streets of Singapore to the historic circuit of Silverstone, UK. None, however, meet the prestige of the Monaco Grand Prix, a street circuit surrounded by rich history, sparkling blue water dotted with...

The pursuit of beauty is an internal part of the human experience, influencing our choices in areas such as living spaces, fashion, art, print, design and psychology. Central to this quest is the role of color – a fundamental element that has captivated scientists, philosophers and creative professionals throughout...

Photo courtesy: UH NSM Upon arriving at college, it’s challenging to determine which extracurricular activities to engage in beyond the traditional classroom. Regardless of major and academic interests, astronomy is a subject most are familiar with through science classes, the solar eclipse events, space shuttle...

Tennis. A sport known for the player’s backstory, their upbringing, what brought them to the sport and the adversity they’ve experienced within it. There is a suspenseful fire and intensity within the overlooked game. So many emotions from inside and outside the court. We’re brought to understand the erotic...

Graphic by: Jose Gonzalez-Campelo The University of Houston has never been a complete institution without its iconic symbols, including the mighty cougar Shasta. Since the beginning, UH has been associated with the cougar, accompanying students throughout their journey to graduation, sports teams as they seek to...

With the release of Taylor Swift’s most recent album “The Tortured Poets Department” as well as the surprise drop of a second half to the album hours later “The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology,” there are many songs to dissect, analyze and play on repeat. Thirty-one songs to be exact. While opinions on the...

All photos by: Oscar Herrera There’s a flash of scarlet red and white streaking across the field at TDECU Stadium, or lighting up the hardwood at the Fertitta Center, and it’s not one of the UH cheerleaders. It’s Alexis Tanner, the University’s talented feature twirler, captivating crowds with her energetic...

Graphic by: Maya Palavali At some point in our lives, we’ve all been asked, “Where do you see yourself in the next five years?” The answer we most often hear is graduating college and then getting a sufficient job. But is that the only answer there is? Most certainly not!  Believe it or not, there are many...

Photo by: Angelina Contreras Diego Arriaga, sophomore biochemistry major turned Student Government Administration President is ready to take on the University of Houston’s 61st student government term. Arriaga discussed his journey to becoming SGA president and hinted at his plans for this coming school...

When many people think of travel, the vision in their minds is lots of dollar signs burning up the moment you hit “confirm purchase” on a plane ticket. The truth is, traveling is a luxury, but it does not have to completely break the bank. As college students, everything you do is on a budget. Eating out, shopping...