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Whether it’s an apartment or dorm, there are plenty of options for students to live on campus. Doesn’t matter your classification, cultural background or personal interests, there is somewhere to live for everyone. Here are the 10 on-campus living options. DORMS Cougar Village 1 &...

You are closer to everything Living on campus means you are closer to all classes and university facilities. You don’t have to wake up at 7 a.m. for a 10 a.m. class and drive from home to college amidst all the road traffic. You can get a good sleep, wake up late and still won’t be late for classes — isn’t it awesome?...

Most commuters at the University of Houston, and possibly any university, tend to live double-lives; one here on campus and one at home.  Also, for most commuters, that other life tends to include a job that is fifteen minutes to an hour away from campus.  Balancing two lives, on campus and off, already comes with...

For more stories like this, please check out our fashion issue, online today! While all eyes are usually on the various fashion weeks of the world, the students at UH use the campus as their own personal catwalk daily. From vintage to classic, there is an array of personal style displayed on campus grounds. Featured...

Director Zhang Yimou’s latest film is a monster film set in China during the Song dynasty “The Great Wall” tells the story of a warrior (Matt Damon) who is confined within the legendary Great Wall. While being held captive, Damon’s character learns the secrecy that lies behind one of the biggest spectacles of the...

Director Chad Stahelski’s latest film is a neo-noir action-thriller sequel to 2014’s “John Wick.” “John Wick: Chapter 2” continues the story of the legendary assassin. In this installment, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is required to leave retirement and return to his hitman lifestyle by a previous acquaintance. This former...

Imagine you’re running late to class, didn’t finish studying, could potentially miss a quiz and on top of that, you can’t seem to find a parking spot. This isn’t far from reality, as it seems like every day I hear another student complain about campus parking—it has been a common topic of conversation and a tedious...

Illustration by Erin Davis Veggie Burgers are available upon request at Fresh Food Company, but I couldn’t muster up the courage to order one until the second week of school. I wasn’t expecting much, but thought of what kind of patty it might be: chicken flavored like the ones at Burger Studio, a more savory flavor...

Priscilla Yng, a Taiwanese immigrant, has pushed through the language barrier and illiteracy to open and maintain her restaurant, Chinese Star, since 1990. In her 26 years on Calhoun Road, Yng has experienced the struggles that come with running a restaurant, like working to win regular customers and being short...