By Cynthia Isabel Zelaya OrdoñezDec 80
Fall does not end until December 21, so let's bake some pumpkin bread while we still can. Our writer shared her recipe with us - and said you can take credit.
By McKenzie MisiaszekOct 110
Houston fall weather is rarely in the 60s and 70s. Instead, it varies from the 50s to the 90s...in one day. How do we dress for that?
By Autumn KirkmanNov 210
Thanksgiving: a celebration of thanks, family, food and friends. Typically held at a family member’s house and involves family you only see during holidays due to different cities, jobs and lives. We take time to celebrate our appreciation for our families, but what about our friends? These are the people we spend a...
By Autumn KirkmanOct 290
Spooky season has arrived, and it is time to break out the candy, costumes and comradery! A big “fad” that always arises during this festive time of the year is going on fall or October themed dates with a significant other. Unsure of what to do or where to go? Here are a few spooky date ideas: Pumpkin Patch...
By Erin DavisSep 250
Fall movies could arguably fall into a genre all of their own, with the red and orange scenery and warm melancholy of the changing season. Though Houston’s fall will never be quite as spectacular as autumn in New York, there are worst ways to spend a rainy afternoon than a fall-themed movie marathon to go with that...
By Karin KellerSep 200
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...
By Erin DavisSep 180
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...
By Sonia ZunigaNov 20