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Moving to a new city can always be intimidating, especially when it’s on your own. As someone that has moved many, many, many times (seven to be exact), I have some experience making new friends. Here’s what has helped me in the past, and what I can only hope helps you in Houston! Find ways to explore your...

If you pay attention to the news, it’s hard not to have a negative mindset towards the world. The pandemic goes on, human rights are continuously violated, natural disasters keep ruining lives and more. Although the semester has just started, it’s even hard to find motivation for classes during this state of the...

If you’re interested in eating great cuisine while supporting local businesses, look no further than the Third Ward. With a collection of savory, sweet and vegan options — there’s something for everyone to dig in to without even leaving the neighborhood. Here’s some of the best restaurants the Third Ward has to...

Even though we live in the nation’s fourth most populated city, it’s hard not to feel isolated, alone and uninspired during the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, there are still many ways to enjoy all of the life, arts and culture our city has to offer while making sure to wear a mask, social distance and take other...

If you’re new to Houston, or just looking for a place to get delicious cocktails, look no further because I am going to let you in on some of the best bars in town.  From Lei Low, a Polynesian themed bar, to Latin inspired drinks from Batanga, there is bar for whatever mood you’re in. Depending on your drink of...

Grammy Award winning Daniel Caesar took the world by surprise through his soulfully adorned and original R&B vocals, echoing the rich sounds of gospel. The Toronto-raised singer’s career started when he was 17, after he felt that “he had no choice but to pursue his calling”2. Since then, he has amassed a strong...

Have you just moved to Houston and would like to see more of this city? Did you grow up here and want to indulge in some memories, or find some unknown perspectives? Well, look no further, because here are some of the ultimate films connected to Clutch City– in one way or another. Starting with one of the...

There’s no such thing as too much bubble tea, am I right? Haaniya Dawoodally and her friends would agree with me. This summer, the group of four went on a boba run to 15 places in a single day! Their goal started out with figuring out which location had the best milk tea, and by the end of it, they had compiled a...

From Sep. 14 to Sep. 16, a brand new comic convention made its home at the NRG Center. The convention, entitled the Fandemic Tour, began at 3 p.m. on Friday and featured a large show room of various comic stands, collector booths, etc. But the most important part of the convention was all of the guest who attended....

In a city where there’s graffiti on every passing train, overpass and abandoned building, the “Be Someone” sign over I-45 is what really catapulted the Houston street art scene. Now, as Houston gets younger, more vibrant and diverse, it is almost as if we are moving toward becoming a street art city. In 2011, ‘Be...