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We’re all Coogs, but Shasta is the main Coog. Shasta is loved by all, bringing the Spirit of Houston to UH. With Sasha by their side, Shasta’s always bringing a smile to everyone. But how well do we know our furry friend? Check out Cooglife’s exclusive interview below to learn more about this celebrity...

Photo by: Oscar Herrera Setting out on a first date can be equally as thrilling as it is nerve-wracking. When you’re surrounded by the vibrant energy of the beloved UH campus, the possibilities for memorable beginnings are endless! Whether you’re a student looking to impress that cute person from your lecture,...

Photos by: Raphael Fernandez If you’re feeling lost looking for coffee shops other than Starbucks, I have good news for you. The Houston area is home to several amazing independently-owned coffee shops. Houston is great because there is a variety of coffee shops that represent the various neighborhoods and...

Graphic by: Len Duenas In my first year at UH, everyone told me I should join a club or organization. Since I was new to the school as a transfer student, I was nervous about joining anything, so I didn’t. However, the following year I ended up joining Cooglife and getting a job on campus which enriched my time...

Photo Courtesy of Houston Ballet With a riveting and glittering performance of “The Nutcracker,” the Houston Ballet continues to spread holiday cheer all throughout the city. The traditional ballet strikes a chord with many families each year at The Brown Theater. Those who get to experience the enchanting...

Houston is known for its food scene but brunch rarely gets the love it deserves. Houston has one of the best places for that space between breakfast and lunch and this article will hopefully serve it justice. Here are some of my favorite brunch spots in Houston that you can never go wrong with. Empire...

A favorite activity of friends, family and coworkers during the holiday season is looking at the lights around town. Whether that be in nearby neighborhoods or seeing professional set-ups, here are some dazzling displays in Houston to look forward to. Zoo Lights Presented by TXU Energy and hosted at the Houston...

All photos by: Oscar Herrera Chris Stapleton played at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands on Friday, Nov. 17 for his All American Road Show Tour. This is his rescheduled show from the initial Oct. 23 date he had to cancel due to an upper respiratory infection. Stapleton had two openers before...

All photos by: Hama’el Salman Finding the perfect place to study or do homework plays a pivotal role in enhancing productivity and achieving academic success. As Houstonians, we are spoiled for choice since the city is filled with a plethora of coffee shops and workspaces. Curating a personal list of go-to...

All photos by: Julissa Rivera Faye Webster took the stage at White Oak Music Hall on Nov. 13 to perform songs off of her albums, “Atlanta Millionaires Club,” “I Know I’m Funny haha” and more. The sold-out show didn’t stop concertgoers from waiting in the rain to see her live. Webster is from Atlanta, Georgia and...