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Congratulations, you have finally been accepted into a university. Many debate on whether to go to a university out of state or to stay in their hometown. After several weeks of decision making and evaluating your situation, you have yet another choice to make. Will you live on-campus or off-campus? Several...

As students, almost everything we do comes with expectations. We’re expected to join student organizations, get internships and jobs, all while still getting good grades and graduating on time. These high expectations can make us so stressed that we may want to scream or cry. Sometimes even both. To decompress, we...

In the digital world we live in today, sending mail through the post office is not as common as it once was. The mailbox now has a negative connotation associated with it due to piling bills or junk mail that usually ends up in the trash. However, what if checking the mail could become enjoyable again? Alex...

Plenty of students in graduate school probably aren’t seeing the entertainment and fun parts of it all as they just start getting the workload for this semester. Yet, we have plenty of examples in pop culture from the big screen to the small that show us characters who may be a bit more entertained with their grad...

Holiday gifts don’t have to be pricey or amazing to be special. A lot of times, just taking the time to get together and exchange something can be enough. Plus, there’s a solidarity that exists among college students. We all understand that textbooks, food and classes are all expensive. This is not a good time to be...

UH’s Student Feminist Organization has been meeting to promote gender equity, social justice and student success through weekly group discussions. In 2009, UH alumni Amanda Williams and Andrea Pratt founded SFO to inform and educate students about feminism. Their goal was to inspire members to abolish social...

Walk through the beauty aisles of any major supermarket and you will be inundated with products that guarantee to fix problems you didn’t even know you had. But turn over that bottle of hair gel and you might discover a paragraph of ingredients that seem better suited for a sci-fi novel. Sure, you don’t know what...