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Everyone is allowed to sit back, relax and relish in a little (or a lot of) downtime, particularly once the semester ends, the grades are in and beaches and pool parties are in the foreseeable future. Here is a guide on how to have the laziest summer break. 1. Binge watch movies and TV Turning on Netflix is a great...

As classes come to an end, the idea of guilt-free Netflix binges, seasonal flings and lying poolside sounds more enticing than ever. Although it is important to take time to relax, it is also important to remember that summer is the time to take advantage of opportunities you were too busy for during the school year....

We’ve all had those days where we’ve had to stay on campus a little longer than we’d like. Maybe you had a meeting, a test to study for in the library, an extra work shift. This semester, every day is like that for me. With my unfortunate work and class this semester, I’m rolling up to campus at 8:30 a.m. and dragging...

  A1 /ayyy-wun/ adjective excellent, great in good health “I’m feeling A1 today — I have $20 in my bank account!” Sus s/s-uh-s/ adjective abbreviation for “suspect” or “suspicious” “Why do you keep going missing when Superman shows up, Clark? That’s sus.” Boost /b-U-st/ adjective to brag or exaggerate a...

Best Off Campus Apartments: The Campus Vue Experience  the freedom of living off campus without the hassle of waking up late for class and facing I-45 every morning. Located a 10-minute walk, 5-minute bike ride, or 1-minute car trip away from UH, The Campus Vue features three different apartment styles for residents...

Elizabeth Rodriguez/Photo by Emily Burleson|Cooglife Elizabeth Rodriguez, psychology sophomore “It could be anyone. It could be someone really tall or really short, someone who’s more big or more skinny. It could be anyone. It could be a guy, too. Guys believe in equal rights as well. Most people would think of women...

Best Teaching Assistant/Graduate Assistant: Jeremy Chance Jeremy Chance, a singing Indiana-native, is a fitness graduate assistant with the Department of Campus Recreation. He enjoys assisting the management of the student fitness team, personal trainers and other employees. After Chance earned two degrees from Purdue...

We asked and you answered. So first of all, thank you. Because you ventured outside the four walls of your dorm and drove to House of Pies at 3 a.m., we know how much you love their Bayou Goo. If you hadn’t gone out with your friends to the club on a Saturday night, or spent a quiet morning studying at The Nook, we...

Tomorrow, Frontier Fiesta kicks off — but it might be a rocky start, since this year, the Student Program Boards request of $281,930.00 for concert funds was denied by the Student Fees Advisory Committee. In return, an alternative method was implemented for funding concerts: SPB, Homecoming and Frontier Fiesta were...

Birds chirping entwine with the sound of water raining on the rainforest. I grumble incoherently and turn to my side. My phone, blasting nature’s song, says its 6:20 a.m. The smart alarm feature on my phone just stole 10 minutes from me, again. I lay in my bed and contemplate life for the 10 minutes my alarm stole...