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Dorms can be dull, boring and gray – especially when you have little to no decor. Making your dorm feel more warm and inviting can be as simple as adding some plants, but caring for those plants is a different story altogether. We’re here to help.

Setting off fire alarms, leaving your hair on the shower wall, blaring music from behind a lock door all day -- these are all things you shouldn’t do when you’re living with a roomie for the first time. You should know this. But if you don’t, that’s what this story is for.

It's not news that parking at UH sucks, but have you ever wondered what people did in the past to get around it? Now, we aren't suggesting you try any of this out, but we're not your parents.

Hitting up the zoo, road trips and the beach are all fine spring break ideas, but have you considered pretending to be a dog?

Getting to know yourself in your late teens and early 20s is so helpful for healthy relationships. One way to get to know yourself is by taking yourself on dates.

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Cullen Performance Hall is reopening as COVID-19 cases decline. New shows and a new director may mean new directions for the performance hall.

If you're sick of spending hundreds of dollars a year to park on campus, can we offer you a solution? The METRO Q Card can get you to campus and around town for only $.60 every three hours.

Everyone knows about dating apps, but relationship apps are the next step. Whether you want to build a deeper connection with your partner, send and create playlists or just mess around with technology -- there’s an app for that.

The Houston room was filled with students celebrating Lunar New Year on Thursday. The event was hosted by the Resident Halls Association.