By Rey MattesAug 120
Nearly 50 years after the original 1977 Women’s Conference, another convention by and for women (and those affected by misogyny and sexism) is being held in the same city where its historic predecessor held its gathering, from August 12th-14th at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
By Anna BakerApr 60
Rooming with your besties may seem like a fun idea at first, but if you aren’t compatible roommates you could ruin a friendship. Before you decide to room together read this article arguing against it.
By McKenzie MisiaszekJan 200
The Metropolitan Volunteer Program aims to connect UH students and the Greater Houston area through volunteer partnerships.
By McKenzie MisiaszekDec 280
As you debate on what to change about yourself for 2022, exclude losing weight.
By McKenzie MisiaszekDec 170
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" not only gives fans everything they wanted, but cements Tom Holland as the best live action Spider-Man.
By Cynthia Isabel Zelaya OrdoñezNov 190
Students need time to relax during the fall semester, so why do we have a spring break, but not a fall break?
By Anna BakerSep 290
Applying for jobs is stressful. You go in knowing you are likely going to be rejected over and over again, and yet you still spend the time to tailor your resume for each application. When you think about having to write a different cover letter for each of these applications only to beg the hiring manager to review...
By Sofia GonzalezSep 280
Just because you graduated with a major in one field, doesn’t mean you have to work in that field for the rest of your life, or ever if you don’t want to.
By Armando YanezSep 220
Spooky season doesn't start in September and people need to stop acting like it does. On that note, chill out with the Christmas in November.
By Autumn RendallAug 300
I have to be honest, I’m a little bit nervous about finding the right words to perfectly say goodbye to my time here as Executive Editor.