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Graphic by: Gwyneth Gravador There is a misconception that women are bad with money. This “claim” has only been enlarged because of the trend — girl math. But the truth of the matter is that girl math is logic. The fact is girl math does not mean that women are irresponsible with money. The entire concept is...

2023 has been the year of “girl” with bows and ballet flats coming back into style, Sofia “female gaze” Coppola’s comeback with Priscilla, even our way of late-night meals and mathematics is getting recognition. Currently, our Queen Teenage Girl Olivia Rodrigo released her highly anticipated sophomore album...

Graphic by: Len Duenas It took me three years, but I did not cry when my parents drove away after moving me in this semester. Being on my own and living alone is harder than I thought it would be, but it does get easier. For the first time in my life, my parents left me alone in my dorm room in August 2021....

Photo by: Oscar Herrera With a university composed of a large commuter population like UH, it can be hard to pinpoint an experience with different threads. However, my story is just one of many when it comes to having your daily routine be at the University, but, coming back to your childhood home by...

Graphic by: Alina Velasquez If you’re looking forward to the new Deadpool movie or to the new season of Abbott Elementary, you might have to wait a long time to watch. The ​​Writers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists are currently on strike with no end...

Avoiding spoilers for Greta Gerwig’s new directorial addition, “Barbie,” has proven to be a rather difficult feat. As someone yet to see the film (I write this a day before actually going, with my pre-bought tickets collecting dust in the email inbox), I’ve done everything possible to dodge unwanted information about...

“Yeah, I’ll have to look for overnight work when I get a real job.  That’s just what I’m used to at this point.” Drew Romero, 22, a junior and art major at the University of Houston sits behind the desk at the Cougar Place, the on-campus residential community where they work as an overnight desk assistant, the only...

I have been pet-sitting for almost three years now. I’ve been able to travel to Canada andaround the US to different states such as Washington, Florida, California, Nevada, and Texaswithout paying for accommodation. I’ve stayed in an array of different homes from cityapartments, mountain getaways and huge houses that...

One unconventional way to inspire UH students to get involved is with the Houston bike crews. What’s a bike crew? Houston bike crews are organized groups outside of UH, but still a part of Houston. All you have to do is look under the surface to see what a positive impact this community has. From taking...

The modern conception of love is broad, multifaceted and complex, but strangely contained to one word. Is the love you feel for your parents the same kind you feel for your friends or your partner? Definitely not. Why then would these varied feelings be constricted to a single four letter word? The ancient Greeks...