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Stories written by Annette Santos

Breaking into the journalism big leagues

Enthusiasm and being prepared are great ways to catch the attention of media recruiters.

  Being over prepared can’t hurt your chances of kicking your career into high gear said recruiters from The New York Times, The Washington Post and People Magazine at a national journalism conference held in Las Vegas in the beginning of August. The panel, “Breaking into the Big Leagues,” was just one of several informational […]

Citizen introduces immigration reform

Citizens for saving america

  Roland Hernandez is your average working- class American.  He works full time, six days a week, sometimes up to 12 hours a day. As a repair man, he is comfortable speaking to people of all educational backgrounds and has traveled through several Houston neighborhoods- the rich, the poor and those in between. It was […]

King Tut: An eternal life unraveled

King Tut exhibit

  A seven- ton Anubis standing at 25-feet high outside the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston guards  Tutankhanmun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs exhibit that is now open to the public until April 2012.   “This exhibition is a landmark event for Houston,” said Gwendolyn Goffe, MFAH Interim Director.   “I am thrilled […]

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