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Military veterans represent every American, whether you like it or not When I first heard about 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s sit-down during the National Anthem, the first thing I thought was, “He has offended America.” Seeing that, also pierced through my USMC heart but I had to hear why he

Voucher Line Party It was finally Saturday morning, and as planned I was to head to the University of Houston early. Although I overslept I was able to have my morning coffee. As I  sipped my coffee my friend Matt sent me a message on Facebook. It was 8:00 a.m.

Professionals share their college experiences and advice Q: As an undergraduate student what did you do to further your college career? Mayra Moreno: Anchor Reporter for ABC – University of Houston class of 2007 B.A. Journalism and Spanish A: “I had many internships and I was doing so much. I

After a victorious start for the Houston Cougars against their most-awaited challenger of the season, the Oklahoma Sooners, UH entered its first home game ready to prove it is not a fluke. Despite a 3.5-hour delay early in the first quarter due to nearby lightning, UH demonstrated its dominance even

After a lightning delay, the Houston Cougars did not miss a beat in front of 39,402 fans. Three players rushed for 100 yards each for a 42-0 win against Lamar at TDECU Stadium. Photos by Matt Flora

Houston Cougar Women’s Volleyball dropped their first matchup of the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup against the San Jose State Spartans, 3 sets to 2. Houston recorded its 3rd loss of the season. Photos by André Brooks

In Muhammad Ali fashion, the Houston Cougars shocked the college football world by sending a clear message: “We are the real deal.” The Cougars faced the program’s biggest challenge in the season opener in the form of No.3 Oklahoma Sooners– one of the favorites to be in playoff contention- in

For the first time ever, University of Houston Cougars Football beat back-to-back top 10 teams- dating back to when they beat #9 FSU Seminoles in the Peach Bowl. They take down #3 Oklahoma Sooners in the season-opener, 33-23. Greg Ward Jr. was immaculate with 321 passing yards and 2 TDs

The Houston Cougars open its much anticipated 2016 season against perennial Big 12 power, the Oklahoma Sooners, Saturday in a highly anticipated game where UH hopes to solidify its status as a program deserving of Big 12 inclusion. The program’s efforts to maintain its success following a winning season and

After going through rigorous training in the summer, Houston Cougar football and their head coach, Tom Herman, shift their focus towards the #3 Oklahoma Sooners. “We approach the preparation to this game like we did last year playing Tennessee Tech,” Herman said. “We are going really, really, hard through our