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University of Houston’s communication student, Emily Savannah Chambers, breathed deeply amidst the chanting and “Fags Doom Nation” picket signs held up by the Westboro Baptist Church. On the morning of September 23rd, the Westboro Baptist Church stopped in Houston midway from their “God Hates Trannies Preaching Tour” to spread their

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

  This November, fans of both visual and literary arts welcome a unique exhibition to the Bay Area. University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Art Gallery will present photography by Van Edwards with poetry by his son Joshua Edwards. Titled “Campeche,” the name of pirate Jean Lafitte’s colony on Galveston Island, the

  Four University of Houston-Clear Lake students will continue to pursue an education through financial assistance from the M.L. Wismer Scholarship Endowment. Undergraduate students Natalie McKenney, Monique Martinez and Tracy Furman, as well as graduate student Ambericent Cornett received the scholarships. “This is an outstanding example of how generous alumni

  With the passing of Senate Bill 324, the University of Houston–Clear Lake has been approved to provide classes in the freshman and sophomore levels. UH-CL currently has undergraduate students only at the junior and senior levels. “In addition to sustaining our long-standing partnerships with area community colleges for transfer

  Building molecules, launching rockets, mastering Chinese calligraphy – it’s just another day at the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Kids U, where more than 700 area youth participated in the annual summer enrichment programs that have been a feature on the campus for nearly 30 years. For almost as long,

  Two UH-Clear Lake School of Science and Computer Engineering  professors were awarded $600,000 by the National Science Foundation for their proposal, “NSF Scholar Program for Computing and Mathematics Majors.” The award is the third NSF grant since 2002 (the previous two were for $400,000 in 2002 and $477,000 in

It may come as a surprise to many but UHCL does not have an official mascot. In response to student demand administration recently formed a Mascot Leadership Team to oversee the mascot search.