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Everyone claims to be apart of the Beyhive, but not many followers of Queen Bey may know these facts.  The first group Queen Bey participated in was called Girl Tyme at the age of 12. Kelly Rowland is Beyoncé’s cousin. They were in Destiny’s Child together. Her first post Destiny’s Child

  Quality of gift equals quality of love? Valentine’s day is a day for love and spending quality time with your significant other. Expensive gifts and overrated items should not be the focus of this day. Love is something to be celebrated with thoughtfulness and caring, not money. Here’s a

What is Mardi Gras? Mardi Gras is a carnival primarily held in New Orleans, but also all around the world. It’s the American version of the famous Carnival held in Rio de Janeiro. Today in the US, it is a legal holiday in Louisiana. When is Mardi Gras? Mardi Gras

Milo Yiannopoulos:The Gay You Love to Hate The Dangerous Faggot  His real name is Milo Hanrahan. He was born on October 18, 1984. British Journalist, author, entrepreneur. Socialist? Libertarian? Fascist? Milo lets you speak as long as you don’t kill anyone. He practices Catholicism but his mother is Jewish. Keep

I’ve been using dating apps to meet men, and I’ve had my heart broken. I don’t blame the app. I blame men.

If your children are like my niece and nephews who enjoy science more than football, then Super Bowl Live at Discovery Green is an opportunity to Geek out before the game.

Being a Houstonian who doesn’t care about all the Super Bowl hype is a lot like living near the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. You live near a lot of artistic activity, near a venue for events which provides lot of quality entertainment to a lot of people. You hear the

As a delegation from Mexico arrived in Washington DC, President Trump signed two executive actions aimed at immigration today. The first action addresses border security and the second aims to cutoff federal funding to sanctuary cities. “I have no higher duty than to protect the lives of the American people,” said

Arte Publico Press held the Fifth Annual LibroFEST at the Houston Public Library on Oct. 1.  This yearly event recognizes Houston’s Latino culture through literature and highlighting local Latino and Hispanic writers and artists. The event showcased Latino writers, arts and local hispanic writers affiliated with Gulf Coast, Public Poetry

You’ve seen them around campus dunking on students. If you haven’t then you’ve most likely stumbled across their videos through a Social Media platform. They go by the name of Papas. They include electrical engineer major Wesam Hindi, business major Mamoon Hindi, kinesiology major Mehdi Hindi, business major Mohamad Fattouh and