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Esmeralda Ramirez-Peña is an organizer and volunteer for March for Science Houston. As I complete my doctorate degree and prepare for the March for Science Houston, I reflect on my scientific journey and on the moments that have shaped me into a scientist. I discovered that becoming a scientist
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
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
For children, Halloween night is one of the best nights of the year. But trick-or-treating can be very dangerous if proper precautions are not taken. Few parents talk to their children about safety on Halloween night when is the deadliest night for pedestrians. Child pedestrians are killed more on October 31st as compared to any other days. Here are some few tips to be safe on Halloween.
Tonight’s the night. Last debate. Not that it’s necessarily a huge, momentous occasion. I mean, I didn’t even bother watching any of the presidential debates these past few months, and I still feel like everything’s going pretty normal. You know, as normal as one can be when the future of the
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