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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

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The new sport is taking the world by storm, and Houston’s very own League City Legends placed 4th at the 2016 Quidditch Championship. Originating from the Harry Potter franchise, Quidditch is a high intensity sport and it has been making its way around the world rapidly increasing popularity. Last year the

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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

While the countdown continues towards the season opener, Houston’s linemen persist on training despite weather conditions.     Photos by Matt Flora

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Do any of the other 3 teams have a chance to dethrone the Patriots with Tom Brady out the first 4 games of the season? Francisco Casillas tackles the AFC East in part 3 of the 2016-2017 NFL season preview.

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In part 2 of our 2016-2017 NFL season preview, Francisco Casillas takes on the NFC South preview and gives you his predictions for the 4 teams.

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ComicPalooza fans gathered at the George R. Brown Convention Center this past June to celebrate the 8th annual con held in Houston in 2008. The convention featured super heroes, Disney princesses, aliens and star guests such as Norman Reedus from The Walking Dead and Apollo Creed. The convention brought together

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“El pueblo unido jamás será vencido” United we will never be defeated. One of many chants undocumented immigrants scream as they protest towards the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in downtown Houston. Dreamers marched to end 287(g) and finalize deportation, much attention was also paid to Harris County Sheriff  Ron Hickman which protesters

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Around 1,000 undocumented immigrants from across the country marched more than a mile Saturday, June 11. Protesters in the march were gathered by United Dream Congress (UWD), which is the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation, to demand ending 287(g), protect DAPA DACA, stop raids and provide justice for