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Childhood obesity has quadrupled in the last 3o years, and the U.S. has the highest rate in the world. According to the Center for Disease Control, obesity now affects one in six children and adolescents in the United States. Some parent’s solution to this is by putting their kids in martial arts.
Trump is performing far better than expected and the lack luster turn out in the houston polls may have been an indicator. We went out to find peoples reactions at the polls. This is what some people had to say about this years election day. Turn out
A Latino voter surge in key swing states is predicted to be a boon for Hillary Clinton. This election cycle, Latino activists like Texas State Director of Mi Familia Vota Carlos Duarte have put in countless hours mobilizing Latino voters. The Venture: Depending on the outcome, how do you think
Seattle Reign’s Keelin Winters ends her career after a late comeback, 3-2, win in the second half against the Houston Dash in the final game of the season. This is Seattle’s seventh victory in seven matches against the Dash. Photos by Andre Brooks and Matt Flora
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
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
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