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  The University of Houston’s Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture is taking its students on a world tour. This summer, 14 fifth-year undergraduates visited Buenos Aires, Argentina. Next year, another group will venture to Barcelona, Spain. The goal of these expeditions is to broaden students’ perspectives on architecture and …

  Students from a wide range of majors are spending their summers doing intense research at the University of Houston (UH), seeking eventual solutions to many serious maladies that include Alzheimer’s, high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes, alcoholism and anxiety. This summer there is a record number of participants with …

  The University of Houston’s Catholic Newman Center bids one of their own a bon voyage. With tears and smiles in their eyes, the individuals that got to know Fr. Dan Walsh recalled memories they shared with him as the chapter of his life at the University of Houston comes to …

. The Fair Labor Action Committee is a grassroots student organization that envisions a society where the workers of the world who support our lives are free from all oppression. We evolved from UH Students for Fair Trade and UH Students Against Sweatshops, and maintain the tradition of persistent action …

  In a new partnership with the city, a UH Green Building Components-supported team of faculty researchers and industry partners will provide city parks, schools, fire stations and other locations with 17 of its Solar Powered Adaptive Containers for Everyone (SPACE). SPACE units are recycled shipping containers equipped with solar …

Former President of Mexico Vicente Fox will speak on “Leadership and Spirituality in America” at 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 3 at UH