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Michigan slays Loyola’s Cinderella run after rallying from double digits and win the game, 67-59.   Photos by Andre Brooks

Ontario Arrows draw the Houston Sabercats, 28-28, on their last game of preseason.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston Dynamo opens their season at home with a, 4-0, shutout against Atlanta FC.     Photos by Andre Brooks

Texas A&M Aggies rugby hold off the LSU Tigers for a, 29-14, victory at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, TX.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston Cougars hit the century mark on their, 109-58 win against the ECU Pirates.     Photos by André Brooks

The latest exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, HOME—So Different, So Appealing truly challenges the notion of the role a home plays. From showcasing the relationship a father and son have despite their living conditions to featuring a cabin that ingeniously ties Martha Stewart and the Unabomber together, …

I love the smell of coffee, I can’t fully wake up without 2-3 cups of coffee daily! With that being said here are some of my favorite coffee shops around downtown Houston. One of my favorite coffee shops is hands down Tout Suite. Located in 2001 Commerce St, this coffee shop is …

First day of training camp is in the books. After the departure of Greg Ward Jr., the big question surrounding the Houston Cougars is who will be the starting quarterback for this program come this season. “All of them did great, you know, first day it’s still hard to tell,” …

“I’ve been living as G-Dragon until now, but now I want to live being Kwon Ji-yong,” the K-pop star said.

By Ilse Hernandez Attention K-pop music lovers, G- Dragon is returning to the United States with his third solo world tour, ACT III, M.O.T.T.E., and he’ll be performing on July 19 at the Toyota Center in Houston.  G-Dragon made a name for himself as part of one of the most …