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E-Verify expansion allows immigrants to check employment eligibility status
US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that Self Check, a free online service of E-Verify that allows workers to check their own employment eligibility status, is now available in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Launched …
FUHA: Sampling the Good Dog hot dog food truck
At long last we’ve done another FUHA Mmm…Food segment. This time we checked out the Good Dog Hot Dog short bus, recommended to us by one of our directors, Alex Olivares. These are not your run of the mill hot dogs. They are Texas-made and all-natural served in local …
Houston college students mentor local robotics team
This spring, students from the University of Houston chapter of MAES began volunteering with the robotics program at Reagan High School, located in the Houston Independent School District. The high school students in the robotics club, under the instruction of Mr. Fernando Blasco, design and build robots using FIRST …
MTV’s MADE host casting call at HCC
The casting call went out for HCC students wanting to be part of MTV’s three-time Emmy award winning series, MADE, and the students showed up in force. So many students clamored for a chance of being on the show that the producers closed the casting call 10 days before …
Re-examine your resolutions, have a selfless experience
It’s that time of the year again – the time when you reassess the promises you made to yourself in January and profess to the world: “This year, this year things will be different! This year, I will…” But somehow, these mostly empty promises have ended up in the …
Banned authors, activists to smuggle contraband wet books into Tucson
Houston novelist and radio personality forms a caravan to smuggle “banned” books back into Arizona. The event is in support of the now disbanded Mexican American Studies program, whose students had their Latino literature confiscated.
2012 exciting year for boxing in Texas
Texas will be host to great championship fights later this year, including an event at the Alamodome for the vacant WBO Super Bantamweight title.
Latina among a growing number of unorthodox young entrepreneurs
Young entrepreneurs are the game-changers that America needs right now. (They) are a dynamic resource for national recovery and growth. One Columbiana has set out to help the community while investing in her dream.
Giants v. Patriots: Super Bowl 46 Preview
The New England Patriots are favorites to win Super Bowl 46 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis by 2 ½ points, however, they find themselves as underdogs in the eyes of the fans to the surprising New York Giants.
Latino elected officials react to State of the Union
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) issued the following statement regarding tonight’s State of the Union address by President Barack Obama: “We applaud the President for expressing his strong commitment to building a 21st century immigration system and providing young people with the chance to …