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On Saturday, October 1, Marina Ouano and Antonina Kurtova were finally able to reap the benefits of months of preparation for their second annual, “Artsy Affair” Cocktail Party that also served as an art auction for patients at Texas Children’s Hospital.

If you want to commit a murder make sure you are white, have a fat wallet for a good legal defense and kill a person of color, recommended David R. Dow, the moderator of Black, Brown and Invisible: Minorities on Death Row, a roundtable discussion about the death penalty at …

      While most of the country was asleep, Netflx co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings sent an apology letter to customers acknowledging they made a huge public relations mistake when they began the separation of their DVD and streaming services. In July, the company announced they would start offering …

  In September 1968, Congress authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to proclaim National Hispanic Heritage Week, which was observed during the week that included Sept. 15 and Sept. 16. The observance was expanded in 1988 by Congress to a monthlong celebration (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15), effective the following year. …

Mayor Annise Parker spoke to University of Houston students about water conservation and the ongoing drought at the World Affairs lounge on campus on Tuesday. To combat these on-going issues in the city, Parker will be working with City Council to enact a burn ban that could be implemented as …

  El poeta mexicano Efraín Bartolomé sufrió un desastroso allanamiento de morada por parte de la Policía Federal de México. El pasado 11 de agosto del 2011 a las 2:43 de la madrugada, los policías federales irrumpieron en el hogar de la familia Bartolomé destruyendo puertas, ventanas e incluso el …

  The collegiate staff of The Venture reflect on their experiences during 9/11. Though many were still too young to comprehend the full scope of the tragedy at the time, the experience has had a profound effect on their lives. Students are from the University of Houston unless otherwise noted. …

  The collegiate staff of The Venture reflect on their experiences during 9/11. Though many were still too young to comprehend the full scope of the tragedy at the time, the experience has had a profound effect on their lives. Students are from the University of Houston unless otherwise noted. …

  Joshua A. Molina’s death in Iraq did not cut short his dreams of bettering the lives of Guatemalan children. Molina, a 20-year-old Army Corporal, was born and raised in Houston. As he grew up, he always knew he wanted to join the Army. Molina joined the ROTC program at …

    On the heels of the Hope and SEIU endorsement, Criselda Romero, candidate for District J, received the support and endorsement of the Harris County AFL-CIO. “There are many challenges facing our workers today, and the Harris County AFL-CIO is an organization dedicated to making their voice heard on …