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The Cowgirls of McNeese State University outdrew the Colonels of Nicholls State University on their showdown of the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament. McNeese State, 79-58, win entails them to advance to the next round where they’ll face the Ladyjacks of Stephen F. Austin University.  Photos by Matt Flora

Northwestern St Lady Demons fall, 57-46, to the Islanders of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at the opening of the Women’s Basketball Southland Conference Tournament. The Islanders face the New Orleans Privateers in the next rounds of the tournament. Photos by Matt Flora

Lamar Cardinals routs, 77-65, the Southeastern Louisiana Lions in the Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament. Lamar advances onto the next round, facing the Lumberjacks of Stephen F. Austin. Photos by Matt Flora

After the Sam Houston Bearkats rally to tie the game at top of the 7th inning, the Houston Cougars squeezes a, 6-5, win on a walk-off single from sophomore, Brooke Vannoy.  Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas

Everyone claims to be apart of the Beyhive, but not many followers of Queen Bey may know these facts.  The first group Queen Bey participated in was called Girl Tyme at the age of 12. Kelly Rowland is Beyoncé’s cousin. They were in Destiny’s Child together. Her first post Destiny’s Child …

With the Super Bowl just around the corner Houston, Texas has ramped up its security. As a port city and known for its extensive highways, Houston’s 1-10 has become the highway of human trafficking. With the Super Bowl in town and more than a million people participating in the Super …

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.  …

Arte Publico Press held the Fifth Annual LibroFEST at the Houston Public Library on Oct. 1.  This yearly event recognizes Houston’s Latino culture through literature and highlighting local Latino and Hispanic writers and artists. The event showcased Latino writers, arts and local hispanic writers affiliated with Gulf Coast, Public Poetry …