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It’s a few minutes after 2 pm. The clouds mix hues of smoke and cool grays neutralizing the sun’s warmer tones for what most people would call an ugly day. Despite the aesthetics, the weather is comfortable enough for my Black-nicity T-shirt and my scattered notes that I repeatedly strive …

When you walk into Luz Rebollar’s Scuttlebutt office in downtown Humble, you’ll find two desks: one facing the door, another opposite from the left wall. The one facing the door has five to six large stacks of The Scuttlebutt, a veteran newspaper she started back in August of last year, …

Hours before the start of the event, University of Houston students began lining up at the Student Center Theater to attend an exclusive Q&A session with CNN host Anderson Cooper, who was in town to cover the last GOP debate before Super Tuesday.

To make it as a journalist, students have to obtain experience through multiple internships, be creative, learn a variety of multimedia skills and master the art of storytelling. Luis Ortiz, a sports anchor at FOX 2 in McAllen, TX, got his start as a journalist working as a writer for …

Minerva Perez discusses the release of her autobiography and from where the inspiration was derived.