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Tip Tuesday: Studying for Midterms

Published on October 14th, 2014 | by

Midterms are coming, and for many students they’ve already started. Midterms mean you’re halfway through the semester, and pretty soon, you’ll be celebrating the holiday season. To make the most of your studying time, here are …
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Tip Tuesday: Top 10 Brain Foods

Published on October 14th, 2014 | by

Fight the urge to indulge in junk food, and take a bite out of something that will benefit your brain while you rack it preparing for mid-terms. 1 | Fish Fish contains high concentrations of Omega …
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Fine Arts

Blaffer breaks into digital age

Published on October 1st, 2014 | by

In efforts to continue expanding beyond its museum walls, the Blaffer Art Museum has started a blog, ‘Blogging Blaffer,’ to spark conversation about contemporary art and culture largely — but not exclusively — about the museum’s past, …
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Pedaling to solar-powered energy

Published on April 28th, 2014 | by

A group of four engineering and technology students going by the name “Team Solar Pedal” are designing and building a solar-powered tricycle in hopes of proving that alternative energy sources can help enhance sustainability. Team Solar …
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Saving the environment

Published on April 23rd, 2014 | by

Students on Tuesday celebrated the 44th year of Earth Day, a holiday celebrated annually on April 22 worldwide. The Office of Sustainability hosted UH Earth Day at Lynn Eusan Park and invited students to celebrate the …
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Students engineer solar-powered robot

Published on April 21st, 2014 | by

Mechanical engineering students from UH visited to Discovery Green on April 12 to share their innovative projects, including a remotely operated vehicle known as an “underwater robot,” while educating passers-by on how today’s technology plays a …
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