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Friday, September 24, 2021

Health

Undeclared junior Frances Silva and accounting senior Anay Silva enjoy a shady day on campus before Houston heat hits again with a mean streak. | Minh Dam/The Daily Cougar

Minding the sun with a summer bronze

Published on April 2nd, 2013 | by

As the weather warms up and shorts become a necessity, tanning is becoming more popular, but college students are forgetting their sunblock and increasing their chances of developing skin cancer. A pilot study in 2012 from …
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Events

Assistant professor Wendy Fok discussed aformal planning with guest speaker Jonathan Solomon./Monica Tso/The Daily Cougar

Guest speaker discusses Hong Kong walkways

Published on April 1st, 2013 | by

The unpredictability of Hong Kong’s system of walkways demonstrates a robustness of ground space in cities and presents a notion for the future of informal or formal infrastructure, said a noted architect Thursday at the Gerald …
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Technology

Blogging away

Published on March 26th, 2013 | by

Blogs are becoming powerful platforms for students in the professional world, but students are also turning to blogs as a channel through which they can express themselves freely and relieve stress. Lindita Camaj, an assistant communication professor at …
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Fine Arts

Getting Fehered up

Published on March 9th, 2013 | by

After a 20-year survey of his work, the Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series welcomed Tony Feher  to discuss his career and the inspirations behind his sculptures. Although he focused on work not displayed in the …
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Music

Feeling the swing of things

Published on February 25th, 2013 | by

It is always a surreal moment when a student gets to meet and work with someone who is a legend in his field. As members of the UH jazz ensemble got onto the stage of the …
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Life + Arts

All keys considered

Published on February 20th, 2013 | by

In an effort to give open opportunities to improve, a three-time award-winning pianist utilized her expertise to teach students during a guest piano master class Monday at the Dudley Recital Hall. Ksenia Nosikova, an artistic director …
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Life + Arts

Future of master planning

Published on February 18th, 2013 | by

Cities can no longer rely on master plans that simply copy other cities to deal with complex economic and natural problems, said internationally published author, critic and curator Lucy Bullivant in a lecture she gave Tuesday at the Gerald …
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Events

Coogs go lunar for new year

Published on February 13th, 2013 | by

The atmosphere of the Lunar New Year was filled with Asian traditions. Students feasted on dishes with their families for good luck fortune. Red envelopes were exchanged and firecrackers were popped as families welcomed the Year …
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