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Hostess sealed its own fate

Published on November 27th, 2012 | by

For the past week, America has been mourning the loss of one of its history’s greatest figures: the Twinkie. As of Nov. 16, Hostess, the producers of fine American snacks such as the Twinkie, Ding Dongs, …
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Opera composer glorified in biography

Published on November 7th, 2012 | by

In an effort to showcase the essence of classical opera music composers, Moores School of Music professor Howard Pollack will be hosting a recital and book signing to promote his latest book “Marc Blitzstein: His Life, …
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Hurricane Sandy reveals ignored problem

Published on November 5th, 2012 | by

Hurricane Sandy swept the east coast last week, burying extensive parts of major cities — like New York City — several feet underwater. The purported “Frankenstorm” may have given cause to scoff for many Houstonians when …
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Election hangs on deceptive disputes

Published on October 22nd, 2012 | by

Last week marked the end of the first cycle of presidential debates before the November election. The results were widely broadcasted with the first debate, creating a new and more energetic Republican candidate Mitt Romney while …
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Corporate sponsors flood campus

Published on October 15th, 2012 | by

There is a growing illness sweeping across campus. It started with the lightest of symptoms: an occasional logo plastered across a flier or sign and a spread of Red Bull cars parked outside the campus buildings, …
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