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izmailat:

Cullen to undergo ‘intensive’ repairs by city

After almost two years of the Student Government Association advocating its Rebuild Cullen Initiative, the University of Houston and the city are working hand-in-hand to solve the issue expeditiously.

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uhsustain:

The #gardening table at #UHEarthDay! Thanks for coming out,#Coogs!

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dailycougar:

Cullen Boulevard to undergo intensive repairs starting next month. 

Say goodbye to the Cullen Coaster everyone.

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saulmaculae:

I get tired and I get weak, I get lost and I cant sleep, but suddenly…
#UofH #UH #architecture #architecturebuilding #houston #texas #atrium (at University Of Houston - Architecture Building)

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dailycougar:

On Wednesday, the student senate passed the Josephine Tittsworth Act, a bill which addresses some safety concerns of transgender students at UH in requiring that all documents and records apply “their preferred first name, title and personally discerned gender.”

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dailycougar:

Third year graduate student Rhonda Wolverton’s new installation at the Blaffer Art Museum reminds students of all the deaths caused by texting and driving.

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dailycougar:

We are accepting applications for the summer and fall now! 

Apply today.

Heads up to any of you prospective journalists out there.

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uhartsblog:

Congratulations to UH School of Art Assistant Professor Abinadi Meza, who was just awarded the Rome Prize! Meza composes sound for stage and film. His performances, sound installations and radio transmissions have been presented at international venues including Matadero, Madrid; Full Pull Festival, Malmö; Utzon Centre, Aalborg; Sveriges Radio, Stockholm; Hipersonica, São Paulo; Radio Kinesonus, Tokyo; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.
His recent installation, Vein of Sky brings the sound of the planet to the earth’s surface at Houston’s Hermann Park until March, 2015.

uhartsblog:

Congratulations to UH School of Art Assistant Professor Abinadi Meza, who was just awarded the Rome Prize! Meza composes sound for stage and film. His performances, sound installations and radio transmissions have been presented at international venues including Matadero, Madrid; Full Pull Festival, Malmö; Utzon Centre, Aalborg; Sveriges Radio, Stockholm; Hipersonica, São Paulo; Radio Kinesonus, Tokyo; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

His recent installation, Vein of Sky brings the sound of the planet to the earth’s surface at Houston’s Hermann Park until March, 2015.

(via universityofhouston)

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