The athletics program has been approved for full Division I membership in the NCAA, University administrators announced at a news conference on Saturday.
The University has regained full membership in Division I of the NCAA, according to a report published earlier today by the Houston Chronicle.
Societies are largely shaped by their popular cultures, and for the past 30 years MTV has been the driving force behind the American experience.
A question-and-answer with French director Gilles Paquet-Brenner, who has spent more than a decade within the movie industry creating suspenseful dramas. His new film, “Sarah’s Key,” will premiere in Houston on July 29.
Pamela Clopton, circulation supervisor and assistant systems manager at the Moody Library, died unexpectedly on July 16. She was 69.
There are some events in human history that cannot be hidden nor forgotten, because they are relevant to people’s lives, past and present. The past catches up to the present with compelling and sometimes devastating effects in the French film “Sarah’s Key,” a movie that boldly reveals the wartime events of France’s shameful compliance with the Nazi regime during World War II while avoiding the explicit horror scenes typical of many Holocaust-themed productions.
As departments across campus prepared to move back into the Brown Administrative Complex, a School of Music professor and several students began disassembling the University’s two practice tracker organs on July 11 in preparation for transporting the instruments across campus.
Two freshmen outside hitters competed in the volleyball all-star games at the Texas High School Coaches Association summer clinic at Austin’s Delco Center on July 13, with each winning her respective game after being ranked among the state’s top players.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” David Yates’ grand finale to the Harry Potter saga, starts exactly where “Part 1″ left off, but it does not stay there for long. For those readers who want to avoid spoiling the film, turn away now.
I boarded the Hogwarts Express for the first time at the age of seven. Enthralled by J.K. Rowlings‘ first book, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” I quickly embraced Pottermania as I delved deep into the world of “the boy who lived.”