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Remembering Hurricane Harvey’s impact

Natalia Salas September 5, 2018

On Aug. 18, 2017, I walked out of my house at 4 a.m. with all my things packed in my dad’s car and jokingly saying goodbye to all the objects I saw around me. “Goodbye chair, goodbye bed, goodbye...

Students are often given the chance to work for the athletics department in broadcasting. photo by Allison Wolff

Announcing for Trinity: My Experience

Saul Malek January 24, 2018

When parents wake up and see their children in the morning, they expect a routine conversation. "How did you sleep?" "What are your plans for the day?" For my parents, this was never the case. Instead...

From left to right, Colton Hawkins, Olive Pertuit, Harry Bellow, and William Butler watch the game in excitement. Photo by Amani Canada

Astros win first World Series

Elise Hester November 2, 2017

A city once in ruin, submerged in the floodwaters of a hurricane, emerged to earn a historic World Series championship. Rewind to Aug. 31, 2017, when at noon, 34-year-old Justin Verlander signed with the...

Seniors Cole Murray, Constantine Kouldukis and Gabriel Levine remove a tree from the yard of their house on Princess Pass, adjacent to campus. Photo by Daniel Conrad

Campus Houstonians prevail over hurricane harms

Kendra Derrig September 5, 2017

Hurricane Harvey's impact on campus is undeniable. The storm devastated the Houston area the weekend of Aug. 26 as the wettest tropical storm in US history. With winds up to 130 miles per hour, it damaged...

Spotlighting Rebecca Berreth

Elise Hester March 31, 2017

Growing up in the Houston suburb of Pearland, a young Rebecca Berreth liked to keep active. Like many young girls, she loved being outside and playing sports. However, she played a few more sports than...

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