San Jacinto Times

In honor of Women’s History Month, North Campus will host an interdisciplinary conference spotlighting the Nineteenth Amendment.

History Matters Celebrates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Adrianne Villanueva, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Audiences attending ‘The Perils of Truly Sweet’ will engage with the performance by talking back to the actors and throwing popcorn.

Central’s Popular ‘Popcorn Show’ Back for Another Run

Phoebe Buras, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Students interested in debate can attend an informational session on March 20 where they will test their skills in practice rounds.

Tournament to Debut New Debate Format

Daniela Damián, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Active Living after Cancer is a free program aimed at improving the lives of cancer survivors and their caretakers.

CPD Offers Cancer Survivors After-Treatment Support

Andre Gonzales, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Artist Alexander Squier was inspired to create Earthly Bodies: The Houston Brick Archive while working on a cultural project in the Sharpstown area and saw old homes, once the symbol of wealth, demolished down to bricks.

Brick Exhibition Examines Labor, Migration Themes

Julissa Herrera, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
The Undergraduate Research Club, along with research opportunities, stresses developing a strong work ethic, practical communication skills, self-marketing strategies, and a broader professional network.

New South Club Encourages Student Research

Lou Harris, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Stephanie Garza, cast as The Bride, rehearses a scene from ‘Blood Wedding,’ a play by Federico García Lorca.

South to Present ‘Passionate’ Lorca Drama

Alonzo Guadarrama, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
The Ways They Are features the artwork of (from left) Carris Adams, Sebastien Boncy, and Matt Manalo.

Mixed-Media Installation Showcases Multiple Art Forms

Maggie Habermas, Contributing Writer
February 21, 2020
Houston area sixth graders attend last year’s Mind Trekkers: Adventures in Stem, where they are fascinated by experiments and demonstrations known as STEMonstrations.

Over 6,000 Middle School Students Expected for STEM Festival

Jacob Wologo, Contributing Writer
February 21, 2020
The faculty-led sessions range from neurodegenerative diseases and environmental justice to a discussion of the Nazi youth propaganda featured in the film ‘Jojo Rabbit.’

Symposium Explores New Research, ‘Interesting Academic Topics’

Nickolas Flores, Contributing Writer
February 21, 2020
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