Category: News

Artistry and activism: new exhibits on display at Old College

Artistry and activism: new exhibits on display at Old College

Campus News- September 15, 2019

A gallery showcasing the work of African American artist Elizabeth Catlett, as well as a diverse collection of art and poetry encompassing the literary movement ...

Occupy Studio fosters community, offers hub for creativity

Occupy Studio fosters community, offers hub for creativity

Campus News- September 15, 2019

There’s yet another gem on Main Street — nestled under Buddy’s Burgers and Fries, Occupy Studio is quickly becoming this college town’s heart — promoting ...

SGA Announce Plans for Fall Semester

SGA Announce Plans for Fall Semester

Campus News- September 15, 2019

This past week, the Student Government Association (SGA) held elections for their legislative branch to decide who will become Student Affairs Senators.

Students React to September Debates

Students React to September Debates

Campus News- September 15, 2019

Ten of the remaining Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race met this past Thursday night in Houston for the third debate of election season.

What is Title IX?

What is Title IX?

News- September 15, 2019

​//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js​Sam Ford/THE REVIEW​While the Roman numerals and long explanation might be intimidating, a closer look at Title IX shows how straightforward and impactful the law ...

Rob Rogers speaks about satire in today’s political climate

Rob Rogers speaks about satire in today’s political climate

Campus News- September 15, 2019

During the National Agenda event held on Wednesday in Mitchell Hall, Rob Rogers, a Pulitzer-Prize finalist editorial cartoonist, spoke about his career and shared his ...

After first semester in effect, CCSD walk-in policy shows early signs of success

After first semester in effect, CCSD walk-in policy shows early signs of success

Campus News- September 15, 2019

​//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js​Alexis Carel/THE REVIEW​The Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) has become an ever-growing resource for students struggling with mental health. BY ​ISAIAH PORTER ​Staff ...

Office of Equity and Inclusion cautions dangers of bias in new workshop series

Office of Equity and Inclusion cautions dangers of bias in new workshop series

Campus News- September 15, 2019

The Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) hosted a workshop titled “Understanding Bias Throughout Your Career,” the third installment in a series of diversity discussions ...

Student organizations struggle to find meeting spots

Student organizations struggle to find meeting spots

Campus News- September 15, 2019

Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) have been suffering from a delay to obtain academic rooms for their meetings over the last few weeks.

Students enjoy new dining options, but fear future Scrounge construction

Students enjoy new dining options, but fear future Scrounge construction

Campus News- September 15, 2019

This fall semester, University Dining Services has implemented new changes to meal plans and on-campus dining halls, and more is on the horizon. Perhaps the ...