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Does arguing about politics turn young people off?

By Jessica T. Feezell

Even before this year’s contentious election cycle, political scientists have been wondering how citizens are affected by regular exposure

What College Students Should Learn About Money

by Nathaniel Sillin

As you prepare for a new year at college, managing your money may be the last thing on your mind.

Youth to the fore as Milan fashion week opens

70’s vibe with Bohemian romanticism seemed to be the focus

by Angus Mackinnon

MILAN, Italy (AFP) Milan fashion week kicked off

Indian-American children recite poem at White House

WASHINGTON (PTI) : An Indian-American girl attracted a sizeable audience at the White House when she narrated a poem that shared her experience

The Power of a Strong Presentation

by Varsha Vasu and Piya Malhan Screech! Flinching at the sound of the microphone, we all turned towards the podium to find a

Fort Bend ISD seeks adult volunteers to serve as mentors to students at all levels

Interested individuals invited to attend a one-hour mentor training on September 14

FORT BEND ISD (August 30, 2016) – Parents and community members

Neha’s Awe Inspiring Arangetram!

Neha Bhat, a lively, sixteen year old gave Arangetram, her first formal solo of Bharatnatyam, (the Indian classical dance) performance at the Berry

Teaching Our Children Our Language, Culture and More: My Recent Experience

by Hardeep Singh, MD MPH (@HardeepSinghMD)

About a year ago, I got an email from Mr. Arun Prakash ji, a long time Hindi teacher

Don’t let studying strain your eyes

HOUSTON – (Aug. 16, 2016) – Summer has come to an end, which means students will spend most of their day in classrooms

HCC student receives scholarship from ExxonMobil

BAYTOWN [August 15, 2016] — With the Gulf Coast area petrochemical industry needing more than 50,000 new workers within the decade, Houston Community