Inside the Episode
Dr. Christopher Clarke, UH professor in the Department of Economics and his former student, Veronica, a double econ/philosophy major who grew up in Argentina, discuss whether or not college is worth it.
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In honor of Black History Month, the UH Director of Student Recruitment asks first generation college student, Diamondneshay, to share her experience as a black female pursuing a career in medicine.
Lauren invites a Student Government Association senator and a Wellness Center staff member to share what they are doing to help others (and even themselves) destress and prioritize their health and well-being.
Sameer the Red shares why he goes all-out every Cougar Red Friday, what to feed the campus squirrels, and the benefits of being present and involved at UH, especially for commuters like him.
Lauren asks her fellow UH Ambassador Maleia for answers to some of the most common questions that they get about the application process during campus tours or phone calls.
"'Y'all' is gender neutral."
Juliann Losey, the Gender and Sexuality Education Program Manager at the UH LGBTQ Resource Center, discusses the importance of LGBTQ inclusivity, how to become a 'Cougar Ally' and the ways UH is working to foster a safe and supportive community for everyone.
Two transfer students share their very different journeys to UH and give advice for making the most out of the college experience whether it's two years, four years or more.
Hear from the ‘pint-sized powerhouse’ Sarah Grace, UH freshman, about her experience on NBC’s The Voice, why she chose to be a Coog and what she loves about H-town.