UH is participating in the Coca-Cola March Madness Bracket Challenge! This is a free bracket and the top performing brackets from each school will receive prizes. First place is a $500 airline voucher, second place is Airpods, and third place is a $100 GrubHub gift card. The university with the highest score will receive $5000 towards their food bank or charity of choice. Play here: https://cokepickem.live/
Eating fruits and vegetables do more than make for a colorful plate. They can also reduce the risk of heart disease, Type 2 Diabetes, stroke and certain types of cancer. In this webinar, learn why plants are so good for us and some proven strategies to incorporate more of them into your life.
Office Hours Spring 2022 for The Point/ Coogs for Christ.
Friends of Women’s Studies invites you to the 25th annual Table Talk luncheon, which features a fascinating combination of conversations led by dynamic women of various cultures, professions and experience.
A time for students to relax between classes and socialize. All students are welcomed to attend. Free Lunch provided!
Research participants are needed for a study about language.
Join us for a weekly discussion series on sex, sexuality, relationships and theology from Progressive Christian perspectives. Scripture contains many varied stories of desire, passion, romance, sex & more. We will explore many of them through the lens of the Greatest Commandments - to love God & your neighbor as yourself.
The Sacrament of Confession reconciles us with God. The whole power of the sacrament of Penance consists in restoring us to God’s grace and joining us with him in an intimate friendship (CCC, no. 1468).
Be this months challenge winner for a prize!
Teaching Kitchen is designed to provide our students and guests with an immersive culinary and nutrition experience.
Magic! Adventure! LGBTQ+! Come play the wondrous Dungeons & Dragons! The LGBTQ+ Resource Center is hosting a Dungeons and Dragons social for players new and experienced, with students as the Dungeon Masters.
UH faculty member Todd Van Kekerix performs his program titled, “Reflections in the Music Mirror”. A unique and beautiful program filled with Schubert’s German Lieder for solo piano arranged by Franz Liszt, Leopold Godowsky, and Lowell Liebermann. Additional musical reflections include solo works of Lowell Liebermann, his Nocturne No.9, op.97, and concluding with Earl Wild’s dazzling Fantasy on Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess.
FREE live performance