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/
Get your week started right with coffee and donuts hosted by the A.D. Bruce Religion Center in the 1st floor Lobby . The event is open to all students at UH.
Office Hours Spring 2022 for The Point/ Coogs for Christ.
Join MVP at our table in Student Center South as we spring forward by raising awareness about hunger on college campuses, and promoting sustainable and environmentally conscious practices you can partake in!
The LGBTQ+ POC Chats are for all sexual and gender identities as well as people questioning their identity.
Each week we discuss a chapter from Tim Keller’s book, The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism while we eat lunch. Informal event open to all who have questions about God or just want to listen in and make some friends. Text us to locate us the first time.
About Second Site:
In the decades after World War II, artists and designers of the land art movement used the natural landscape to create monumental site-specific artworks. Second Site offers a powerful meditation on how environmental change and the passage of time alter and transform the meanings-and sometimes appearances- of works created to inhabit a specific place. James Nisbet offers fresh approaches to well-known artworks by Ant Farm, Rebecca Belmore, Nancy Holt, Richard Serra, and Robert Smithson. He also examines the work of less recognized artists such as Agnes Denes, Bonnie Devine, and Herman De Vries. Nisbet tracks the vicissitudes wrought by climate change and urban development on site-specific artworks, taking readers from the plains of Amarillo, Texas, to the field of volcanic rock in Mexico City, to abandoned quarries in Finland. Providing vital perspectives on what it means to endure in an ecologically volatile world, Second Site challenges long-held beliefs about the permanency of site-based art, with implications for the understanding and conservation of artistic creation and cultural heritage.
Interested in becoming an IMS Official for Volleyball?
SAI presents their musicale in Choral Hall
All are welcome to join the Good News Gospel Choir for bible study and rehearsal on Monday nights at 7pm.