The Red Zone is a period of time from the beginning of the fall semester through Thanksgiving break when students are more susceptible to sexual assault on college campuses. UH will host several education and awareness events to bring attention to this pattern.
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This workshop will provide participants with the relevant knowledge, skills and resources that will help them to better support the needs of the UH undocumented student population.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month during Coog Fiesta. Coog Fiesta provides UH students with the opportunity to learn about various Hispanic and Latinx cultures through music, food and activities.
All Hail Caesar! Join us for the 34th Annual Caesar Salad Competition. Cast your vote for the Best Classic, Best Presentation, Most Creative and the coveted Peoples Choice Awards.
UH students are invited to join University Career Services for a unique dining experience and interactive seminar on the rules of dining etiquette.
Simultaneously epic and intimate, Bertolt Brecht's "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" imaginatively combines music and theatrics to explore human survival, justice, sacrifice and love.
The Moores School of Music presents a silent film with live organ accompaniment by Jason Roberts of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.
"Fridays at Moores" continues with a performance by Percussion Ensemble I.
Brian Cook, conductor
Participating schools: Elsik High School; John Richardson, director, Pearland High School; Michael Kessler, director, Seven Lakes High School; Emily Chandler, director, Shadow Creek High School; Jennifer Gallagher, director
David Bertman, Cameron Kubos, directors
The Moores School of Music's Concert Chorale and Coro perform Arthur Gottschalk's "Requiem for the Living."
Blake Wilkins, conductor
The Virtuosi of Houston open their season with the music of Beethoven at the Moores Opera House.