Hallyu Club welcomes you with open arms with our Weeks of Welcome filled with a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy! Your interest in Korean culture and entertainment is what brings all of us together to relieve some stress. Starting off is our bake sale between the Student Center South and Student Center North from 11 AM to 4PM for a quick bite and some time in between to get to know us more. Followed by that is the Dance Workshop directed by our Dance Director! No experience required, just your body and your passion to express yourselves! Our liberation day social would be straight after the Dance workshop for even more fun. We're all about friendships, community, and the love of Korean culture!
Please join us for a luncheon and table talk discussion about the challenges of taking time off, organizational support for ease of transition and corporate concerns for gaps in candidates resumes due to a prolonged leave.
Are you interested in mentoring refugee students in Houston? Join us in our first informational meeting of the year! Learn how you can become a volunteer and have your questions answered by our officers. Free food and snacks will be provided!
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship invites you to chill with us, meet some new people, and play some fun games outdoors.
Explore the Houston Zoo and make new friends! Meet at the Catholic Newman Center at 4:30pm to carpool over to the Houston Zoo at 5:00pm. Contact Marie at for details.
Are you an international student hoping to make new friends? If so, come join other international students for a night of free food, games and new friendships. All international students are welcome!
Ever heard of "broomball?" Regardless of your answer, you're in for a night of excitement and adrenaline rush! Come meet the members of Alpha Rho Chi: Cleisthenes Chapter, the professional organization for those studying architecture and the allied arts (including engineering and fine arts) for a night of competitive fun!
Curated by Timothy Hester The Moores School of Music will celebrate the music of Samuel Barber (1910-1981), the gifted American Composer who infused expressive romantic lyricism into 20th-century classical music. Pre-concert remarks and program notes will be given by Dr. Howard Pollack, UH John and Rebecca Moores Professor of Music History. The performance will showcase 13 faculty members from the string, wind, voice and keyboard areas. Works will include Dover Beach, Summer Music, Piano Sonata, Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and the String Quartet.
Keliy Anderson-Staley, a professor of photography at the UH School of Art, will create portraits using a tintype photo booth at DiverseWorks.
A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.
The Moores School of Music presents a silent film with live organ accompaniment by Jason Roberts of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.
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.