Saturday, November 9, 2013
Art Culture Entertainment Health Sports

On Nov 16th, Get outside and explore the city of Houston covering 35 miles with a few interesting stops along the way. Participants must provide their own lunch and be able to comfortably ride a bike at 10 miles per hour.

Arts Blaffer

Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art

The Wheelchair Rugby Smash Tournament Fundraiser is a 509 (a)(1) charitable event established by Adaptive Athletics at the University of Houston. Our mission this fall is to raise funds in order to foster the development of an athletics program at the University of Houston for students with disabilities, beginning with Wheelchair Rugby. The tournament will consist of eight teams; each team will have a minimum of four players, and a maximum of eight. Each team will be assigned a local wheelchair rugby athlete for guidance and competitive play. The minimum participation donation is $350 per team which includes a t-shirt and lunch for all participants. Adaptive Athletics at the University of Houston is offering a safe and fun experience for those interested in trying this unique sport, we hope to see you out there!

Come learn why you should run for political office & take notes on how it's done! (Event is non-partisan) Featured Speakers: Houston City Councilwoman Wanda Adams, Former State Representative Martha Wong, Houston School Board Trustee Juliet Stipeche, Harris County Department of Education Board Trustee Erica Lee Lunch is provided. RSVP to Sarah Davenport at by November4, 2013


UH Football at UCF

We are holding this DACA Clinic to assist UH students and local high school students in filling out their DACA applications, as many have not and are missing out on the wonderful opportunities that DACA allows undocumented students to seek. To give you a little bit of background on DACA, certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and would then be eligible for work authorization. Deferred action does not provide an individual with lawful status. DACA allows certain undocumented youth to integrate into society by obtaining employment authorization and a Social Security Number, which then opens the doors to getting a driver's license and start credit history. Unfortunately, for various reasons, less than 50% of those eligible have applied. It is our mission to change this and provide the empowerment to these UH students that comes with having a DACA application approved. WHAT: DACA Clinic WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 9th, 11AM-2PM WHERE: 217 Agnes Arnold Hall