Posted on · Episode: 3072 The brewer, chemist and statistician William Sealy Gosset. Today, a master brewer and a statistician.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · Micheal Brown wants to major in political science and become a lawyer or politician
Posted on · As students across the country walked out of their schools in a show of solidarity and a demonstration for gun control reform, music — as always — was a constant presence.
Posted on · High School athletes often raise money door-to-door for their teams. In Newton, Mass., a football player rang the doorbell of a leading brain injury researcher. Instead of money, he got a talk.
Posted on · At this time there is no threat to the school or students on campus and there are no reports of injuries
Posted on · 12-year-old student was told to draw a picture of herself as a slave, color the picture, then write a sentence
Posted on · Student run prayer to remain for Texas school board meetings
Posted on · When Woodlands High School student was threatened, the district offered to let her move schools
Posted on · Texas Sen. Paul Bettencourt introduced SB 7 that passed unanimously in the Senate (March 7, 2017). The proposed bill toughens penalties for educator misconduct in Texas — specifically to crack down on improper student-teacher relationships. It's been a topic of interest for some lawmakers and educators for a number of years now. How big is […]
Posted on · For most students, school is place to learn and socialize with friends. But it can mean much more for kids who don't have a home. In Texas, more than 65,000 students are considered homeless. By the time she was 17 years old, Crystal Lovings had bounced from her father to her grandmother to child protective […]
Posted on · We learn about a 72-year-old Robert Lincoln Straight, who’ll earn his art degree May 9 from the University of Houston.
Posted on · Houston is a city constantly in flux, redefining itself, rethinking itself. In a community and – letâs face it â a society constantly on the move, we can sometimes lose historical and cultural experiences along the way.Â From Astroworld’s carousel (left) to the downtown Houston Foleyâs department store, from homes and offices to hotels, stores, […]
Posted on · The annual Shell Eco-marathon challenges student teams from across the globe to design, build and test ultra energy-efficient vehicles. The 2013 marathon took place in Houston. We hear from a pair of participants.