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The Ultimate College Finals Study Guide: Exam Prep 101

Two girls studying for finals

Whether you’re gearing up for your first round of exams or you’re a seasoned expert at studying for finals, it’s important to be prepared. Here are some tips to make sure you are ready!   Looking for more information on Exam Schedules? Contact the Registrar’s Office today!   Exam Prep Tip #1: Know Where to…

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7 Things To Do In Houston For Free | Houston for the Budget-Conscious

College students’ finances are geared toward paying for textbooks and tuition and rent, first and foremost. Whatever is left is the let’s-have-fun fund, and it might not be a lot. So what’s better than finding things that you can do for free? Here are seven interesting and free things to do in Houston: Miller Time!…

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Is Google Making Us Stupid? A Decade Later, the Question Still Matters

Google Search: Is Google Making Us Stupid?

Editor’s Note: In 2008, Nichollas Carr published an article in The Atlantic posing the question “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” Today, Google is even more intimately woven into countless facets of society, from how we shop and search for information to how we connect with others – Google is even said to be developing driverless…

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Pro-Life Club at University of St. Thomas Honors Abortion Victims

Celts for Life club members create Cemetery of the Innocents

Just as the midday sun began heating up on the Academic Mall yesterday, students from Celts for Life – a pro-life student organization at the University of St. Thomas in Houston – hammered 3,288 small wooden crosses into the grass in front of the Chapel of St. Basil. The sign nearby read: “Each cross honors…

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From the Classroom to the Operating Room: A Journey of a UST Grad

Jamie Hernandez

By Dr. Jamie Hernandez ’05, M.D. As a pro-life physician, I value the ethical foundation that UST laid in my life. My ability to make life-changing recommendations to my patients is not only based on the best scientific information, but also on sound ethical principles that I learned at UST. As far back as I…

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