Library staff worked throughout pandemic to deliver invaluable documents, digitization and much more.
To study the subject adequately is ‘to study pretty much everything’
The all-analog Low-Fi film series from the Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts (VADA) will conclude its weekly screenings with a bang May 6, marking the end of an era.
A midwife named Annie Hagen “came to Houston with 50 cents and through her industry and thrift … accumulated a nice bit of property” around the turn of the 20th century.
The famed folk musicians will be joined by Guy Clark biographer Tamara Saviano.
Her popular Rice History Corner blog will continue to live on.
These undergrads are partnering with the Woodson Research Center to document an unprecedented campus closure.
Catching a concert in Houston was a little different in the 1970s, and not only because the ticket prices were more affordable.
A 1907 guide for immigrants illuminates a fascinating chapter in Texas history.