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The University of Houston-Victoria welcomed community leaders and supporters Tuesday evening to its 2018-2019 UHV President’s Annual Report & Excellence Awards to celebrate a year of growth and present awards to a community leader, a foundation with a long history of supporting the unive…

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The holiday season is here, and community members will have a special opportunity to contribute to the University of Houston-Victoria during the university’s fourth annual Giving Tuesday campaign, including the opportunity to help the university meet a matching challenge goal.

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The University of Houston- Victoria/American Book Review Reading Series is preparing for its spring series featuring five award-winning novelists, poets and essayists, including a Pushcart Prize winner and a National Endowment for the Arts fellow.

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When Amaranth Borsuk, the next presenter in the University of Houston-Victoria/American Book Review Reading Series, was in graduate school, she found herself in a strange dichotomy between working at the letterpress studio at a Los Angeles art college while also doing research on electronic …

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December graduates from the University of Houston-Victoria will be the first group to participate in a new university tradition: UHV-specific graduation regalia.

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Recently, I came across an article that got me thinking. The author advocated for allowing your children to fail, noting, “I recently told (my son) it’s my job to let him fail while he’s still at home with me because he needs to learn how to lose his ---- and then pick it up and move forward…

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The Executive Directors of the Cuero Chamber and Main Street teamed up and represented Cuero for two days during the last week of the Texas State Fair, working the Heritage booth in the Go Texan Pavilion. Several visitors stopped by to pick up brochures and learn about all the amazing places…

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The University of Houston-Victoria Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Building may not be open yet, but it’s already won an award for architectural design from the Corpus Christi chapter of a national architecture group.

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Registration for Victoria College’s traditional Spring 2020 classes – those that lead to a degree, certificate or university transfer – will begin at 7:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 4, and run through 5 p.m. Jan. 9.

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Victoria College will hold two Power Line Worker Information Sessions from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room 226 of the Industrial Training Center at VC’s Emerging Technology Complex.

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The Victoria Regional History Center, based inside the new University of Houston-Victoria University Commons, now has more than a decade of new photographs and negatives from the Victoria Advocate, as well as bound issues of the newspaper up to 2005.

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For the second year in a row, the University of Houston-Victoria set a fundraising record by raising more than $3 million in donations during the 2018-2019 fiscal year and achieving several smaller records, including the number of donors and support from alumni.

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After serving 12 years as president of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Randy Vivian saw firsthand the impact Victoria College makes on the community and beyond.

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Representatives from the University of Houston System, UHV, UH and the Katy community participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 14 for the new Katy Academic Building that houses classes for UHV and UH programs. The new location is a three-story, 80,000-square-foot building at 22400 Grand…

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Every parent wants to know their child is performing well academically in school. It should come as no surprise that the child’s parent is the most important person who can help their child give the best performance in school.

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The University of Houston-Victoria is kicking off a new quarterly Alumni Networking Luncheon series with a presentation from alumni David and Tammy Murphy, owners and operators of Victoria’s Chick-fil-A restaurants.

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The University of Houston-Victoria’s Bachelor of Science in criminal justice recently was ranked nationally on The Best Schools’ Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Programs top 50 list for factors that included its academic excellence, faculty scholarship, reputation and financial aid.

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University of Houston-Victoria students pick up trash in September during a beach cleanup trip to Mustang Island near Port Aransas. Twenty-five students spent the morning picking up trash along the beach, then spent time relaxing in the sun and surf. Some community members saw the students c…

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Victoria College’s 2019-20 Lyceum Lecture Series will continue at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 21 with former NASA astronaut and International Space Station commander Leroy Chiao speaking at the Victoria Fine Arts Center.

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    Wonderful program...except they are not crocheting, they are using a knitting loom. I do love how they are teaching them to use the looms, a terrific skill!

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    Mrs. Tally,I also have a special place in my heart for diplomacy and those who practice it. It seems I have the same biases you presented in your piece, which are rare here in Gerrymanderville…

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    Anti-left letters obviously refers to letter writers,not those who respond to them. I would know since I wrote the rebuttal. But whatever...

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    No, check again your Nov 15 post, clearly says "anti-left letters" and does not refer to orig writer. And I have no way to know what you read or when. Regardless your reply to orig author had …

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    Sad... Dixie was Abraham Lincoln's favorite tune. In fact he ordered it played while overlooking the ruins of Richmond, Va. after the war.

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