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Pearland's DFNC Virtual Trivia Nights

PEARLAND, HOUSTON, TX — The Delores Fenwick Nature Center’s Virtual Trivia Nights will continue this year since its first launch in May 2020. The center will hold the trivia nights every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7 PM. This program is made just for adults, so test your skills against your friends on this challenging trial of knowledge.
Houston, TXPosted by
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Five Military Veterans competes for entrepreneurship fund

HOUSTON — The Houston Community College and the University of St.Thomas have launched a program to help military veterans become entrepreneurs at no cost. The program — called the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) — also receives support from numerous well-known corporations such as Microsoft, Wells Fargo, and The McNair Foundation.
Houston, TXPosted by
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Extreme Weather Ready Expo opens for public

HOUSTON — The annual Extreme Weather Ready Expo is back this year on June 12 from 10 a.m to 1 p.m in Lot C of Minute Maid Park. The event is also known as Hurricane Workshop, which aims to provide knowledge on preparing and anticipating extreme weather situations through interactive weather forecasting and presentations.
Houston, TXPosted by
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Ivan Allen College Schools introduces two new minors

Naassom Azevedo/UnsplashATLANTA — Two new minors will be offered to students starting this fall in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. They are African Studies and Latin American and Latinx Studies. The new African Studies minor is jointly offered by the Schools of Modern Languages, Economics; Literature, Media, and Communication; Public Policy, and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.
Houston, TXPosted by
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Study tries to understand how sediment affects urban streams

Ivan Bandura/UnsplashHOUSTON — Flooding is an unavoidable reality for a city built on a floodplain. On top of that, proposals to mitigate it may not be realistic. A minimum of one-sixth the volume of Galveston Island of sediment was swept downstream during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. This problem has caused ongoing issues in the city.
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Safety experts offer tips to prepare for hurricane season

HOUSTON — Experts at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) said that preparing in advance is the best way to face hurricane season. Weather experts have warned Americans to prepare for an active and potentially dangerous Atlantic season, which officially started on June 1, with expected potential heavy rain and strong winds and the threat of power loss.