The M. D. Anderson Memorial Library lies at the crossroads of the sprawling University of Houston (UH) campus. The library is the heart of the university, serving as a retreat for students in between classes and a resource for the experienced and aspiring scholars. The 250,000-square-foot behemoth—representing just one part of the UH Library System—began […]
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On Call by Choice: Life Stories of Houston EMS
By Houston History Magazine on December 8, 2016 in Business and Industry, Health and Medicine, Houstonians, Hurricanes, Race & Ethnicity
The Houston Fire Department Emergency Medical Services (HFD EMS) has pioneered emergency medical protocols, leading the way for departments across the country, but behind the history are the individuals who stand ready every day of the year
UH at 85
By Houston History Magazine on November 26, 2012 in Education, University of Houston
Joe Pratt, who has watched the UH campus evolve for over two-thirds of its existence, reflects on 85 years of UH history.