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The UH Tilman J. Fertitta Family College of Medicine: For the City
By Max Hosaka with Grace Conroy The University of Houston’s College of Medicine holds a white coat ceremony to welcome its first incoming class on August 8, 2020. All photos courtesy of the Tilman J. Fertitta Family College of Medicine unless otherwise noted. Nestled just beyond downtown Houston sits “the largest medical city in the […]
Pass The Naan
My wife, D’Arcy, had her birthday dinner at Bombay Sweets Restaurant in the Little India District of Houston in 2010. While driving down Hillcroft Avenue, we noticed new toppers adorning the neighborhood street signs proclaiming, “Mahatma Gandhi District,” complete with a small engraving of the revered Indian leader. “Wait—when did that get there? Is this […]
Houston: The City and the University
Chancellor and President Renu Khator discusses the road to Tier One and the future of the University.