|UHV/ABR poet writes about spiritual endurance in difficult dynamics|
Cyrus Cassells said he didn’t intended to write “The Crossed-Out Swastika,” but the book of poems about the integrity of young people during World War II insisted on being created.
|Dalkey Archive Press authors front-runners for Nobel Prize|
A pair of authors whose books Dalkey Archive Press has translated into English are among the favorites for the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature.
|UHV earns recognition for landscaping, beautification|
|UHV women’s soccer ranked No. 25|
The University of Houston-Victoria women’s soccer team made school history Tuesday becoming the first UHV soccer team to be ranked in the Top 25.
|UHV seventh in nation for fastest-growing student enrollment|
A national higher education publication has listed the University of Houston-Victoria as the seventh fastest-growing U.S. public master’s university from 2003 to 2013.
|Dalkey Archive Press publishes first books after relocation to UHV|
Dalkey Archive Press is kicking off the fall semester with a new home, six new books from four countries and plans to offer its Applied Literary Translation program at the University of Houston-Victoria.
|Victoria libraries team up for Banned Books Week events|
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