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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

Books are an important part of the world, and everyone should have the ability to read the thoughts and ideas in each.