Volume 3, Issue 3
University of Houston
Chris Galloway/Breaking News
Crews work to complete renovations at the University Park
student housing complex on Interstate 45 near the UH campus. The housing
project, a renovation of an old motel, will not be complete until April
because of problems with city occupancy and restaurant permits.
New housing complex
won't open until April
Problems with occupancy and restaurant permits from the city of Houston
have pushed the opening of the new University Park housing complex back
Golden Globe nomination
Icelandic musician Björk has received a Golden Globe nomination
for her outstanding work in the film Dancer in the Dark, which is
being re-released in theaters.
In Hollywood, the year
of the woman?
One thing is clear heading into the new year: women are making a comeback
in the biggest movies. Here's a look at two of the best, the action-packed
Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Sandra Bullock's Miss Congeniality.
A white Christmas,
the Margaret Mitchell way
As the rest of us while away our holidays in sunny Texas, Margaret Mitchell
finds a winter wonderland in icy Canada. It's an experience she'll never
Lady Coogs edge
out win over Raiders, prepare for South Florida and Cincinnati
The Lady Cougars held on for a win in its first home game in nearly
a month, defeating the Middle Tennessee State Lady Raiders 77-72 on Saturday.
Wild finishes may prove
BCS can't crown true national champion
The human race can come up with a time machine, the Hubble telescope
and build a habitat in space, but it can't come up with a simple plan to
determine a college football champion. Television can, however, come up
with a bowl game for every team that wins one more game than it loses during
the course of a season.
Spartans reclaim top
spot in poll; conference action under way
The defending champion Michigan State Spartans find themselves in a
familiar position this week on top of the Associated Press Top 25 Poll:
looking down at the competition.