Volume 8, Issue 1
University of Houston
FORT WORTH BOWL UPDATE:
Houston melts under national
as Jayhawks out-cougar the
Pin Lim/Breaking News
'Tis the season ... :
Shopping, ice skating and a 65-foot Christmas tree bring thousands of people
to The Galleria each holiday season.
HRM prof wins whistleblower
lawsuit against UH
A Harris County jury found Dec. 14 Conrad N. Hilton
College of Hotel and Restaurant Management professor Stephen Barth was
retaliated against for reporting possible criminal activity by the college's
Parking Enforcement more
than just meter maids
UH Parking Enforcement officials want the campus
community to know their responsibilities go beyond writing tickets. They
also assist students, faculty and staff in whatever way they can.
Staff survey deadline
extended to Thursday
UH staff members have until Thursday to complete
and turn in the Staff Needs Assessment Survey, which will be used to inform
the Staff Council and the administration.
Faculty Senate elects new
The Faculty Senate elected officers and committee
members for 2006 during its Dec. 7 meeting.
more likely 'Playing' the fool
Depeche Mode has gotten “the comeback” down to a
science, releasing an album every four or five years in hopes that fans
who have already forgotten about the band will feel nostalgic again.
Christmas boils down
to nothing but hot cocoa
Christmas time is here at last, which means lots
of holiday good cheer and very few available parking spaces.
Breaking News Comics
of souls, rapiers of innocence
Houston seeks victory
in Fort Worth
The Cougars will enter their second postseason play
in three seasons on Friday, when they take on Kansas in the Fort Worth
Bowl. With a 0-2 all-time record against Kansas, the Cougar's go into this
bowl game with a slight chip on their shoulders.
Men's basketball leaves
Top 25 after upset
The men's basketball team was allowed five days
to experience life as a Top 25 team, before falling victim to its first
upset of the season.
Two Lady Cougars post
season highs in loss
The Lady Cougars dropped their third straight game
after Dartmouth rode a 14-8 run in the final minutes of Monday night's
game, defeating UH 76-69 at Hofheinz Pavilion.