Volume 9, Issue
University of Houston
UH adopts new wireless network
UHWireless is now the exclusive wireless network for the University
following the retirement of the wireless network Tsunami Jan. 2.
prompts renovation efforts
The Lamar Fleming and Fred J. Heyne Buildings have undergone
construction over winter break because of heavy rains this fall, and
renovations for the two facilities are expected to last through March,
according to UH Today.
Update: Trends in 2006 can be expected
to continue in new year
The past year has brought intriguing material from several notable
artists from a variety of genres.
holidays celebrated throughout the year
Time to mark those new calendars with an abundance of bizarre and
unique holidays for the coming year.
for Wii more interactive, but fumbles with poor graphics, lack of
This isn’t your grandpa’s Madden. It may seem graphically challenged
compared to its next generation comrades, but Madden NFL 2007
on the Nintendo Wii provides a unique and engrossing game experience
that overshadows the same old animations, commentary and game play.
early campaign examines old issues
Former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., is running for president of the
United States of America -- and you heard it first on YouTube.com. The
online announcement aired on the evening of Dec. 27 with the rest of
the media catching up the following morning.
should not divide societies
The most recent Christmas holidays have been the culmination
month-long discussion about the use of the phrase “merry
fall short in Liberty Bowl shootout
A deafening noise attacked the Cougars from every angle, forcing
senior quarterback Kevin Kolb and the UH offense into a silent count.
for conference showdown
with East Carolina
It has been eight games since the return of junior guard Tye
Jackson, and the Cougar women's basketball team has taken off