Volume 9, Issue
University of Houston
students published in journal
Dean of Cullen College of Engineering
to retire as administrator
Raymond W. Flumerfelt, dean of the
College of Engineering, recently announced he will retire from his
administrative position as of Fall 2007.
A study examining the use of the word “refugee” in reference
victims and evacuees by a group of graduate students at the School of
Communication won the top paper award at a conference that was held at
Louisiana State University.
'Apocalypto' proves a poor revelation
Heavy carnage, absurd plot turns hinder Mel
Geibon's latest epic.
End of year
provides several gems
This year has brought several interesting things in music. One of
the facts that we learned is that record sales don’t have the same
credible reputation as they used to have.
breaks through female literary stereotypes
A collection of short stories written by
women doesn't boast a feminist agenda.
rejects plan for required religion course
People over at those Ivy League schools may have
brains, but they don’t have spines.
can't find shooting touch in desert,
fall to No. 11 Arizona
TUCSON, Ariz. -- The three-point line toyed with
them. The seductive curve presented itself in a manner that the Cougars
could not refuse.
fast start at Troy Classic halted by USC
After scoring 11 points in the first half, the Cougar women's
basketball team rallied to put up 31 in the second, but it wasn't
enough as the Southern California Trojans beat UH 65-42 and ended
Houston's run in the two-day Troy Classic on Saturday in Los Angeles.
ready to take center stage at Liberty Bowl
With New Year’s Day fast approaching, the Cougars would like
nothing more than to get the fireworks started a bit early Dec. 29 at
the Liberty Bowl.