|Volume 1, Issue 2||
Wednesday, January 23, 1999
In News Today . . .
University of Houston Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and
Provost Edward Sheridan announced Wednesday the completion of the new 42-
hour core curriculum for Fall 1999.
A few weeks ago, I did a very bad thing.
It was the last day of class, and English had just ended. Most of the
people in my class are pretty good friends, so I suggested that we all
go out to a movie together. It turned out that everyone had somewhere to
go except for this one girl. So we hopped in her car and went to see Psycho.
We went to a party after the movie, and later, she took me home. We sat
out on my porch for quite a while, just talking. Well, okay, I was flirting
with her. Hardcore.
Shakespeare in Love is an impressive film about the writing process behind Romeo and Juliet. Included in the stellar cast are Joseph Finnes as William Shakespeare and Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola De Lesseps, Shakespeare’s love interest.
Late last week, the world lost one of its greatest inhabitants, former
Cougar golf coach Dave Williams. Williams was widely considered the "Father
of College Golf" revolutionizing the game from the past, where match play
ruled, to the present, in which stroke play competition allows a greater
number of teams to compete in the same tournament.
In Memorium: UH golf legend Dave Williams. 1918-1998/Courtesy of UH Sports Information.
In Comics Today . . .
Cougar Comics go online!
City sidewalks, busy sidwalks . . .
Just in time for the 5-week winter break, the Physical Plant finishes construction on the sidewalks between the Communication Building and Lot 16.