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Campus OK for Y2K

The 'eyes' have it

UH's school partnerships help students prepare for teaching careers

Virginia student government supports mandatory fees


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Movie review: Magnolia gives 'oddity' a new definition

Album Review: Old-school hip-hop artist Rakim proves that he is The Master

The Wrestling Report:  Millennium Madness

Album Reviews: Tupac comes back to life on Still I Rise; Juvenile lays down Tha G-Code

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Whitlock: McCain and Bradley aren't without their faults

McGuire: It's a vicious circle

Staff Editorial: Ignoring Alabama HIV appeal could set dangerous precedent

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M. Basketball unable to claim victory over UConn, Texas

Heated contests give hoops fans a glimpse of what's to come

UH baseball ranked No. 6 by Baseball America

W. basketball comes away with split at Holiday Classic


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Volume 2, Issue 3                                    University of Houston

 

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Leaves begone: Grounds crews use blowers and rakes to clear away fallen leaves from the campus Tuesday afternoon. The unseasonably warm weather earlier this fall and winter meant the leaves dropped from many Houston-area trees later than usual.

Campus OK for Y2K

As the UH campus re-opened Monday on the first business day of the new year, concerns over how the University's computers would react to any Y2K glitches proved unfounded. "So far today, we've received zero calls on desktop systems," Steven Green, Year 2000 Project office manager, said Monday afternoon.
 

The 'eyes' have it

All eyes are on the UH College of Optometry's Texas Eye Research and Technology Center, which gives students and faculty members the opportunity to become involved in research and development of optometry products.
 

UH's school partnerships help students prepare for teaching careers

UH's partnerships with HISD and Spring Branch ISD, in which education students teach classes as part of their last two semesters of study, help prepare UH students for the real world.
 

Virginia student government supports mandatory fees

As the academic world awaits the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in University of Wisconsin vs. Southworth, another student fee argument has been decided at the University of Virginia -- and the outcome was in favor of mandatory fees.
 

Movie review: Magnolia gives 'oddity' a new definition

The pool of characters in Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia fills the niches of human life, forming a story about interconnected lives that are fragile, flawed and magnificently realistic.
 

Album review: Old-school hip-hop artist Rakim proves that he is The Master

Before the blunt-laced voice of the Notorious B.I.G., the socially conscious rhymes of Tupac and the unorthodox freestyles of Jay-Z, there was only one master: Rakim. His newest release, The Master, showcases Rakim's second-to-none skills.
 

The Wrestling Report: Millennium madness

Yeah, I know. You've had enough of all the millennium lists. But really, would there really be a point to living if you hadn't read The Wrestling Report's Top 10 List of the Last Millennium?
 

Album reviews: Tupac comes back to life on Still I Rise; Juvenile lays down Tha G-Code
 

Breaking News Comics
 

Whitlock: McCain and Bradley aren't without their faults

Not so long ago, Bill Clinton was the most scrutinized man in America. Now it's George W. Bush. But no one bothers to take a good look at John McCain or Bill Bradley, the men being billed as "serious threats" to the presidential frontrunners.
 

McGuire: Reading -- it's a vicious circle

Forget television -- take a walk through the dangerous, mind-numbing, socially destructive world of books.
 

Staff Editorial: Ignoring Alabama HIV appeal could set dangerous precedent
 

M. Basketball unable to claim victory over UConn, Texas

The UH basketball team knew it had its hands full heading into last week. First came Connecticut -- the defending national champion, currently ranked No. 2. Then, on Sunday, UH traveled to Austin for an intrastate battle with No. 18 Texas -- the defending Big 12 champ. Chopped liver they are not.
 

Heated contests give hoops fans a glimpse of what's to come

UH basketball fans had the opportunity to peer into the crystal ball last week to see what hoops life on campus may be like in the near future. And it looks like they have a lot to get excited about when it comes to their men's basketball team in the coming years.
 

UH baseball ranked No. 6 by Baseball America

For the second time in three weeks, the UH baseball team was able to crack the Top 10 in a national baseball magazine preseason poll. This time it was Baseball America, which ranks UH higher than any other Texas school at No. 6 in the country.
 

W. Basketball comes away with split at Holiday Classic

The Lady Cougars suffered a loss to No. 3-ranked Louisiana Tech 94-49 in the first round of the State Farm Holiday Classic on Dec. 28 and 29, but defeated Southeastern Louisiana 70-66 to bring their record to 2-8 on the season.

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