Volume 2, Issue 2 University of Houston
Courtesy of Blaffer Gallery
In the same way that mobile clinics provide health care to communities,
the Blaffer Gallery's Mobile Art Quest -- an art museum built in a 15-by-45-foot
trailer -- will reach out to give Houston-area children a taste of art
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics figures project a 14 percent growth
in employment over the next decade, and UH College of Business Administration
students should be able to keep up with those projections.
The UH ROTC team placed seventh out of 25 teams participating in the
fifth annual Brigade Ranger Challenge, held in October at Fort Hood.
The city of Houston will accept Christmas trees for recycling Dec. 29
through Jan. 9 at 12 area locations.
Nearly two years ago, Billy Joel announced that he would no longer record
rock 'n' roll music, choosing instead to turn his talents to classical
composition. If his decision never to tour again is indeed etched in stone,
Joel's Dec. 16 show at Compaq Center was one hell of a way to go out.
Attention, last-minute shoppers: Here's the rundown on this season's
hottest gaming gifts. And if you can't find a Dreamcast, don't despair
-- there may be hope.
Even if you can't make it to Times Square, there will be plenty of local
opportunities to ring in the new year.
As Christmas approaches, it's time to consider what Santa's really like.
Maybe he doesn't like red. Maybe he's a woman. Maybe he operates a sweatshop.
Ho ho what?
The end of the year is the perfect time to revisit 1999's musical highs
and lows, from boy bands to Kid Rock the ever-present Ricky Martin. And
whither the love affair with Britney Spears?
Two members of the UH football team -- seniors Greg Brown and Mike Green -- are preparing for postseason all-star football games.
After posting an impressive 40-24 record, a No. 24 national ranking and a regular-season conference championship for the first time in 39 years, the UH baseball team is poised to continue 1999's successful campaign into the new millennium.