|Thursday, February 4, 1999||
Volume 64, Issue 86
Changes in project keep 'Grove' behind schedule
When UH students left campus for the winter break, they left behind an unfinished and inactive construction area between the Moores School of Music and Fine Arts buildings.
When they returned, they found the same site, still inactive and still
unfinished. In fact, workers have not been to the project -- intended to
replace sidewalks leading to academic buildings and Parking Lot 16 -- in
more than a month.
I am not a God-damned hippie! All the hippies cared about was peace
and love! They were too flippin' high to realize how valuable hemp could
be to our modern society.
At 8 p.m. Sunday, NBC will air the first part of The Î60s, a
two-part movie made for television which is being dubbed "the movie event
of a generation."
For an opening-day game, it was a pretty good debut for the No. 24-ranked
Houston Cougar baseball team.
The dog days of January
Mille Chen's English class, made up of intertational students from the Language and Culture Center, takes advantage of Wednesday's temperate weather to study at Cullen Family Plaza.