|Tuesday, February 16, 1999||
Volume 64, Issue 94
Students celebrate a new year, minor
Today marks the beginning of a new year on the Chinese calendar, but
UH students, faculty and staff got to an early start Monday by celebrating
a newly improved minor in Chinese Studies.
I still feel that there are many reasons to but American [sic], but
because they are assembled in the United states in not onw of them.
While he may not possess the name appeal of Garth Brooks or the sex
appeal of Shania Twain, Beaumont-native Mark Chesnutt's brand of country
music continues to have a distinguished appeal all its own.
Today's matchup with UT marks the fifth consecutive game in which the
Cougars play a nationally ranked opponent.
Tooting your own horn
Junior music major Jacob Garlinger practices his trumpet Saturday before marching in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Parade.