|Thursday, March 2, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 107
2,500 votes estimated cast in SA elections
Senior biology major Tamar Ahmed serves students delicious treats at the International Students' Organization's annual Food Fair in Butler Plaza on Wednesday.
Despite bickering and accusations among Students' Association candidates
Wednesday, preliminary estimates of voter turnout from the Election Commission
indicate this year's election may have seen the highest number of votes
of any in recent memory.
A person might be surprised to hear that UH was a hotbed of Communist
subversion in the early 1950s. At least that was public sentiment during
the "Red Scare" years. And Texans were in no mood to put up with any communism.
As early as January 1947, the Houston Chamber of Commerce was asking, "Has
America's campaign for tolerance backfired?"
Kaldi Cafe, hidden in the Heights area, is the perfect quiet cafe to
unwind for lunch or dinner. But lunch and dinner aren't the only things
the cafe offers.
Different night, same story.