|Teusday, March 7, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 110
Miller, Webb settle SA election complaints
'I'd do anything for more beads'
Revelers clog the streets of Galveston during Mardi Gras weekend, hoping to catch a strand of plastic beads flung from one of the festival's parade floats.
Complaints regarding the manner in which this year's Students' Association
general elections were carried out were settled Monday with a promise to
review -- and possibly reform -- the SA's Election Code so similar issues
do not arise in future years.
One of the fundamental debates that occurs every four years, signaling
the upcoming presidential elections, is the debate over taxes. The Republicans
want to give the American people their "hard-earned" money back in the
form of tax cuts. The Democrats want to raise taxes in our time of prosperity,
so that all people, regardless of their work ethic, can "participate in
our booming economy."
The 68th edition of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo completed its
Y2K run this past weekend by breaking just about every record possible.
Everyone, from 8-21 UH to 28-2 Cincinnati, is ready to begin the "second season" -- the one that really counts, after all. The slates have been wiped clean and it's go time for all, even for the teams who won't be dancing much in late March.