|Wednesday, March 22, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 116
UH: Paul Chu didn't steal superconductor idea
'Three (girls at) the fountain'
Medical tech freshman Ha Hoang, kneeling, pre-pharmacy freshman Nhung Nguyen, top left, and University Studies freshman Nattaya Wong enjoy their lunch Tuesday at the Cullen Family Plaza fountains.
The University has denied allegations that two University of Alabama
physicists are the true inventors of a superconducting composition patented
by C.W. "Paul" Chu, head of UH's Texas Center for Superconductivity.
This week, I am writing with a heavy heart. A person who is precious
and special to me is sick and in the hospital. It is the sadness of times
such as these that knock my optimistic nature to the ground like the school
bully who never seems to graduate.
If you would like your recital, master class or even your birthday (MSM
students only, please) announced in Moores Music Notes, e-mail announcements
(if you are submitting your birthday, please include your major and classification).
The Houston Cougar baseball team did not spend its Spring Break like most typical college students.