|Thursday, March 30, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 122
Concerns linger after decision on fee law suit
Rock 'n' roll, man ... rock 'n' roll
Local band goneblind rocks the University Center during Wednesday's lunch hour. Goneblind is one of the many bands appearing on campus as part of the Student Program Board's Wednesday Concerts.
Although advocates of free speech on college campuses deemed last week's
U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding the use of mandatory student fees
to fund campus organizations a victory, some remain concerned about the
Earlier this month, I wrote a column about the school shooting in Michigan
in which I wondered aloud whether the death penalty should apply to a 6-year-old
child. Two letters I received seriously raked me over the coals for such
a "horrifying" position. One even stated that it is "obvious" I am a Republican.
I dare you to start polling Republicans and see if any would agree that
executing kids is a good idea, because I would be amazed if you could find
With Asian culture on the rise in America, it is no surprise that there
is a newly built shopping center in Houston specifically focusing on the
This weekend, UH will dedicate its new track and field complex honoring two lions in Cougar track and field history.