|Thursday, April 13, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 132
Ray re-eleceted; Fiesta mud encumbers SGA
Madelyn Randle, left, ot the University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center, administers a free hepatitis B and C test to University Studies sophomore Keith Luster on Wednesday at the University Center Satellite. The testing is part of a UT research study to identify any nontraditional risk factors in hepatitis transmission.
At Wednesday's meeting of the Student Government Association Senate,
members left their mark on the new administration by electing Justin Ray
as their speaker.
We are all growing more ignorant by the minute, and there is nothing
we can do about it. Despite our best efforts, the amount of information
in the world is multiplying at an ever-increasing rate and, as individuals,
we simply can not keep up. Even when jamming our minds with as much information
as possible, we are falling farther and farther behind. Welcome to the
For Astros fans who want to grab a bite to eat after a weeknight game
at Enron Field, the pickings are pretty slim downtown. The area around
the stadium hasn't developed enough to sprout restaurants yet, and for
some reason most of the downtown eateries where casually dressed baseball
fans could dine close their kitchens around 10 p.m. -- about the time Astros
games let out.
This is what it all comes down to. This is what they have worked so hard all season to reach.