|Friday, September 10, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 14
Sorority rush a chance to get involved
'I love a parade'
A mounted Houston police officer surveys the crowd during Wednesday's downtown parade held in honor of the Houston Comets. The Coments defeated the New york Liberty in a best-of-three-games series to retain the WNBA Championship.
New students at a large university can be overwhelmed by the changes confronting them as they begin college. It may be difficult for them to get involved in the campus lifestyle without a little help from their friends.
For some women beginning school at UH, the answer to that problem may
lie in joining a sorority.
"You are overweight." Those were the words that appeared on www.healthstatus.com
as the primary health problem that could cause my body to expire prematurely.
They were not kind words to my ears. The words cut through my heart, soul
and self-esteem like a blade.
Love Stinks tells the story of how a seemingly perfect relationship
can sour into one from hell. This is a refreshing change of pace from the
typical summer romantic comedy.
The UH soccer team will try to continue its winning ways this weekend when it travels to College Station for the Nike Aggieland Classic.