|Monday, August 7, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 165
SGA focuses on policy
'If you join, you get a free pen.'
Scott Sherril informs Mia McCloud of one of the University's programs at the UH booth during the Women's Exposition Aug. 5 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
The Student Government Association was presented five bills at its last
meeting, focusing mainly on SGA policy and UH administration interference
in SGA business.
Yes indeed, it's been an important time in politics. We've seen powerful, elected officials and ordinary people coming together, uniting for a cause. It culminated in the moment when Bush took the stage to humbly and gratefully accept his party's nomination for president of the United States.
It's all been about as compelling as watching paint dry.
The Man Who is the latest album from Scottish alternative group
Travis. The band's debut Good Feeling featured "All I Want To Do
Is Rock," the band's hit shown on the late 120 Minutes and MTV2.
It's pretty sad when institutions like the University of Hawaii have
to result to dropping traditions to avoid the labels and stereotypes of
ignorant people. The possible move doesn't set a good example for the school's
students and for the rest of the world.