|Wednesday, September 22, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 22
Program to help UH engineers
Stay away from the gutter
Computer and electrical engineering freshman Thank Nguyen practices his bowling game Tuesday at Cougar Lanes in the University Center.
Creators of a new engineering distribution program that began this semester
at UH believe their efforts will eventually expand opportunities for future
engineers in all branches of the field.
Top story: Scientists have now linked violent TV shows and video games to the horrible acts of the new generation. But first, a look at how this woman found the man of her dreams online.
Brian McKnight, the soulful singer/songwriter/musician who seemed to
finally win over the hearts of the mainstream audience with 1997's release
of Anytime, is back with a new album that is sure to please his
mainstream listeners even more.
The nature of college football resembles much about society as a whole. Organizations with more money tend to be more successful, and schools with more money are supposed to be more successful.
'Fall's here! Fall's here!'
Biology sophomore Sonya Budhwani and psychology major Lizna Budhwani relax at the Cullen fountains on Tuesday, first official day of fall.