|Friday, October 15, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 39
Former drug czar talks about addiction, solutions
'Tastes like chicken'
Students sample food fromvarious cultures during the College of Pharmacy's International Day Celebration, held Thursday in front of the UH Science Center.
At yesterday's lecture, "Addiction as a Teacher: Lessons for the Family
Today," former White House drug czar Robert L. DuPont focused on drug use
While marriage itself is perhaps the government's business, dictating
who should be allowed to marry who is not. In the past, laws prevented
blacks from marrying whites. That was changed. Now it's time to change
the laws that prohibit same-sex marriages.
Don't let your exposure to new art be limited to Houston's larger museums
and exhibits. Local artist Matt Harvill's current art display respectably
employs the proverb "good things come in small packages."
The UH men's and women's basketball team will host the Fourth Annual
Midnight Madness festivities at 10:30 p.m. tonight at Hofheinz Pavilion.