|Friday, October 29, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 49
Seven attend activist meeting; group may form
Down in front
Students practice prior to a wheelchair basketball game on the Wheeler courts Thursday evening. The game, in shich non-handicapped students played in wheelchairs, was part of Disabiity Awareness Week at UH.
An informal group focusing on bringing students and faculty together
to encourage political action got off to a small start Thursday.
You know what I can't stand? Pokémon. Now, before I get a whole
bunch of e-mails about this, let me tell you something: This is my opinion.
I know many people are fanatical about this craze, so I don't need you
writing me trying to convince me otherwise -- nor do I need you to write
me telling me I'm stupid for not liking Pokémon.
A romantic comedy usually rides on the cutesy style that features the
same formula we see in movies one after another: Guy or girl wants the
opposite sex, runs into some kind of complication, solves it, then they
ride off into the sunset with a sappy ending.
UH took its first step in building a top notch women's softball program with the hiring of Kyla Holas as the first head coach.