|Thursday, November 4, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 53
Meningitis awareness on rise
Ready ... set ... drop!
Sergeant First Class Freddy Krail instructs junior cadet Maya C. Best on the proper way to rappel.
What starts with the symptoms of a simple cold has turned into terror
for students at several colleges across the country, where outbreaks of
meningitis have claimed some lives and changed others.
Hats off, Harris County, for getting out the vote in Tuesday's elections.
Of course, that hats off is extended only to the 20 percent of you who
actually bothered to vote in the first place. It's really a shame that
you, Mr. or Ms. Didn't-Vote, were too lazy to go out and exercise a right
that others would kill for (and have been killed for).
Jerry O'Connell, one of the 20-something stars from the new movie Body
Shots, was supposed to call at 10:30 a.m. from his room in the New
York hotel for our scheduled interview.
Houston's chances to win the conference were washed away during the
second half of the East Carolina game.
Cadet Leslie Whorley rappels from the top of Robertson Stadium. ROTC students went through rappelling activities Tuesday as part of military science training.