|Tuesday January 18, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 34
Campus bookstores ready for onslaught
'I just have 30 more bags...'
Scott Thomson helps interior design freshman Dana Newman unload her belongings as Newman moves into the Moody Towers on Monday afternoon. Many campus residents spent the holday preparing for the beginning of classes.
As the spring semester begins, the University Bookstore and Rother's
are gearing up to deal with the rush of students with stocked shelves,
extra cashiers and alternatives to standing in line.
Does anyone remember when Congressman Bob Barr and Senate Majority Leader
Trent Lott were rightly condemned for speaking in front of the Conservative
Citizen's Council, a racist organization that believes in white supremacy?
Many wonder why the subject went away. Maybe the Democrats shut up when
they found out that Minority House Leader Dick Gephardt spoke in front
of that same group.
Rock is full of emotion and Vertical Horizon's music is no exception.
Keith Kane and Matt Scannell met at a Georgetown University party in 1991
where Kane was playing an acoustic guitar. Kane asked Scannell to play
and later asked him to join him at his weekly gigs. Thus, Vertical Horizon
After another lackadaisical first half in which it shot only 8-for-25 from the floor, the UH men's basketball team fell short of another upset, bowing to the No. 21 DePaul Blue Demons 77-68 Sunday at Hofheinz Pavilion.