|Friday, January 21, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 78
'Dummy course' suit filed
Sarah Barrett, a sophomore psychology major, relaxes in the nice, cool sun that shone on the Cullen Fountain Thursday. As the first week of the Spring semester draws to a close, students are being treated to cooler weather on Thursday, a welcome change to what has been a rather warm January.
A group of former UH graduate students has filed a class-action lawsuit
against the University seeking reimbursement of money they spent on so-called
Last semester I went to the doctor once. That means I paid for 12 hours
of tuition and a semester of room and board in order to save all the money
it costs to visit the doctor once. Not the greatest deal, but that's why
it's insurance. It practically ensures that Jane and Joe Blow will pay
more than they would spend.
Angela's Ashes, in one word, is triumphant. Based on Frank McCourt's
1997 Pulitzer Prize-winning book by the same name, Angela's Ashes soars
high above all expectations and is a wonderful accomplishment for filmmaker
Alan Parker -- no stranger to the silver screen.
Cougar track head coach Leroy Burrell will unleash his powerful squads again this weekend when UH will hold the Houston Indoor Opener Saturday at the Yeoman Fieldhouse.