|Monday, January 31, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 84
State officials promote TEXAS grant program
Where's the Game?
Junior psychology major Darryl Cleveland and freshman civil engineering major Adam Perdue stock up on Superbowl snacks while waiting for the big screen TV to arrive at the Superbowl XXXIV party held Sunday in Oberholtzer Hall.
Lt. Gov. Rick Perry and two state legislators said higher education
can be made affordable through a new grant program, but students need to
Readers have been complaining that this column is not reminiscent of
the Jonathan of last semester. Some have even insinuated that this writer
is getting soft. Don't worry, there are a few surprises on the horizon.
Bombs work best when they are least expected.
You may be asking yourself why this column is called "Disco Volante."
Well, it's a tribute to the band Mr. Bungle, for creating one of the greatest
experimental collages of techno, tango, death metal and jazz music of all
time and is also the title of a Mr. Bungle album.
The UH men's basketball games Saturday continued their troubling trend in which the team falls behind early and makes a late comeback, only to lose at the end..