|Tuesday, February 1, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 85
Gladchuck knew football forgery was a crime
"Wax on, wax off"
Sophomore geology major Amy Kitmacher uses a brunton compass to find the strike and dip of a geologic formation during her Geologic Field Methods class with Dr. Peter Copeland. Copeland held the class across the street from Hofheinz Pavilion Monday.
UH Athletics Director Chet Gladchuk was told football player Michael
DeRouselle's 1998 forgery of an internal Athletics Department document
was a criminal offense that should have been reported to the UH Police
Department, a former Athletics Department employee said.
UH will release its new image campaign today. Whoopie. Now if
only everybody at UH could learn and lead us to a brighter future.
Finally free from the platinum chains of Puff Daddy's crumbling Bad
Boy empire, The LOX have returned home to the streets of the New York area
suburb, Yonkers, to relaunch their careers on the Ruff Ryders label.
UH center Early Smith heard something that was almost foreign to him Jan. 22. It was his name but this time the situation was a little different than what he had grown accustomed to..