|Thursday, September 13, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 13
Brief history of Houston
End of the dog days
English and history senior Annica Gorham, center, leads members of Movimiento Estudiantil Xicana/o de Aztlan in a planning meeting outside the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library on Wednesday afternoon. Temperatures only reached the mid-90s Wednesday, making outdoor meetings like this bearable.
On Aug. 26, Houston celebrated its 164th anniversary -- the day two
brothers decided to purchase the land and build a great city
As President Clinton's tenure as president comes to a close, it is a
good time to reflect on Clinton the man and Clinton the president. For
those of you who are not familiar with my columns, I have been somewhat
critical of the president. I went from supporting him in 1996 to advocating
his removal in 1998.
What's up y'all! I hope all of you are having a blast as the heat continues
to burden us. The GB has some games that will cool you down and help you
Senior wide receivers Orlando Iglesias and Kendall Williams, both injured during UH's 30-27 overtime loss to Rice on Saturday, will miss significant playing time.