Monday, June 4, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 146
 












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Godzilla meets Cougars: Students passing by Melcher Gym stop to gawk at a three-story-high inflatable figure of Godzilla on Thursday morning. Mary Naus, director of UH's Health Psychology Research Group, bought the monster at a charity auction at the opening of her hairdresser's new shop. Danny Hughes, a doctoral student in sports and exercise psychology, brought in the monster to "bring attention to our organization, the HPRG and to our research on breast cancer survival issues." The group welcomes donations and new volunteers. For more information, check the organization's Web site at www.psychology.uh.edu/hprg.


Student Government Association Senate members questioned UH parking officials about their latest efforts to eliminate UH's parking shortage during Wednesday's SGA Senate meeting.


Tuesday is the 20th anniversary of the first report from the Center for Disease Control of what was then a new, unknown infectious disease in the United States.


Did the makers of the rather lame comedy What's the Worst That Could Happen? give the movie its name to help critics beat up on it?
The Cougar golf team headed for Durham, N.C., on Wednesday for the 2001 NCAA Championships. It was the 44th time since 1952 that UH had reached the NCAA Championship tournament. With 16 national titles in the UH trophy case, the 2000-01 Cougars were going for No. 17 and the first UH title since 1985.

 

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