Webnsday, June 6, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 147
 












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Theatre Junior Jennifer Cherry as "Miranda" faces Jef Johnson as "The King" in a School of Theatre production of The Little Mermaid. The Hans Christian Andersen tale is the first of three plays in the school's 2001 Children's Theatre Festival, which will be held through August 5.

In addition to the nearly $12 million UH is expected to receive over the next biennium from the Research Excellence Fund, the Texas Legislature was "very generous to higher education and the UH System in this session," said UH President Arthur K. Smith.


Because there are so few pedestrians in Houston, it would take them some time, but they would eventually find that upright animals have complete control over the metal objects. Not knowing what composes life here on Earth, the aliens would probably think that humans keep the autos in perpetual servitude, and that the humans are incredibly dependent upon their glimmering slaves.


The month of June promises to be an exciting one for UH students, faculty and staff who are interested in orchestral and chamber music, thanks to the Texas Music Festival based at the Moores School of Music.


Memorial Day marked the beginning of the fifth season of the WNBA as the four-time champion Houston Comets took on Western Conference nemesis Los Angeles and lost, 66-63.

 

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