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Monday, June 25, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 148


 
 









 
Dorm residents suffer losses, moved to different hall following flood

The majority of students have only been affected minimally by the campus flood --getting a week off school, spending extra time in classes to make up for itand perhaps meeting in a different classroom.
 

UC Satellite sustains $1 million in damages, is set to reopen by October

Though the cleanup process following Tropical Storm Allison was fully underway after the rain stopped, it could take months for either the University Center Underground or the Satellite to be re-opened.
 

Summer I on track despite lost classes

Summer school classes will finish on the regular schedule with Summer Session I ending July 6, said, Senior Vice President and Provost Edward Sheridan. He said the importance of minimizing students' negative experiences after the Great Flood of 2001 influenced the decision to maintain the original schedule.
 

IT weathers storm, looks to prevent future damage

When Tropical Storm Allison dumped a record amount of rainfall on the Houston area June 8, one of the most immediate and critical casualties on the UH campus was its information and communications infrastructure.
 

Post-Flood Syndrome

After Houston residents found pools of water in places few could have previously fathomed, it is of little surprise that with the "flood of a lifetime" comes a mosquito swarm of equal intensity. 

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