|Friday, August 25, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 5
Exhibition at Rice University
To Our Readers
Due to technical difficulties, the August 24, 2000,
This edition is available in its entirety
We apologize for any inconvenience.
'C - O - U - G - A - R - S'
UH cheerleaders practiced Thursday at the Athletic Alumni Center. They are preparing for the upcoming football season, which begins with the first UH game against the Owls at Rice Stadium Sept. 2.
Internationally known choreographer Stephan Kopolowitz, in collaboration
with the UH dance program, will unveil his latest inspiration at the dedication
of the recently constructed Humanities Building at Rice University Oct.
As I said in my column in the registration issue, this is my first time
taking day classes and it really is a totally different experience. For
starters, the food vendors are open. What a novel experience to be able
to get food at the Satellite or a cup of coffee outside PGH.
Looking for a different type of entertainment? Maybe even something
cheaper than a movie? Try the Contemporary Arts Museum. It's free, all
the walking around is good exercise and you can expand your cultural knowledge.
The new softball stadium under construction at the corner of Elgin Boulevard and Scott Street was given the UH Board of Regents' final blessing during its meeting Aug. 24.