|Monday, August 28, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 6
$1.4M grant will prmote new program to increase technology in education
Up, up and away
The eighth annual Ballunar Liftoff Festival drew thousands of spectators to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Clear Lake over the weekend. The festival, which features hot-air balloons of all shapes and sizes, has become a summer tradition for many local families.
The UH College of Education will begin implementing a program designed
to give future educators technology proficiency next week with help from
a $1.4 million grant given to the college.
First off, welcome back to school. I hope your first week was more eventful
than mine, which mainly consisted of sifting through pages of online class
notes, wading through lines at the bookstore and sweating profusely in
this Texas heat
Isn't DMX lucky the 46 women he names on his hot single "What They Really Want?" all rhyme?
Sorry, Rodney King, I guess we all can't get along.
The two games of the opening weekend for the UH soccer team were as different as night and day: Sunday's game was during the sweltering heat of the afternoon, while Friday's match was played in the breezy Houston night.