pill ok'd by FDA, not UH
Less than a few months after its approval
by the Food and Drug Administration, universities have been hesitant to
stock the RU-486 abortion-inducing pill in on-campus clinics. Some have
carried the "morning after" drug, some are debating whether or not to and
some, like the UH health center, have even refused to allow its disbursement.
to start 24-hour pilot program for finals
In an effort to better serve the students
at UH, library dean Dana Rooks said the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library
will be open 24 hours a day, Monday through Thursday, during final exams.
provides 'Edu-care' for Uh's youngest children
The first clues that the low-slung gray
building is different from most on campus are the 40 cases of diapers sitting
in the entrance hall waiting to be put away. The row of car seats is a
giveaway, too. Tucked between the police department and Cougar Place, the
building is where the especially young at UH start learning.