|Wednesday, August 30, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 8
Sorority open house precedes official rush
With WNBA championship trophy in hand, Houston Comets guard Cynthia Cooper celebrates the team's fourth championship win in a parade on Tuesday in downtown Houston. Cooper, who is retiring from professional basketball, was named the game's most valuable player.
The Bluebonnet Room at the University Center will
be filled today and Thursday with tables representing UH sororities in
an open house to promote membership.
In its relentless pursuit of Tier I status, UH has missed one factor
that, ameliorated, would make the University a much more pleasant place.
Now, I've never been one to complain about problems without proposing a
solution -- and I have one. But first, the problem: the Houston heat.
If there's one thing I want to see more of, is female wrestlers holding
major men's titles. I wondered how long it would be before Chyna would
have yet another well-deserved run with the Intercontinental Title. Well,
it happened at the World Wrestling Federation's Summerslam. It wasn't just
a tease, it actually happened. Joy, joy.
It's finally game week. The time has come for us to show what we've been working so hard for. And when I say hard, believe me, that's an understatement.