continiues to evaluate flood damages
Although the bulk of the post-Tropical
Storm Allison cleanup is complete, the University is still assessing damages
caused by the severe flooding that swept through campus
UHPD chief isn't just a cop
Robert B. Wilson, Jr., who says he got
into law enforcement by accident, recently began what will be the capstone
of a 30-plus-year career by taking the position of chief of the University
of Houston Police Department.
continues as usual this fal in SGA
Nearly halfway through its tenure, the
38th Administration of the Student Government Association has produced
legislation that tackles a wide variety of issues, but members want to
see the ideas written on paper turn into action.
solutions to be implemented for this fall
A new semester kicks off today with increased
parking rates and yet no definitive solution to parking congestion on campus.
But change is in the works.
new housing, demand is still not met
The University's efforts to lessen the
student housing shortage took a great leap forward Wednesday with the opening
of Cullen Oaks, the new campus apartment complex. The 525-bed complex is
the first new housing facility built at UH since the completion of Cambridge
Oaks 10 years ago. It was designed and will be managed by American Campus
Communities, an Austin-based firm that specializes in building such complexes
across the country. The general contractor for the project was Houston's