take stand, censure
An anti-abortion group unaffiliated with
the University displayed posters with graphic depictions of aborted fetuses
along the sidewalks of Butler Plaza
(between the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library
and Philip Hoffman Hall) for about an hour and a half Monday before leaving
under threat of arrest.
victim urges safer streets
For Angela Panzica, the night of Jan. 27
is a red blur.
Playground construction sponsored by The
Alliance for Constructivist Education began Saturday for the UH Charter
School, which is now located behind Melcher Gymnasium.
to vote on new building
The UH System Board of Regents will meet
at 4 p.m. today in Room 220, Ezekiel Cullen Building, to determine the
status of a proposed new science,
engineering and classroom building at
UH. If approved, the building would be located west of Science and Research
I and Science and Research II, south of the Houston Science Center.
find it harder to get tenure
Both male and female professors who have children early in their academic
careers have the exhausting task of juggling the responsibilities of academic
life and parenthood. But according to a recent report published by the
Chronicle of Higher Education, it is women, not men, with families who
hurt their chances to achieve tenure.