St. Louis has its "Gateway to the West,"
a breathtaking arch that signifies the completion of America's manifest
destiny. And with the funding approval of a state-of-the-art science,engineering
and classroom building, UH will have a "Gateway from the West," a sure
to be equally breathtaking edifice that will help the University toward
its dream of Tier I status.
diversity has long history
This is the third in a series of stories
meant to highlight certain individuals, dates and events in UH history
as the University prepares to celebrate its 75th anniversary April 10.
This week, we look at the issue of diversity and minority enrollment.
to vote today
Nearly a month overdue, this year's Student
Government Association election proposal appears to be headed for a vote
before the SGA senate today. If passed, the proposal will set dates for
candidate filing, election seminars and a shortened campaign period.
honors UH's first black president
Marguerite Ross Barnett, the first African-American and first female
president of UH, was honored Tuesday night at the World Affairs
Lounge by the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., and Elwyn C. Lee, vice
president of student affairs.
legend suffers storke
Former UH men's basketball coach Guy V.
Lewis suffered what doctors believe was a stroke early Tuesday morning.
admitted to Methodist Hospital at 2 a.m.
Tuesday and is in stable condition.