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Tuesday, March 12, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 106


 
 









 

Final SFAC report submitted for approval

After a brief delay, the Student Fees Advisory Committee report was released today and sent to UH President Arthur K. Smith and Vice President for Student Affairs Elwyn C. Lee. If approved by Smith and Lee, the committee's recommendations will be sent to the Board of Regents.
 

Photogs can face dangers

Combat photographer Alyx Kellington has been kidnapped, tortured, shot and almost bombed, but that does not stop her from going to places like Chiapas, Mexico, and El Salvador to capture pictures of war.
 

UH questions deal made by Septimus

Days before the jury began its deliberations in the federal trial of retaliation and constructive discharge claims by former UH assistant general counsel Susan Septimus against the University, the insurance company representing UH struck a separate agreement with her without notifying University officials.
 

UH campus may soon see free yoga program


It's the newest craze in exercise. Fifteen million Americans include it as part of their fitness regime. Professionals worldwide have devoted their lives to researching the effects of yoga on the human body.

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