discusses Arabic, Microsoft at meeting
Those in attendance at Wednesday's Student
Government Administration meeting, in addition to the ordinary routine
of Robert's Rules of Order,
were treated to an added bonus: hearing
up-and-coming artists' music bleeding through the walls of the University
Center's Cougar Den.
to leave Senate, could be headed to A&M
When Texas Sen. Phil Gramm announced he
would not seek re-election next year, it seemed to herald the end of a
particular brand of
shoot-from-the-hip conservatism for which
the Texas Democrat-turned-Republican became famous.
defends use of chemicals
The idea that the use of pesticides and
other modern farming methods is ensuring, rather than endangering, an adequate
food supply for the future
runs contrary to popular myth but is nonetheless
true, says a UH professor.