Wednesday, March 20, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 112

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Break a sweat: From left, hotel and restaurant management graduate student Susan Trotter, Elia Aguiar and Coordinator for University Center
Marketing and Programs Lauren Johnson ride reclining stationary bicycles at the Firm in Moody Towers on Tuesday.



The Undergraduate Council will review proposed changes to UH's incomplete grading policy during a meeting scheduled for 3 p.m. today inRoom 220, Ezekiel Cullen. The meeting is open to the public.


They were powerful women as well. Marguerite Barnett was the first African-American female to be named president of a major public research institution, and her legacy here was impressive. She was responsible for such achievements as a $51.4 million gift to the University, the creation of the Texas Center for Environmental Studies and a commitment by the University to community partnerships. Her mere presence brought a higher stature to the University.

The comedy Ice Age took the top spot in theaters in its first weekend of release, taking in $46.3 million. The animated film from Fox Animation
features the voices of John Leguizamo, Denis Leary and Ray Romano as prehistoric creatures fleeing the peril of the oncoming ice age.

If the UH women's basketball team (24-7) wins its quarterfinal game on Wednesday night, it will advance to the semi-finals of the Women's
National Invitational Tournament.


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