election marred by voting mishaps
The legitimacy of this year's Student Government
Association election appears shaky amid charges that the Cougar 1Card system
workers are failing to keep students from
voting more than once.
of CLASS gives resignation
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Dean W. Andrew Achenbaum, who in 2000 presided over the merger of the former
Humanities and Fine Arts and the College
of Social Sciences, announced his resignation, effective June 30, in a
specially called meeting of
the college's faculty Tuesday.
testify before Texas House of Represenatives
UH System Chancellor and UH President Arthur
K. Smith will testify before the Texas House of Representatives' Joint
Interim Committee on
Higher Education Excellence Funding at
10 a.m. today.
files three election complaints
The first day of Student Government Association elections Tuesday saw
three more complaints filed by independent presidential candidate Fabian
Sifuentes, who called for among several remedies the disqualification
of Student Voice Party presidential candidate Dawona Miller.