Friday, March 29, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 119
 












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Holy Week: Senior architecture major Juan Barrera washes the feet of senior architecture major Marcela Garza during Holy Thursday mass at the Catholic Newman Center. Holy Thursday is recognized by Roman Catholics as the day Jesus Christ and his apostles held the "last supper."

 

The incumbent Student Voice party -- led by presidential candidate Dawona Miller -- won all but one of the contested Student Government Association senate seats and swept all executive branch positions in elections held Tuesday and Wednesday. Student Voice collected nine senate seats unopposed.


And the winner of the Student Government Association's presidential election is ... not I, said the barfly. Despite receiving hundreds upon hundreds of e-mails last week concerning my write-in campaign for SGA president, and the tremendous amount of positive feedback from the University community, I decided to drop my campaign because I couldn't win anyway.


Lisa Loeb and Sheryl Crow were at the forefront of a revival of female singer-songwriters in the early 1990s.


Testifying before state lawmakers Wednesday, UH System Chancellor and UH President Arthur K. Smith said Texas should adopt a strategy that would identify programs of opportunity and provide them with the resources needed to achieve national prominence.

 

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