Thursday, April 4, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 123
 












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An exact science: Pre-pharmacy junior Ramean Ghassemi tests synthesized dyes to see which ones can be used as pH indicators Wednesday in the Fleming Building.

 

To be or not to be that was the question posed by Shakespeare's tragic hero Hamlet. To have trees or not to have trees, and where to put them, was the query the Transportation and Parking Advisory Committee had to answer during a Wednesday meeting at McElhinney Hall.


This oft-quoted adage is still relevant today as American corporations extend their bounds overseas in the pursuit of cheap labor in the name of free trade.


From a crime drama (High Crimes) to a racy road trip (Y Tu Mama Tambien), this weekend's releases are worth your time. In the local area, the Angelika Film Center has yet another treat in store for film lovers


The UH women's tennis team lost to Texas A&M Wednesday 7-0.

 

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