for the presidency' revisits Houston
Alberto Gonzales was born in San Antonio,
the son of Mexican migrant workers, and grew up in Houston as one of eight
children in a house without
a telephone or hot water. Today he is
the chief legal counselor to President George W. Bush.
recalls racism in Germany
Racism in America is not too different
from Germany's racism to non-Aryans during World War II, said a former
resident of Nazi Germany on Sunday.
host families aid UH international students
Imagine yourself studying in a foreign
country where the only people you know are the school officials. Rather
intimidating thought, isn't it?