Wednesday, April 17, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 132

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Moving mountains: Victor Rey, a supervisor for the UH grounds crew, uses a tree spade to move a tree near the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library on Tuesday.


Greek Park Housing, a project requested by UH student organizations since 1985, is scheduled to become a reality by the Fall 2003 semester with a price tag of about $20 million, Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President for Student Development William Munson said.

I don't often write about campus events. Very little, other than my forced education, happens on this campus that is of concern to me. That was, until last Friday. At the monthly meeting of the UH Student Publications Committee, the committee's members from the Student Government Association, as well as numerous members of the UH public, cried foul over numerous issues regarding the fine publication you are presently reading. Some of their arguments were justified; others weren't. But the way they made those arguments was, quite frankly, childish.

As the props are placed and the lights dim, words and actions are staged to illustrate the ideas of an aspiring playwright. One would think the chance to debut a written work in such a skilled manner is far from achievable, but for students of the Edward Albee New Playwrights Workshop 2002, the hopes have become reality.

In a close battle of hometown giants, the No. 7 Houston baseball team traveled to Reckling Park to face No. 3 Rice in the Silver Glove series finale Tuesday and was defeated 7-5 in a game that held the crowd's excitement until the very end.


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