Monday, April 22, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 135
 












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Wall of sound: Doctoral organ student Andrew Galuska practices a few notes at the Organ Hall in the School of Architecture on Sunday.

 

As workers begin construction on a new building to service students with special needs, Cheryl Amoruso, Director of the Center for Students with DisABILITIES, says she is hopeful the building's amenities will increase the quality of education for UH's disabled students.


Many people are tried-and-true subscribers of magazines. Most females I know cannot get enough of them. Stories about embarrassing moments, the latest and cheapest make-up buys, celebrity gossip, easy weight-loss tricks and the dramatic pieces such as "My daddy went to
prison for murder" are just way too tempting to pass up.


City Streets closed its doors Saturday morning at 2 a.m., and the last employee left the club at 5 a.m. At about the same time, the first people started gathering outside the club's doors in hopes of getting their hands on $50,000.


After splitting the first two games of the weekend's three-game series against Conference USA foe Cincinnati, No. 7 Houston roared back on Sunday to defeat the Bearcats, 10-1.

 

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