Monday, June 3, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 143
 












Brian Viney/The Daily Cougar


'UH got a big ol' butt': The UH College of Architecture students' entry at the 16th Annual American Institute of Architecture Sand Castle Competition lays in all its splendor at East Beach in Galveston on  Saturday.

 

The UH System Board of Regents on Friday unanimously accepted the appointments of John Rudley, the new vice-chancellor for finance and
administration, and Dona Glimm Hamilton, the new vice-chancellor for legal affairs and general counsel for the UH system.


Mr. Mueller, after it was revealed that his agency did not perform at 110 percent prior to that horrific day nine months ago, enacted a new public relations persona of openness, admitting Wednesday that his agency has "to do a better job." Mr. Mueller said that "red flags" and "dots that should have been connected" existed, according to Kevin Johnson in USA Today.


The release of Austin Powers helped re-ignite the carefree feeling of the 1960s in film, not to mention the look go-go boots, gaudy colors and bad hair. Mike Myers hit solid gold with the idea, and now audiences are awaiting the release of the third Austin Powers film.


Freshman Krystal Ward and senior Rhian Clarke represented Houston at the NCAA women's track and field Championships in Baton Rouge, LA. May 29 through June 1.

 

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