Friday, February 15, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 94
 












Rich R. Risma/The Daily Cougar

Love is in the air: Senior management information systems major Lina Alquadwa sells flowers to anyone in search of a last-minute Valentine's Day gift Thursday at the University Center during the Matters of the Heart Festival.

 

The UH System Board of Regents unanimously approved a tuition increase for all campuses in the UH System and granted permission for construction of a student services building at UH-Clear Lake during a Thursday morning meeting.


After being nauseatingly bombarded with commercialism and heart-shaped candy, I can definitely say this: The best thing about Feb. 14 is that the overwhelming tidal wave of commercialism ends Feb. 15.


Assigned to oversee the first arrival of prisoners shipped to the deserted land of Botany Bay, Australia, in 1788, Governor-in-Chief Arthur Philip decides to put on a play. An educated and artistic fellow, the governor's intentions are altruistic, and the audience later witnesses how his idea forms into a vehicle of hope for the convicts under his command.


UH golfer Scott Ferguson fired a 1-under-par 71 during the first round of the Waikoloa Intercollegiate on Wednesday to stand in
a tie for 13th place.

 

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