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|Volume 68, Issue 126,
Friday, April 4, 2003
Responding to the allegations of fraud against recently
re-elected Student Government Association President Dawona Miller, former
presidential hopeful Nick Somarakis filed an official complaint with the
Dean of Students Office, claiming that the previous election was unfair.
Ceremony honors noted UH alumni
In its annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner ceremony,
the Houston Alumni Organization will honor nine prominent UH graduates
and community leaders on April 11.
U.S. lawyer discusses Iran-contra
As a State Department lawyer, Abraham D. Sofaer was in
the middle of one of the nationis most controversial foreign affairs activities
the Iran-Contra Affair, and heill be at UH to discuss remedies to
that national blunder on Monday.
Jew to promote Israel-Palestine
peace in lecture
Hoping to spread awareness and "mobilize" college students
to help ease growing tensions between Israelis and Palestinians, the Houston
chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is bringing
prominent anti-occupation activist Ora Wise to UH and two other Houston
universities next week, an ADC coordinator said.