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Design/Build Studio steps up for the kids
Hoping to score a home run for community service, first
year graduate students at the UH Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture
have accepted the challenge to create a "Structure for Storing and Scoring"
as part of their Graduate Design/Build Studio.
college should stay as it is
One of the founding missions of the University was to
provide an avenue of higher education for " ... all the citizens of Houston."
The College of Technology has always been key to satisfying this original
blood pumps All-Star Game
It didn't end in a tie, so baseball commissioner Bud
Selig must consider the American League's 7-6 win over the National League
on Tuesday a success. Of course, few ever remember the outcome of an All-Star
Game as much as they do the "moments."
curse ends with 'Pirates'
This summer has been plagued by one meaningless sequel
after another. Fortunately, a flick has sailed along just in time to save
the masses from drowning. Although based on a corny amusement ride in Disneyland,
director Gore Verbinski reinvigorates a dead genre with The Pirates of
the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. The movie is both engaging
and charming even though it runs a little on the lengthy side --135 minutes
to be exact.
Volume 68, Issue 157, Wednesday, July 16, 2003
UH Design/Build Studio steps
up for the kids
Many UH buildings to get new look by fall
Pesky mold removed from R. Cullen
Tech college should stay as it is
Peace on a shoestring budget
New blood pumps All-Star Game
New, old teams vie for agents
Volleyball to battle USC on quest to
Summer's curse ends with 'Pirates'
Well sells out label, not sound
Warped lacks on diversity