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UH scholars who have studied President
Ronald Reagan's legacy and professors who have worked within it agree that
when Reagan died Saturday, America lost a leader who infected an anxious
nation with optimism and set the mold for the modern American president.
mourns, remembers Reagan
While many remember the 1980s as "The
Decade of Greed" and fondly recall such fashions as ridiculously big hair
and pastel leotards, still more think of the kind, wizened face of a true
leader. They think of that open smile, the glossy black hair and passionate
words. They think of a man whose love for his wife was clear at all times,
and a woman whose strength was surpassed only by her love for her husband.
They think of a man named Ronald Reagan.
As the 2004 NCAA Outdoor Track and
Field Championships get under way Wednesday in Austin, UH will be sending
eight hopefuls to represent Houston after finishing strong at the regional
brings maturity to 'Potter' series
For many people, Harry Potter and
the Prisoner of Azkaban will be a disappointment.
Volume 69, Issue 143, Tuesday, June 8, 2004
Smith: Area growth will keep ahead of average
Theatre festival kicks off
Sand art earns UH two awards
Nation mourns, remembers Reagan
HISD needs to put students ahead of
Letters to the Editor
Eight Cougars Austin-bound for nationals
Coogs lands one more recruit
Red and white may be getting the blues
'Azkaban' brings maturity to 'Potter' series
Potter plot takes risks that pay off