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|Volume 69, Issue 47,
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Vehicles have some
The campus utility vehicles seen zipping around UH grounds
aren't required to follow any UH or state regulations, which could account
for some of the problems students have reported concerning the little carts.
New programs seek to energize
In an effort to help students become more active, the
Department of Health and Human Performance will offer an array of new sports
to choose from for a one-hour credit in Spring 2004.
CAPS offers tips that can help
When students need help dealing with unhealthy levels
of stress or finding a balance between their studies, career, family and
relationships they can turn to both the Counseling and Psychological Services
offices and the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center to develop strategies
to cut stress.
Students get a dose of reality
The story was real. The disease is real. But life beyond
depression is also real.
Students set to hear astronaut
To help increase African-American enrollment, 1,000 black
area high school students will visit UH on Thursday, where they will meet
with African-American alumni, faculty, staff and students and learn about
In Tuesday's edition, the page
1 graph "Diversity of Enrollment, 2003" for the Honors College incorrectly
labeled the percentage of students classified as "White/Other." The enrollment
of the Honors College is 50 percent White/Other, not 35.2 percent. Percentage
totals may not add up to 100 because the statistics were subject to rounding.