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Face Time: Computer engineering senior Mark Wilkinson has his face scanned Wednesday in the Engineering Atrium, part of a senior design project called "Find Waldo."

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SGA tackles apathy
University committee focusing on increasing attendance at UH sporting events, particularly football games, will begin meeting this summer, as approved by the Student Government Association Senate in a brief meeting Wednesday.
 

TEXAS Grant lip service to students
Sen. Rodney Ellis' guest column, "Restrictions fire buckshot in TEXAS Grant", on April 14 was a wake up call not only for students who currently receive financial aid from the TEXAS Grant program but for all of us to see where the priorities are for some Texas lawmakers in Austin.
 

Student athletes from across Houston honored
UH junior linebacker Wade Koehl was honored by the Houston Touchdown Club as one of the top college scholar-athletes of the year at the 2005 Houston Football Dinner on Wednesday at the J.W. Marriott in the Galleria area.
 

Volta satisfies, bites fans in an intense set
After a few encouraging waves of shouting from the crowd, the curtain dropped at 8:30 p.m. and all hell broke loose as the Mars Volta exploded on stage at the Verizon Wireless Theater.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 70, Issue 138, Thursday, April 28, 2005


News

SGA tackles apathy

UH prof's magazine generates energy

WalkAmerica begins at UH

GAO: Changes mean 81,000 will lose Pell Grants


Opinion

TEXAS Grant lip service to students

Excessive police force mars due process

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Student athletes from across Houston honored

Former Cougar tight end signs deal as free agent

Rockets' play reason for 2-0 lead


Life & Arts

Volta satisfies, bites fans in an intense set

Dave turns arson into a music career

Leviathan preys on patrons



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