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|Volume 71, Issue 12,
Wednesday, September 7, 2005
Aramark keeps prices
Buying food on campus may seem expensive
to some students, but the campus's new food service provider Aramark has
prices consistent to many local restaurants and convenience stores, Director
of Auxiliary Services Ann Lamar said.
Few spots left at Child Care Center
The UH Child Care Center has a few
openings for this academic year.
Soaring gas prices cause inconvenience
to UH students
The constantly rising gas prices that
are leaving many Houstonians feeling an economic pinch at the pump also
plagues many UH students who are finding that stresses in the daily commute
now extend far beyond the average gripes over traffic jams.
Saving a buck at pumps can mean
going as far as searching for best deals via Internet
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, gas prices are
on the rise, and Americans everywhere can feel it in their pocketbooks.
With so many gas stations competing, it is often a challenge to find the
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