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By Anna Reyes/The Daily Cougar
Some things never change: Students waited in
line Tuesday for help from financial aid advisers in the Ezekiel W. Cullen
Building. The offices of Scholarship and Financial Aid adopted special
hours for the first week of school, staying open late to assist as many
students as possible.
teachers stay sharp at UH
More than 150 teachers and administrators
gathered Tuesday for the Eighth Annual Houston Teachers Institute convocation
held at the Elizabeth Rockwell Pavilion in the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library.
in the crystal ball for 2006
At the beginning of each year, many
people make their predictions for the next 12 months. In this grand tradition
of prognostication, I have decided to issue my own list of 10 predictions
for 2006 ? some comical, some serious.
ready to face Southern Miss
It happens to nearly every team in
every sport, with very few exceptions. There are always going to be periods
when a team goes into a funk.
a graffiti artist
Jean-Michel Basquiat rose from the
underground of New York to become one of the most sought out and interesting
artists of his time -- and many others for that matter.
Volume 71, Issue 70, Wednesday, January 18, 2006
HISD teachers stay sharp
Arrests made in arson case
Price of garage permit deters some
Penguins may have much to teach us
Looking in the crystal ball for 2006
Tackle new year with 'can-do' attitude
Let freedom ring ... ring ... ring
UH ready to face Southern Miss
Brannon dreams of more than hoops
Texans will lose fans if Young not
taken No. 1
Basquiat more than just a graffiti artist
Scientists produce musical chemistry
Some acts should quit in 2006
'Quake' remains a classic
2006 will bring in the noise, the funk