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Network failure cause investigated

Published on March 11th, 2009 | by

The University is analyzing network problems that plagued campus from Feb. 24 until last week to learn how to better handle and communicate technology problems, UH officials said. A single failed hardware component disrupted the campus …
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Group fights HIV stigma

Published on February 10th, 2009 | by

The key to overcoming stigma attached to HIV is to break the silence, said organizers of the HIV Anti-Stigma Day at UH. LIVE Consortium, Inc. will sponsor a month-long educational and awareness campaign on campus aimed …
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Acting, plot not new

Published on February 2nd, 2009 | by

City slicker goes to a small town, learns to laugh, love and treat people like human beings, and then must somehow use her urban-smarts to save the people and place she’s come to call home. If …
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UH holds commuter fair

Published on January 29th, 2009 | by

Nine hundred students signed the UH Green Commuter pledge for a cleaner environment, simpler parking and a little less money spent on gas when Metropolitan Transit Authority and UH teamed up Tuesday and Wednesday to teach …
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Cougars rally for RecycleMania

Published on January 22nd, 2009 | by

UH’s colors may be Scarlet and Albino White, but green is the color on Cougar minds as the University launched its first year participating in RecycleMania on Wednesday. RecycleMania pits UH against nearly 500 other universities …
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Cougars race record wreckers

Published on January 20th, 2009 | by

An unprecedented 25,000 runners, hobbyists and world-record-holding olympians alike, pounded Houston’s pavement Saturday and Sunday. While most of the cameras and pageantry focused on the front-runners as the records for both the women’s and men’s marathons …
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Style with substance

Published on November 23rd, 2008 | by

The problem? Raising awareness and help for world hunger in a grabbing, innovative way. The solution? Combine a catwalk, canned food donation and college students and name it Feed the Sexy. The second annual Feed the …
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Repairs slowed by Ike continue

Published on October 13th, 2008 | by

Residential buildings are mostly back to normal after Hurricane Ike, housing officials say, though projects begun prior to the storm have met delays. Renovations to the Moody Towers started in June were slowed by Ike, the …
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Student voting options varied

Published on October 2nd, 2008 | by

Students who will be voting far from home this November can still make their voices heard – either by changing their registration to Harris County or voting by mail with an absentee ballot. "Students can vote …
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Dino display delights with intricate fossils

Published on September 30th, 2008 | by

Dinosaur fans get ready to be amazed. Dinosaur CSI: Cretaceous Science Investigation, the newest exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, is mesmerizing and just plain exciting with some of the rarest and most well-preserved …
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