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Life + Arts

Movie theaters for summertime

Published on June 11th, 2009 | by

Summer in America means movies, and summer movies typically mean big names, big explosions, product placement and sequels. The summer is a sort of artistic doldrums for Hollywood as it panders to the multitude of teenagers …
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Life + Arts

Lost’ loses plot, point

Published on June 9th, 2009 | by

Land of the Lost is about two scientists of questionable academic legitimacy, a stoner tour guide and a libidinous ‘missing link’ primate who discover and explore a Salvador Dali-inspired wilderness filled with the flotsam and jetsam …
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Opinion

Tier one status brings money, plans

Published on June 4th, 2009 | by

The Texas Senate unanimously approved House Bill 51 late Sunday. This bill is partly designed to ensure more universities in Texas are given the premier tier one designation, including UH. The tier one title ensures UH …
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Opinion

FAFSA helps curb high costs

Published on April 30th, 2009 | by

It’s almost summer again, which means it’s time for traditional American pastimes such as baseball, three-legged races, pie-eating contests and applying for last-minute financial aid. With the rapid expansion of scholarships and financial aid availible to …
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Life + Arts

Marsh Mania hits Galveston

Published on April 24th, 2009 | by

In an ongoing effort to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Galveston Bay estuaries, the Galveston Bay Foundation is hosting the 10th annual Marsh Mania on Saturday. Marsh Mania, a volunteer-based event, serves as …
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Opinion

Parking frenzy creates drama

Published on April 20th, 2009 | by

There is a deep and troubling current of discontent flowing beneath the deceptively smooth surface of this university. Students, in the process of opening their minds and broadening their philosophical horizons are arriving at the inevitable …
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Opinion

Gun debate needs more information

Published on April 7th, 2009 | by

Universities are unique places.’ They have long served as the loci of education in the U.S., and, in the 1960s, performed the vital societal function of keeping English majors out of Vietnam.’ Even in today’s era, …
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Opinion

Galveston’s efforts to recover by summer

Published on April 3rd, 2009 | by

As is common knowledge in Houston, a major hurricane seemingly named after a famous rock ‘n’ roll guitarist and wife-beater, Ike Turner swept through Galveston last September. Hurricane Ike devastated the beachside city best known for …
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