- Preliminary fall enrollment at the University of Houston, based on the 12th day of classes, is 40,959, the largest in the history of the institution. It represents a growth of 3.6 percent over last fall.
- Audiences are accustomed to quality performances and dynamic stagecraft from the students of the University of Houston. Soon, Houstonians will have even more opportunities to experience the talents being groomed at UH’s School of Theatre & Dance.
- Sept. 11 is a day that will live in the minds and hearts of Americans for generations to come. Each day, members of the University of Houston community can reflect on this infamous day and pay tribute to those who lost their lives by visiting the UH World Trade Center Memorial and Reflection Garden – just outside of the south entrance of the New University Center.
- This year marks the 13th anniversary of the Mars Rover Model Celebration and Exhibition at UH. On Sept. 20 and 27, UH will host workshops to prepare teachers for coaching their students through the planning and completion of operational rover models.
- The singers from the University of Houston’s Moores Opera Center are taking a brief detour from their usual repertoire. On Sept. 23, they will transplant their talents from the opera house to one of Houston’s most popular nightclubs for an evening of Broadway hits.
- The BB&T Speaker Series convenes leading professionals to discuss timely policy and ethical issues. On Sept. 16, former Houston Mayor Bill White discusses federal leaders throughout American history and their responses to debt crises. His comments come from his new book, "America's Fiscal Constitution: Its Triumph and Collapse."
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