Of course UH is a diverse school. Houston is a literal melting pot, and all are welcome at UH. Houston is a metropolitan city that embraces diversity, and that is reflected in the University of Houston, and that spirit is carried over to UH-V.
College Station? Uh.......you tell me. I daresay not the same at all.
That is a good question.
I ask again, "Will the A&M system continue to recruit minority students like it hasn't done at College Station"? All are aware that UH is a very diverse school - will that continue?
Please read ( http://www.victoriaadvocate.com/weblo...) There is a pattern of A&M giving money to Geanie Morrison's camp after she votes in their favor.
We consider this story to be an example of neutral reporting on the subject. Here's just one line from the story to consider:"Many students were shocked, and not all were happy."We quote students who are both for and against any switch.
Yeah, I agree, JackDeuce. I do believe it is a done deal as well.
What I don't understand is how a newspaper, which ideally would be responsible for just reporting the facts, and not jumping the gun and ASSUMING that it is a done deal, can so obviously slant their reporting in an attempt to sway public opinion.
I am getting the feeling that the VicAd MUST know something the general public doesn't know about this deal. They are writing this, and other articles, as if it is already a done deal. Why?