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Construction begins on Cullen Oaks expansion

Construction projects will affect campus traffic in January

Faculty Senate elects officers

Campus Crime Report


 Arts
Day Four has more action for your hour

Breaking News Comics


 Opinion
The King is dead ... for now anyway

Staff Editorial: If pocketbooks can heal, tsunami victims are OK


 Sports
Cougars hope to get away from ghosts of Christmas

Lady Cougars meet their match vs. NMSU Aggies

Slaughter takes spot on Cougar coaching staff


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Volume 7, Issue 3                                    University of Houston


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It's beginning to look a lot like fall: Warmer weather meant many local trees didn't display their typical fall colors until near Christmas. The leaves on these, located near the Moores School of Music, turned a deep red just before New Year's Day.
Construction begins on Cullen Oaks expansion
Construction began Dec. 21 on a $17 million expansion of the Cullen Oaks student housing complex, according to the project's developers.
 

Construction projects will affect campus traffic in January
Two high-profile construction projects will affect campus traffic as students, faculty and staff return to UH for the spring semester.
 

Faculty Senate elects officers
Faculty Senate members elected economics professor Steven Craig to lead the Senate in 2006 and filled empty seats during a meeting Dec. 8.
 

Campus Crime Report
 

Arts & Entertainment stories
Day Four has more action for your hour
Suspense is back in a one-hour timeframe as 24 returns to prime time to captivate audiences -- minute by minute and only in a way Americans could appreciate.
 

Breaking News Comics

Opinion Columns
The King is dead ... for now anyway
In a move that will likely be lauded by less-than-savvy Internet users and mothers of sheltered children, the Federal Trade Commission has worked out a deal with Stanford Wallace, also known as the "Spam King," the Associated Press reported Tuesday. 
 

Staff Editorial: If pocketbooks can heal, tsunami victims are OK

Sports Stories
Cougars hope to get away from ghosts of Christmas
The Cougars closed out the 2004 campaign at 8-5, which included a four-game winning streak in early December as well as a 5-0 home record. They are ahead of the pace of last year's squad by two games, as they were 6-7 at the same point in the season. 
 

Lady Cougars meet their match vs. NMSU Aggies
The Lady Cougars' nine-game winning streak slipped further out of view Monday night as UH marked its third consecutive loss. 
 

Slaughter takes spot on Cougar coaching staff
A longtime high school football coach who worked under UH head coach Art Briles in Stephenville signed on to the Cougar coaching staff Briles announced Monday. 

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