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Six colleges will hold December commencement

Library security improving after computer theft

Campus Crime Report


 Arts
Ludacris does the expected on 'District'

'Twelve' surpasses 'Eleven'

Breaking News Comics


 Opinion
Confessions of a sitcom-poor college student

Staff Editorial: 'Constitution Day' won't make us better informed

Editorial Cartoon


 Sports
Cougars play Cards right

At 8-0, Lady Cougars in stride, break into AP poll

Six early in line for Lady Cougars


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Volume 7, Issue 1                                    University of Houston


Pin Lim/Breaking News


Ex libris: Students sell textbooks Tuesday at a temporary buyback location near Agnes Arnold Hall. Book buyback will continue through the week as final exams wrap up and students head home for the holidays.
Six colleges will hold December commencement
As the fall semester draws to a close, six of UH's colleges will hold commencement ceremonies for December graduates. 


Library security improving after computer theft
University officials are working with library staff on better security after someone stole about 20 laptop computers and computer parts from the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Campus Crime Report

Arts & Entertainment stories
Ludacris does the expected in 'District'
The slick burlesque-show theme Ludacris uses for the liner notes on The Red Light District may be a departure from the raunchy debauchery of the notes for Chicken N Beer and the low-budget head enlargement of Word of Mouf's booklet, but the music is just what everyone has come to expect.

'Twelve' surpasses 'Eleven'

In 2001, fans who went to see the star-studded cast of Ocean's Eleven saw Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and his crew of 10 thieves sneak and cajole their way into the impenetrable vaults of a Las Vegas casino making off with $160 million. 


Breaking News Comics

Opinion Columns
Confessions of a sitcom-poor college studentWinter break is a time in which many college students go home to hang out with their parents and younger siblings, and even those students who remain on their own for whatever reason (holiday pay or a nagging Oedipal Complex) have extra time on their hands.

Editorial Cartoon

Staff Editorial: 'Constitution Day' won't make us better informed

Sports Stories
Cougars play Cards right
BEAUMONT -- Lamar head coach Billy Tubbs said his team had made it a point leading up to their game against the Cougars to keep guards Andre Owens and Lanny Smith in check.

At 8-0, Lady Cougars in stride, break into AP poll
In their best start since 1991, the Lady Cougars have their first foothold on the AP rankings, coming in at No. 22 in the poll released Dec. 6.

Six early in line for Lady Cougars 
Four players signed National Letters of Intent and two signed Statements of Financial Aid last week, putting their name in to join the Lady Cougars in 2005, head coach Joe Curl announced Dec. 8.

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