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Houstonians offer support for Cougars in Liberty Bowl

Faculty Senate elects new president

Air Force official praises UH cadets

SGA approves presidential nomination


 Arts
'Red Steell' doesn't cut it for Wii users

'Reimagined' jazz album gets an electronic touch

'Blood' is a true diamond in the rough


 Opinion
Bees: the weapons of the future

Education should be backed up by evidence

Editorial Cartoon


 Sports
Houston's defense will be key against Arizona

Cougars hope to attain victory in Troy Classic


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Volume 9, Issue 1                                    University of Houston

Houstonians offer support for Cougars
in Liberty Bowl

 A game ticket and round-trip bus transportation package to see the Cougars face off against the South Carolina Game Cocks at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis will cost $30 for the first 350 student reservations, the UH Athletics Department announced last week.

Faculty Senate elects new president
The Faculty Senate elected Department of Decision and Information Sciences professor Wynne Chin as its new president at a meeting Dec. 6 in the M.D. Anderson Library Rockwell Pavilion.

Air Force official praises UH cadets
One of the U.S. Air Force’s top officials Wednesday praised cadets from the UH Air Force ROTC and local area high schools for their service commitment

SGA approves presidential nomination
The Student Government Association approved an election calendar proposal for the spring 2007 SGA elections and approved one of two presidential nominations for open seats Dec. 6 at its final meeting of the semester.

Arts & Entertainment stories
'Red Steel' doesn't cut it for Wii users
Taking a sidestep out of the ever popular World War II niche, the people at Ubisoft decided to use the Nintendo Wii’s motion sensing capabilities to give gamers a chance to combine sword fights with gun play with Red Steel.

'Reimagined' jazz album gets an electronic touch
Remix compilations usually fail to come close to musical legends’ original work.

'Blood' is a true diamond in the rough
Blood Diamond follows two men on the hunt for a rare pink diamond in 1999 in Sierra Leone.

Opinion Columns
Bees: the weapon of the future
The police of the future will have no need for guns. They will have no need for expensive firepower to protect the innocent populace from the evildoers of the world.

Education should be backed by evidence
Geneticists have detected evidence of recent human evolution among people of East Africa, the New York Times reported.

Editorial Cartoon

Sports Stories
Houston's defense will be key against Arizona
Houston has put up enough offense to be ranked the second-highest scoring team in the nation at 91.7 points per game going into its 8 p.m. Sunday at Associated Press No. 11 Arizona.

Cougars hope to attain victory in Troy Classic
The Cougar women's basketball team (1-6, 0-1 Conference USA) will head to Los Angeles to compete in the Troy Classic.

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