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Thursday, October 22, 1998
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 43

SA Approves Budget

Lower Student Loan Rates

Kappas Assist Shelter

Roommate 101

Campus Crime Report

Campus Spotlight

Welcome to Pleasantville

Faking Orgazmo

Cheap Eat$

Kings of Comedy

Blaffer Profile

Right to Privacy

The People vs. Gates

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Top 25 Notebook

Sports Opinion

Staff Editorial

About the Cougar

During the shake down on our new site, we'll do our best to have The Daily Cougar on the Web by noon. As soon as we get the kinks worked out, we'll have it ready to go with your morning coffee. Thanks for your patience.

Kelly Truitt
Production Manager
Student Publications

Today's Top Story

In a special meeting Wednesday, the Students' Association Senate unanimously passed its budget for the 1998-99 fiscal year and introduced legislation on Frontier Fiesta.

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On Campus Today . . .

Is it better to clean once in a while or keep up with it everyday? Is it better to socialize with your roommate or have friends of your own? Do you prefer to wake up early or sleep in late after a long night of studying?

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In Opinion Today . . .

 If you want to know how it feels to get hate mail, write a column for The Daily Cougar giving your honest opinion.

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In Entertainment Today . . .

In Pleasantville, USA, everything is reminiscent of the ultimate utopia that can only be read in books. It never rains, the temperature always reads 72, basketballs always make it through the net and sex doesn't exist.

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In Sports Today . . .

With Virginia being upset by Georgia Tech, there are now five teams undefeated in the Top 10. Wisconsin, in the ninth seat, is the lowest ranked of the top five. There is a good chance that all five teams could go undefeated.

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This Week's Feature

"What is art? Are we art? Or is art, art?" Laugh all you want, but these profound philosophical questions were posed by an important art critic of the late '80s and early '90s.

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'This isn't permanent, right?'

Lisa Chmiola/
The Daily Cougar
Sophomore MIS major Diana Ramirez and junior communication major Nazish Siddiqu paint a 1998 Volkswagen Beetle Wednesday in front of the University Center during a promotion sponsored by Chartwell's, Cherry Coke and Volkswagen. Students who parked their Beetles in front of the UC for the day received a $10 credit on their Cougar OneCards. Senior history major Damian Valle, who parked his 1972 Beetle in the circular drive, said, "Ten dollars on the Cougar Card for free parking -- can't beat that."


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