Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 120
 












Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

A worthy cause: Sophomore pre-business major Jyotika Gupta and senior accounting major Dolores Rose watch Kim Tharp, a junior marketing major, make a donation for the earthquake victims of El Salvador and India. Each jug is named after an accounting teacher who has volunteered to kiss a pig during Frontier Fiesta if their jug collects the most money.

 

Opposition to the choice for the UH Law Center commencement speaker failed to sway the dean from her decision to invite attorney Sarah Weddington to deliver the address May 11.


On March 9, a 12-year-old boy was tried as an adult for first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole.


With a sound as vibrant as D'Angelo and as soulful as Marvin Gaye, Jaheim still has a style all his own. His much-anticipated debut album Ghetto Love is a ride on the soul train. With his old-school beats and modern verses, Jaheim is an incredible talent who gives every word he sings an incomparable passion.


Xavier (31-3) pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the women's 2001 NCAA tournament when it topped Tennessee (30-3) 80-65 on Saturday in the Mideast Regional semifinals. It was the earliest Lady Vol exit from the tourney since 1994.

 

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