Thursday, April 5, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 126
 












Rich R. Risma/The Daily Cougar


Bon appetit: Senior hotel and restaurant management majors Alan Panek, left, Trish Marsalia, Laura Farcas, Makafui Agbatui and John Johnson, students of the Advanced Food and Beverage Management class, prepare Hawaiian dishes at the University Hilton's Barron's Restaurant as part of the Spring 2001 International Dinner Series.

 

The 38th Student Government Association administration addressed campus issues the organization will have to deal with pending certification of the elected members.


With the Soviet Union dissolved, China is the only serious rival the United States faces. Although that's nothing new, the situation involving the 24 captives, dismantled plane and present standoff is certainly unlike anything either country has experienced in some time. 


Pop sensation 'NSync is set to say "Bye Bye Bye" to the 2000 smash album No Strings Attached as the group unveiled the title to their new album, Celebrity. Celebrity is due in stores on June 26, six weeks after the group hits the road on its spring/summer tour. That tour, by the way, will make a stop here in Houston when Justin, JC, Joey, Chris and Lance strut their stuff July 6 at the Reliant Astrodome.


Track and field head coach Leroy Burrell is once again pitting his teams against the cream of the crop at the 74th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, which began Wednesday at Mike A. Meyers Stadium in Austin.

 

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