Wednesday, April 11, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 130

Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

Nature as art: Seniors entrepreneurship major Ana Fuentes, graphic communication major Jim de Vega, sculpture major Mariana Saldana and biology major Bryan Dominguez admire sculpture major Chad Thorne's piece at the Fine Arts Building, displayed in the 2001 Student Exhibition. "Untitled 2000," a 13-foot metal tree, is an illustration done on the study of motion.


Steven Barth, a hospitality industry lawyer and associate professor in the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, claims he has suffered retaliation for being a whistleblower.

My life has changed since the accident that bruised my spinal cord. In some ways, a perk is even involved. A handicapped parking sticker can be a valuable commodity.

As the diversity of music increases through the merging of different genres, we now fairly often find bands with a punk-metal flair. This particular merging of two very different-sounding types of music is becoming more and more popular. Thrice, a quartet made up of Dustin (guitar/vocals), Teppei (lead guitar), Edward (bass), and Riley (drums), incorporates this new sound on their album, Identity Crisis.

With six seniors on the most victorious Lady Cougar team since the 1991-92 season, fans should expect at least one to make a try for professional play. European leagues overseas have long been a staple of professional women's basketball, but with the five-year-old WNBA, women can continue to play in their own nation in front of family and friends.


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