Friday, April 20, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 137
 












Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

Look closely: Junior biology major Sam Baba works in a genetics lab on separating mutated fruit flies for a biology class. A mutation was performed at the beginning of the semester and students are now mapping certain chromosomes.

 

UH President Arthur K. Smith submitted his recommendations to the report for the Student Fee Advisory Committee regarding the allocations of student fees for the 2001-02 school year.


Some people might say we shouldn't begin to prosecute U.S. leaders for crimes against humanity. Where would it end?

Possibly with President Bush, whose latest act of reckless stupidity will gut our nation's anti-crime initiatives, including a $1 billion dollar reduction in aid to state governments and a $182 million cut from Clinton's anti-crime program.


Buckcherry has been at it again. The band's six week U.S. tour ended in late February, about a month before its new album, Time Bomb, was released.


The Cougar track and field teams will be hitting the road for the third weekend in a row when the UH speedsters travel to Waco to compete in the Michael Johnson Invitational on Saturday.

 

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