Tuesday, April 24,2001 Volume 66, Issue 139
 












Brian Viney/The Daily Cougar

En garde: Members of the Fencing Club at the University of Houston practice on Monday in Melcher Gymnasium. The group was the winner of the 2000-2001 Southwest Intercollegiate Fencing Association Championship.

 

Renovations of the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library, which are expected to begin next spring and end in the fall of 2004, will add a new face, a new entrance and a new wing to the building.


Last week, I wrote about what it's like in the real world, that plans and aspirations don't end when you get your degree. Oh, no. That's just the beginning.


New York radio DJ Angie Martinez' debut album, The Up Close and Personal Project, doesn't prove that she has rhyming skills. It doesn't prove she can hang lyrically with her female peers, and it does not prove that she has a long-lasting future ahead of her as a rapper.


The NFL draft came and went in two short days. Some saw their childhood fantasies come true while others saw their dreams come to a crashing halt. A few teams positioned themselves for a title run, while others solidified themselves as pretenders.

 

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