Monday, July 30, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 157

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

I tawt I taw a tweety boid: Mirtha Renée De Léon, 10, points excitedly at parakeets during a family pet shopping outing to Bebo's Birds at
Interstate 45 and Wayside Drive on Sunday.


With senator attendance dropping to its lowest point of the year, the Student Government Association appeared to be making record time in
conducting its second official summer meeting.

The other day, I came across an interesting bumper sticker that said, "Only fools believe the biased liberal media." I found this statement to
be pretty laughable for two reasons. First of all, not all media is liberal; and second, this statement itself is pretty biased.

Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 classic war film, Apocalypse Now, explored the issues of war with realistic images, unforgettable characters
and a defiant script. The film earned all-around acclaim, getting eight Academy Award nominations, and is considered by many to be the
best war film ever.

The New York Liberty and the Houston Comets entered the Compaq Center on Saturday for a rematch of three WNBA championship


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