Thursday, November 16, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 63
 











 

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Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Freshman computer science major Delicia Judge carefully makes a candle during a crafts event at the opening of CEO Cultural Awareness Week Monday. The week will culminate with a 7 p.m. variety show tonight at Cullen Performance Hall.


Student Government Association President James Robertson Jr. was exonerated of all impeachment charges during the SGA Senate meeting Wednesday after a five-month-long investigation.
This is the last time this semester my column will appear on a regularly scheduled day in The Daily Cougar. Yes, sirrie Bob, I am resigning my position as a regular running columnist -- but don't worry, this space won't be blank next week. It will be filled with the viewpoints of those we seek out to write guest editorials. 
First published in 1957, Dr. Seuss' classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas has charmed charmed readers young and old.


The Louisville Cardinals are flying high. With a win against the Cougars, the Cardinals would wrap up a Conference USA championship.

 

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