Tuesday, November 28, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 69


One week 'til finals

Lauren Wilson/The Daily Cougar

Information Systems Technology senior Bill Mathews enjoyed the cool weather Monday and studied outside for an accounting test. Students preparing for finals in the coming weeks will soon have the benefit of a 24-hour library on campus, which will begin a trial run Nov. 29 through Dec. 12.

Less than a few months after its approval by the Food and Drug Administration, universities have been hesitant to stock the RU-486 abortion-inducing pill in on-campus clinics. Some have carried the "morning after" drug, some are debating whether or not to and some, like the UH health center, have even refused to allow its disbursement.
This Thanksgiving weekend, as we counted our blessings and fought the effects of tryptophan from our turkeys, we could at least be mildly thankful that the 2000 election appeared to be coming to an end.
When musicians release a new album, there is a showcase of progress in their music. The music and lyrics combined portray a reinvention of their work.

There may be those of you who think a team that goes 3-8 couldn't possibly possess any players who merit accolades.

It is precisely because the Cougars finished with such an abysmal record that these players deserve recognition. They never quit, and their performance never wavered.


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