Thursday, November 30, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 71
 












 
 
 

Money for nothing ... well, almost


Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Students lined up at the UC bookstore Wednesday to try to get money back for books by selling them to the store. The bookstore is also offering a holiday sale of 25 percent off several items through Dec. 15. Discount items include all University clothing, hats and jewelry, among other items.
With all impeachment proceedings aside, the Student Government Association went straight into business at its meeting Wednesday night, passing legislation for the creation of a geography major and minor and appointing a director of finance and an SGA advisor.
Ever since the night of the non-election election, I have maintained one theory: Either side will do anything to win. The idea that either side would even try to approach this situation fairly and hammer out an equitable system of figuring out who won is laughable. If either side had dealt with this election fairly, they'd have lost, because the other side would not have been fair. The incentives to cheat were simply too great.
The ska/punk scene has dwindled down to the level at which it was before it got hot. On the positive side, though, faithful music fans are still attending show after show at Fitzgerald's for a taste of ska and punk.


A week of recognition for UH senior linebacker Wayne Rogers continued Wednesday when he was named Conference USA Co-Defensive Player of the Year.

 

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