Monday, January 29, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 84

Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

'Snakes alive:' Local Chinese artists perform at Sharpstown Mall in celebration of the Chinese New Year Saturday. The first day of the Year of the Snake was Wednesday.


Students who want to help make the University campus friendlier now have their chance.
It took me forever to write this article. As the words formed into sentences on my computer, I kept deleting them because everything I wrote was extremely lame. I needed the drive and the inspiration to compel my audience; yet, until yesterday, I had not a single thing to write about.
It's the day she's been waiting for her whole life. The wedding day she's dreamed about for years has finally become a reality. The blushing bride nervously looks into the eyes of the man with whom she's about to spend her wedding night -- only it's not her new husband, it's the lord of her manor.

Texas has demonstrated why it sits atop the track and field standings and the rest of the nation chokes on its dust.


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