Friday, February 2, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 88

Photos by Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

Lending a helping hand

Top: Computer Science graduate student Ashwin Kambli talks to a student about the Graduate Indian Student Organization's efforts to collect funds for the victims of the recent Indian earthquake.

Bottom: Comptuer science graduate students Don Dsouza and Sujeet Varakhedi receive a cash donation for the relift fund at the table in Melcher Hall. GISO has collected $6,000 in the drive, which ends today.

The planning and construction of the 2001 Frontier Fiesta remains on schedule, despite a few snags, the Frontier Fiesta Association chairman said.
It is not uncommon for presidents, during their waning days in office, to liberally grant pardons to apologetic convicts and political comrades. There was little surprise when former President Clinton announced that there would be a final wave of pardons. 
Despite the fact that it takes you 10 minutes to adjust to the characters‚ thick Cockney accents, Guy Ritchieis off-the-wall comedy Snatch is a definite must see for cravers of innovation.

Fifteen teams will compete at the Houston Indoor Classic Saturday against the Cougar track teams, including the No. 1 Arkansas and No. 2 Texas women's team.


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