Friday, March 1, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 104
 












Kevin Harwerth/The Daily Cougar

Blu Bryant, from Robinson, tries to keep from being trampled after falling off a bull at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. HLS&R ends its run at the Astrodome on Sunday.

With deliberations concerning how much money student organizations and University departments receive concluded and a draft report ready for review, a final report from the Student Fees Advisory Committee could come as early as today. The report would then be presented to UH President Arthur K. Smith and Vice President for Student Affairs Elwyn C. Lee for final approval.


"War is the continuation of politics by other means," Von Klauschwitz said. Partisanship has been a part of American politics for ages. Whether it was the Federalists, Democrats, Whigs or Republicans, they always seem to bump heads. We can argue all day about issues but neither will convince the other that there is a "right" way it'll just result in many views destined to collide.


Didn't think so. That hasn't stopped Hollywood from making yet another feel-good flick devoted entirely to patriotism and people's limbs blown to bits.


The Cougars are headed for warm weather this spring break with their sights set squarely on Tampa, Fla., where they will take on South Florida.

 

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