Thursday, September 6, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 11
 












Rich R. Risma/The Daily Cougar

Who's the fairest one of all?: Biology sophomore Jenny Finlay (foreground) and university studies sophomore Lara Rainey set up for a Delta Gamma rush event Wednesday.


Those in attendance at Wednesday's Student Government Administration meeting, in addition to the ordinary routine of Robert's Rules of Order, were treated to an added bonus: hearing up-and-coming artists' music bleeding through the walls of the University Center's Cougar Den.


This is the first week of stress in the college cycle. Boy, it's getting thick. Be sure to get a parking permit if you haven't already ... it seems everywhere I turn in the parking lots, there's rows upon rows of cars marked with yellow envelopes.


With a name like Rufus Wainwright, your career options are rather limited -- you can be a character on Gilligan's Island, a British Parliament member or a rock star. Well, maybe not a rock star per se, but a musician nonetheless.


The training staff at UH is comprised of three full-time trainers, four graduate assistants, and a sliding number of student assistants. These upbeat and excited Cougars love being athletic trainers.

 

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