Friday, September 7, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 12
 












Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

We're baaaaack!: The newly remodeled University Copy Center, located in the University Center Underground, recently reopened after undergoing extensive renovations and repairs from damages caused by Tropical Storm Allison.


Many people have worked minimum wage jobs, but few have actually gone out specifically to get one. That is precisely what author Barbara
Ehrenreich set out to do one her two-year study of minimum wage work.


It's almost inevitable -- as a Houston driver, you are bound to hit potholes every day. Occasionally you get some really good ones. You know, the
ones that make your CD player skip, the ones that seriously convince you your tire is about to fall off. When this happens to me, a series of
expletives are launched in my mind. And at whom are they aimed? Not at George W. Bush. Not even at Rick Perry, but at several local politicians we
refer to as our city government.


Joining the growing progressive rap movement is West Coast rapper-singer-poet Mystic, who doesn't mince words in her delivery of vivid images of self-love, self-respect and righteousness.


The UH volleyball team (2-2) will take the court at the Kansas State Wildcat Classic in Manhattan, Kan., today and Saturday.

 

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