Wednesday, May 29, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 142
 












Hoang Nguyen/The Daily Cougar

Enviro-friendly: Construction crews continue to move trees near M.D. Anderson Memorial Library on Tuesday as part of the library's new expansion project. The expansion, to be completed by Fall 2004, will cost $45 million and will give additional space to the library and the Honors College.

 

The UH System Board of Regents on May 15 approved plans submitted by the Cesar Pelli & Associates architecture firm for a new $51 million
science, engineering and classroom building.


Sometime soon in California, high school students in several Northern Los Angeles schools will not be able to attend graduation unless
college or military bound after graduation.


Now, critics are complaining that Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones has too much action and that the cheesy love story is laden with
terrible dialogue and acting that falls short of a middle school play.


But the Cougars still potentially have a long way to go before their season is over. Houston was defeated by East Carolina in the championship game of the C-USA tournament, but despite the loss, the Cougars managed to score the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Regional in Mesa, Ariz. at Hohokam Park. The Cougars and South Alabama are the only two No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Regionals that are not hosting a tournament.

 

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