Wednesday, June 19, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 148
 












Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Every dog has its day: Paul Pease, director of student affairs at the College of Optometry, helps Stella, his 2-year-old border collie mix, cool off on a hot Sunday afternoon.

 

Leaks in the roof, an uneven floor and the need for a new grease trap were the major "surprises" that have impeded project completion.
 
It's been more than nine months since Sept. 11, and even as partisan politics, corporate scandal, and surprising U.S. soccer victories dominate the headlines, most of us still realize that we face, in the words of countless politicians, a "clear and present danger." It is this danger which led President Bush to embark upon a new era in foreign policy: preemption.


Yeah, I know it's summertime and all, but even if this is the best film of late, Minority Report isn't Steven Spielberg's best of what he's done, and hopefully of what he can do.


The Houston baseball team continues to receive much-deserved honors for its outstanding teammates this season, even after losing to Texas in the NCAA Super Regionals in Austin July 9.

 

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