Wednesday, June 26, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 150
 












Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

Don't drink the water: Senior geoscience major Kelvin Nguyen tests water samples from the Free Port Galveston Bayou for carbon dioxide levels Tuesday in the Science Center.


Students may have more to look at than long lines and construction tape during the first few weeks of the Fall 2002 semester. Pro-Life Cougars, a group that attempted to bring a pro-life exhibit to campus in November 2001 and later sued the University in January because it was prohibited from displaying that exhibit, was granted an injunction by a federal judge Monday.


You look out over the great, vast desert paradise that you consider home and see hazy, dreary smoke clouding the normally clear and pristine sky of the Southwest.


It's easy to overlook what a filmmaker intends to do with a film when a shaky premise is combined with obscure scenes, not just for a few minutes, but for an entire film.


The Astros steered things back toward normalcy Sunday afternoon as those closest to Darryl Kile returned to the lineup and, for a few hours, attempted to dry their tears and set aside their smothering grief.

 

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