Monday, July 8, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 153
 












Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

High School and Middle School students enjoy refreshments in front of the Moores School of Music on Sunday at Summer Band Camp.

The UH police department has two new neighbors. Two new Ford Think Neighbors, actually.


I've read some of the articles from other columnists, and I've realized just how depressing we all sound. Even I, in the past, have been kind of a downer about the state of the world. I've noticed that we rant and rave about every injustice we can get our journalistic hands on.


Are you noticing a new trend in Hollywood? Every other week, it seems another music star leaps onto the big screen with little or no acting experience. The onslaught of this trend recently brought us Glitter, On the Line, Crossroads and The Wash. It continues next year with iNSyncis Grease 3 and Brittany Spearsi untitled NASCAR project.


Ted Williams, arguably the greatest hitter in baseball, died Friday in Crystal River, Fla. Williams was 83

 

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