Monday, July 15, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 155

Lorrie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

Men can do more than grill: Junior finance major Gabriel Castro (left) gets his copy of A Man's Place Is In The Kitchen signed by the book's author Scott Avery at the University Bookstore on Thursday. Avery is a "self-styled guru of the kitchen."


The Student Government Association continued to focus on changing the University's grading policy, with its grade replacement bill taking center stage during Wednesday's senate meeting in the University Center.

The Catholic Church has the power to end the human war. If millions of people around the world would hear the Sunday sermon message: "War contradicts the teachings of Jesus Christ!" perhaps the U.S. war machine could stop its deadly churning.

Road to Perdition follows a six-week span in the life of Michael Sullivan, a contract killer for John Rooney, head of the Irish mob in suburban Chicago. In the opening shot of the film, his oldest son, Michael Sullivan Jr., with his back turned to the camera, says, "Some say my father was a good man; others say he had no good in him at all." This is the challenge for the audience. Is Michael Sullivan the hero or the villain?

Cougar football is in its final stretch before Fall camp. Only 15 workout days are left until July 31, which is the last workout date of the summer.


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