Monday, July 29, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 159

Lorrie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

Moving sculptures: Skyla Caviel (age 7), left, and Hilary Obanion (age 10) play atop the geometric sculpture in front of the College of Engineering while waiting for a friend to get out of class Thursday.


University staff members will have an opportunity to make their voices heard Aug. 7 when they cast their ballots in the Staff Council elections.

A weary House of Representatives passed a version of the "fast track" legislation by a three-member margin at 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning. If approved by the Senate, which is very likely, the bill gives the president the power to negotiate trade deals with foreign nations, with the agreements either approved or knocked down by Congress, with no power to amend.

In 1975, following the end of a 20-year-long anti-communism campaign by the United States, millions of Vietnamese fled their homeland and scattered across the world. Green Dragon is about those who made it to Camp Pendleton, an army base the size of Rhode Island outside of San Diego, used to hold Vietnamese refugees in the U.S. until proper housing was made available

"Inside the Lines" is a look into the world of the Cougar football team. Each week Mark Hopkins gives his thoughts on the week that was, game preparations, weekly routine and life as a student athlete. Today he talks about how members of the football team are encouraged to maintain healthy and balanced diets to maintain prime physical conditioning before and during the season.


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