Monday, September 18, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 19
 












Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

'You call this progress?': Workers attempting to fix the traffic lights at the intersection of Cullen Boulevard and Elgin Street kept traffic snarled for much of the day Monday.


President George W. Bush may be facing mounting pressure to retaliate for last week's terrorist attacks, but a bigger problem could be who the United States is retaliating against -- and whether Americans are ready for a non-traditional "war."
On Friday, I found myself lost. Like millions of Americans, I struggled to realize what could drive men to do such things. Standing in front of the University Center, I tried to think of what the students here at UH needed.


Despite a strong resurgence on the Billboard album charts by the infallible Alicia Keys, hard rock band System of a Down powered its way to the No. 1 position Thursday.


Sports terminology takes liberties with the English language that no other section of the paper can exercise to present readers with vibrant, exciting scenarios to increase reader interest.

 

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