Wednesday, November 7,2001 Volume 67, Issue 55
 












Ken Fontain/The Daily Cougar

And the walls came tumblin' down: Residence and Life Maintenance employees Daniel Cordova, left, and Rick Hoofnagle examine the remains of a wall behind Oberholtzer Hall on Monday. Hoofnagle theorized the wall was knocked down by a delivery truck.

 

Houston Mayor Lee P. Brown will face outgoing City Councilman Orlando Sanchez in a future runoff election to determine whether he will serve a third term.


These are interesting times we live in. Between anthrax scares at home, the war in Afghanistan, and the Yankees losing the World Series, the world has definitely seen a great deal of change since the Sept. 11 attacks. The triumph of the United States over the evil of terrorism has inspired greatness from all walks of life.


Watching Blink-182 with opening act New Found Glory in the Woodlands earlier this year, I found it easy to realize that musicians in the punk rock
genre sound very similar.


Tulane fell hard this weekend, to the best team in Conference USA. The Louisville Cardinals destroyed the Green Wave, defeating them 52-7 Saturday. Louisville's win ties the second-longest conference-winning streak in C-USA's history. Southern Miss recorded 14 straight conference wins from October 1998 to November 2000.

 

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