Thursday, November 15, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 61

Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

Ladies and gentlemen, the next Donny and Marie: As part of Diversity Week, Spanish senior Luci Pineda and her brother Jose, a political science freshman, perform at an open mic performance Wednesday night in the Cougar Cafe at the University Center.

Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin told a Houston audience Wednesday that his formerly communist nation seeks an active partnership with the United States and its North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies to create a new international security structure.

Now that the Taliban has left Kabul, the capital of the country our nation has been bombing since mid-October, the possibility of the war on the people of Afghanistan nearing its end is filling me with overwhelming joy.

Houston's rock/alternative radio station KTBZ-FM, a.k.a. 94.5 The Buzz, has its annual or, in this year's case, semi-annual Buzzfest to bring together its mass audience for a day of fun and tons of music.

Who would have thought the UH seniors would go into the final home game of their careers looking for the team's first win of the season? But that will be the case when the Cougars take the field against Alabama-Birmingham at 7 p.m. Saturday.


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