Tuesday, November 20, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 63

Henri Chen/The Daily Cougar

Peace, love and understanding: Houston activists participate in a Sunday march and rally opposing the U.S.-led military campaign in
Afghanistan and attack on American Muslims and Arab-Americans following Sept. 11. The rally was held in Southwest Houston.

The growing AIDS epidemic in Africa isn't a problem just for that continent, but an issue that needs to be addressed by the entire world, said Joy Ezeilo, a speaker at Monday's "HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Africa" program in the Oberholtzer Hall Ballroom.

For starters, the stores have all had their Christmas decorations up for a month by now, and we should have finished off our Halloween candy.
Oh, and we get a couple days off school. I plan to sleep in really late, read a couple books and generally goof off.

It is indeed a reassuring feeling to see the strong provision of touring, hip-hop acts that has come through Houston recently. The only bad thing about being a fan of rap music is the fact that many artists seem to just make records and move on. It demonstrates great character when an artist makes the effort to go out on tour and make music for a large variety of audiences.

Ohio State, then ranked No. 25, lost to then-No. 12 Illinois, 34-22. But the Buckeyes weren't playing with their usual quarterback. Backup Craig Krenzel started in place of Steve Bellisari, who was suspended for one week after being charged with drunken driving.


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