Thursday, November 29, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 68
 












Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

Picture this: Studio arts/photography sophomore Tessa Goth displays her final project for critique in the Fine Arts Building.


 

The Cougar 1Card is set to become a necessity for students wishing to perform a host of functions next Spring, when UH issues new
identification cards.


Admittedly, I'm not always the first to catch on to important cultural insurrection campaigns. But I have caught wind of one that must have started around the era of industrialization.


This band uses the phrases "campground of my soul," "ashes of desire" and "like blackened doves in the wind" in the same verse of the first song.


Sorry boys and girls, it's time to close the lid, for this will be the last "Trashman" of the semester. But there's still plenty of trash to dispose.

 

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