Tuesday, January 29, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 81
 












Lorrie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

No, it's not the Rice owl: Junior art education major Christina Gutierrez puts her creativity to good use while painting an owl during art class.

 

The Battalion, the student newspaper of Texas A&M University, was forced to apologize in Monday's editions of its publication for publishing a cartoon many found to be insensitive.


Media coverage during the past several months has been absolutely saturated with news on the Sept. 11 attacks, the current U.S.-led war against Al-Qaida, and the collapse of Enron. Even before that, we spent the entire summer reading about Gary Condit's affair with a missing D.C. intern just because the American press was that desperate for stories. 


I might be a little biased by the fact that I've met him many times and he's absolutely the most charming and unpretentious person I, personally, have ever been swept away by the music of, but I nonetheless feel objective in saying this: Adam Carroll rules.


San Diego is known for its breathtaking weather, its natural beauty and its world-famous zoo.

 

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