Thursday, February 7, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 88
 












Lorrie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

At least it looks like spring: Despite temperatures in the 40s, these ornamental flowering pear trees brighten up the UH campus near the
Graduate School of Social Work Building.

 

After a half-century during which the United States and Russia were bitter enemies, followed by a decade that saw the beginnings of an uneasy friendship, the two countries are now poised to begin a new partnership to meet the challenges of the 21st century.


I have been inspired to take off my Republican glasses of clarity, truth and logic and to replace them with the rose lenses of liberalism, just for long enough to see Osama bin Laden as liberal Democrats see him: as a hero who's overcome adversity. A person like Andrea Yates, who is not accountable for her own actions. Now of course poor Andrea had post-partum depression, so that's her excuse ... er, um, I mean, reason.


For 70 years now, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has been a Houston tradition. About 13,000 volunteers annually give their time
and talent to produce the world's largest livestock exhibition and entertainment event.


The UH women's basketball team (15-6, 5-3 in Conference USA) finally returns to Hofheinz this weekend for a two-game home stand.

 

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