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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar

Western sun: Reynaldo Martinez, a barbecue chef from California, surveys the remnants of the rodeo crowd Sunday on the last day of festivities. This yearis Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo grossed more than any other year.


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UH can expect 'gloomy' future
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Itis been yet another dull week in my life. Other than achieving my lifelong dream and actually sleeping most of Saturday away, nothing relevant or earth-shattering happened.
 

March Madness hits; C-USA gets five
March Madness is finally here, and 64 of the nationis best teams will be playing at 16 sites across the country Saturday and Sunday.

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 114, Wednesday, March 19, 2003


News

UH can expect 'gloomy' future

Fiesta celebrates history

Towering sculpture survives journey

Open mike at Poetry and Prose


Opinion

SWM looking for Miss Right

Security not worth high price

Bush's speech ensures victory

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

March Madness hits; C-USA gets five

Cougars can turn it around vs. the Owls 

How to be a fan in 33 steps

Cavs embarrassing even in win

Cougars hit hazard in Austin


Arts & Entertainment

Hi-Fi needs sun to grow on listener

'Irreversible' shocks, lacks sufficient plot

Texans deserve respect

'8 Mile' DVD set to drop

'What Liberal Media?' tackles bias and news



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