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officials gear up for hurricane season
As the heat of another Houston summer sets in, so does
the concern of UH students, staff and faculty regarding hurricane season.
For those on campus in June 2001, the damage caused by Tropical Storm Allison
serves as a reminder of how vicious these storms can be.
using 9/11 as an excuse
When President Bushis claims
of Saddamis supposed arsenal of weapons of mass destruction come up empty,
I find it disturbing that critics are quick to label those who never justified
war with these accusations as "Saddam sympathizers."
Omaha dream deferred
The Cougars attempted to
pull off the impossible. Beat the No. 1 team in the country on their home
field against a pitcher that had already beaten them twice convincingly
proves its worth ... again
If thereis one genre of music that music snobs look down
on, itis pop-punk. Long gone are the days when NOFX and No Use For A Name
were the best known bands with nasally voices and simple guitar riffs.
Volume 68, Issue 147, Wednesday, June 11, 2003
UH officials gear up for
Scientists study salt in storms
Quit using 9/11 as an excuse
Internet is answer to boredom
Cougars' Omaha dream deferred
UH gets no respect from local media
MLB should put cork in corked bat issue
Coogs hit the track
Mest proves its worth ... again
Symphony celebrates summer with concerts
Pop Art on show at Menil
Don't waste money on big summer concerts