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A Nation Divided
With American troops fighting and dying in Afghanistan and Iraq, there's no better way to celebrate our nation's birthday than by paying tribute to the millions of Americans that fought and died so their vision of America could live. 
 

Listening is key to a start
I was amazed by the amount of e-mail I received in response to last week's column (I've been too busy to reply to most of them). Apparently, I was right -- a lot of us are more than ready to drop our masks and share our true selves with the world. That, of course, is only half the battle.
 

Soccer still eludes U.S. attention
Soccer is the world's sport -- or so the rest of the world would have the United States believe.
 

'T3' rises beyond bad logic
The good thing about Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is that it makes few attempts to cover its clumsy tracks through time. If Johnny Moscow and Co. spent two hours spewing out time-travel jargon, audiences would have been ranting "Hasta la vista" to Arnold Schwarzenegger's shady android who likes the comeback theme.
 
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 154, Monday, July 7, 2003


News

A Nation Divided

SGA wants voice in amending UH codes

Web site may have Cougars cuddling by fall


Opinion

Listening is key to a start

RIAA should not be crying

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Soccer still eludes U. S. attention

Comets hit NYC for All-Star game


Arts & Entertainment

'T3 rises beyond bad logic

S.T.U.N. hints at old peace punk



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