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Mayoral candidates introduced on PBS forum
With canned speeches, 15-second sound bites and negative campaigns, candidates often leave voters disheartened and with little solid information when time comes to cast the ballots. But, as part of the New Patriotism Project, Houston PBS and the League of Women Voters will present the first of three ground breaking broadcasts Tuesday to introduce the 2004 Mayoral candidates. 
 

Life is a 'sink' or 'swim' task
Things don't always work out the way we plan them. No matter how many hours we spend preparing for any future we can imagine, our most intricate designs are shattered in an instant by a reality we really know nothing about. Existence is simply unpredictable.
 

Tearful Kobe tears image with affair
He may not be able to sell shoes, but Kobe Bryant sure knows how to spin a story. If recent reports are true, he may walk away from a sexual assault charge without any repercussions.
 

Concert goers still soothed by Dave Matthews Band
It's become an annual event; The Dave Matthews Band summer tour arrived Tuesday at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Every year, the band's tour runs through the city, and each year the show is sold out.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 158, Monday, July 21, 2003


News

Mayoral candidates introduced on PBS forum

'Gator' snacks and wild horses make for memorable summer

Forum to discuss Spring '04 tuition rate


Opinion

Life is a 'sink or swim' task

Eating habits begin at home

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Tearful Kobe tears image with affair

Pritchett returns to finish some business

Debut plays huge dividends to UH

Whitting leaves for TCU


Arts & Entertainment

Concert goers still soothed by Dave Matthews Band

Tavern's weak drinks good for elderly, naive.

'Bad Boys' dominates box office



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