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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar
Going for the goal: USA West's
Wilmer Barrera (right) defends Honduras' Cruz-Fernando Avila (left) during
the 2003 United States Soccer Festival at Robertson Stadium and hosted
by the Texas State Soccer Association on Tuesday.
campaigns for underprivileged kids
In an effort to help underprivileged Houston area children
with school supplies, the Houston Alumni Organization is holding its 13th
Annual Operation School Supplies Campaign.
people ruin good days
I have a proposition. Now it may not rank high with other
goals like creating world peace, saving the Iraqi people (oh, wait that
goal is already taken) and recycling, but it does serve an unmet need in
need to make a deal
In Monday's Cougar Pause diatribe, I neglected to mention
that Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane is a Baylor alum as well. He's
also chairman of the school's board of regents. He obtained his business
degree in Waco and parlayed it into a career in food distribution.
bridges gap between dub electronica, hip-hop
Dub electronica and ambient beats aren't all that popular
today, even on campus. Sure, the occasional music snob listens to them
to prove their underground taste, but as a whole, they are heartily avoided.
Most students would be happier morphing that style into one of its more
popular cousins -- hip-hop or dance.
Volume 68, Issue 161, Wednesday, July 30, 2003
HAO campaigns for underprivileged
Law prof receives national honors
Program to educate students about alcohol
Dumb people ruin good days
Piracy prevention needs work
Astros need to make a deal
Leslie injury hurts LA, helps rest
Pole bridges gap between dub electronica,
'Vengeance' best PPV since Wrestlemania