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Tantric art

Left: Tibetan monks from the Drepung Loesling monastery work on sand paintings, which they pour one grain at a time, in the University Center Underground on Tuesday. The artists are here through Friday.

Below: Monks perform a ceremony in the UC Underground World Affairs Lounge. The event is being sponsored by the Student Program Board and the Metropolitan Volunteer Program.


Volume 68, Issue 17, Wednesday, September 18, 2002

TOP STORIES

Rec Center will offer impressive features
The frame is all there for the new Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. However, there's no carpet, no railings, no furniture, no walls in some places, the pool doesn't have a bottom surface and the rock wall doesn't yet have handholds.
 

No naughty music at football
So here's the rub: in this great nation of ours, why are all men (and women) created equal, but all words are not? If a white man and a black man both say the same word out loud, shouldn't it have the same meaning? 
 

Pepper spray stops game
Games have been played in conditions of high heat, rain, snow, ice, wind and impending hurricanes. But has one ever been played under high concentrations of pepper spray? 

A trio of rising bands leaves crowd rocking out
Excited and apathetic Houstonians witnessed household names in the making Monday night at the Verizon Wireless Theater.
 

Cougar Comics


News

Rec Center will offer impressive features

SGA Senate will discuss election legislation


Opinion

No naughty music at football

Iraqi promises may be paper-thin

Love of America is like love of a child

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Pepper spray stops game

Shoring up the Cougar 'D'

Astros keep losing the big games

UH slighlty sub-par at Sooner


Arts & Entertainment

A trio of rising bands leaves crowd rocking out

WWE's publicity stunt involving gay wedding upsets GLAAD



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