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By Bryan Kung/The Daily Cougar
These guys are good: Victoria-Anne Davidson of Georgetown University
argues international space law to a panel of judges from The Hague on Wednesday
in the Wortham Theatre. The final round of the International Space Law
Moot Court Competition was argued at UH as part of the World Space Congress
going on in Houston this week. Davidson and her teammate, Caroline Ang
(left foreground), argued in the mock trial against Vicky Williams and
Kelly Gable (left background) from the University of New South Wales in
Sydney, Australia. The other university competing was England's Warwick
School of Law (not pictured). The Hague justices presiding over the trial
were Thomas Buengenthal, Abdul Koroma and Nabil Elaraby (right background).
students get help in English
AUH is known for its cultural
diversity and boasts an international student population that represents
126 countries this semester.
However, many of these students come to UH without much
of a grasp of the English language.
apologies not accepted
It is a sad day in our history when overzealous, religious
right-wingers run their mouths, make offensive slurs and then have to apologize
for all the crap they spout.
go down in 4
The cool evening air did not find its way into Hofheinz
Pavilion as crosstown rivals battled Thursday night.
of Mudd hits Downtown
He doesn't want to talk about it.
Neither does Joffrey Reynolds. Or Nick Eddy, or Hanik Milligan. Or
any of the coaches.
Volume 68, Issue 39, Friday, October 18, 2002
Diverse students get help
College Bowl comes to UC
Students lose parking to visitors
Fake apologies not accepted
Where can I get a good haircut?
Coogs go down in 4
Cougars ready for I-45 rivalry
Conference can't produce consistent
It's do or die for Army
Puddle of Mudd hits Downtown
Gwar immerses fans in bizarre, 'bloody'
Horrifying 'Ring' offers lots of chills