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Good for the mind and the body: Assistant professor of geology Mike Murphy (front) and modern classical languages doctoral candidate Tony Checa practice T'ai Chi on Monday. A T'ai Chi instructional fitness program is taught at 5 p.m. every Monday in Room 223 of the Melcher Gymnasium by ITV staff member Don Price, who has taught the art for 17 years.

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Fall ceremony first ever for CLASS
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C-USA names new commish
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Riddlin's dull act begs for a timeout
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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 41, Tuesday, October 22, 2002


News

Fall ceremony first ever for CLASS

Candidates clash at UH tonight

Funny man speaks out on alcohol

UH project uses tech to teach youth


Opinion

War a corpse collector's dream

Happy 'Weasel Day,' everybody

Watching Anna and suffering

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

C-USA names new commish

Longoni adjusts to UH, America

OU leapfrogs Hurricanes in first BCS poll

California series doesn't disappoint


Arts & Entertainment

Riddlin's dull act begs for a timeout

Plea For Peace rings loud, few underground bands take action

The great Charlie Brown returns 
for Halloween

Necrophilia hits'Raw;' Four Horsemen may be back



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