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By Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

'What did I get myself into?': Maxim Magazine's Rebecca Cardon shouts to the crowd as she dyes university studies freshman Arnold Jamie's hair Wednesday in the UH Bookstore. The Girls of Maxim are on campus through today, promoting Maxim's new brand of hair dye by coloring hair for free.

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Students United for Peace planning on-campus rally
There aren't many issues that the Green Party, the UH chapter of the National Organization for Women, Sankofa, the Black Student Union, the Houston Peace and Justice Center, the Catholic Student Organization, the Shia Muslim Association and local band Free Radicals agree on.
 

It's exciting to see youth protest
Imagine students uniting for peace. OK, now imagine it at UH. That's what several members of UH student organizations have done, and the full realization of it will be in the form of a rally Nov. 4 around 11 a.m. on campus at Lynn Eusan Park, adjacent to the University Hilton and across the street from the University Center.
 

Playing from behind
Now that African-Americans and Hispanics have grown to dominate the countryis most beloved games, why arenit there more minority head coaches?
 

Reggae Hust serves up warm, exotic foods
As the weather in the great Bayou City begins to cool, it is sometimes refreshing to get a taste of the Caribbean, where it stays warm all year round.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 43, Thursday, October 24, 2002


News

Anti-war sentiment runs high 
at trio of events:

Students United for Peace planning on-campus rally

NOW conducts open-mike session

Skits address war's effects at dialogue hosted by Sankofa

Panhellenic sororities at UH celebrate sisterhood


Opinion

It's exciting to see youth protest

Infrastructure needs improving

Bush-bin Laden are irrelevant to today's politics

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Playing from behind

Cougars break the Mustangs in three

UH runners take second place


Arts & Entertainment

Reggae Hut serves up warm, exotic foods

Sandler's 'Punch-Drunk' hits big screen

Rock-filled Buzz Fest shines if it doesn't rain



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