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By Bryan Kung/The Daily Cougar

Dancin' the night away: Samir Patel (left), a junior business major, health sophomore Neha Tailor (right) and Sonia Bhushan (center), a senior marketing and finance major, dance during Taal Ke Raat, or Night of Rhythm. The South Asian Cultural Association sponsored the Sunday night event.



Students get heard at SGA forum
Students with campus issues had a chance if they were willing to brave the rain, that is to get the Student Government Association on the ball in resolving UH problems Monday during SGA's monthly town hall meeting in the PGH Breezeway.

Oh, Sun, won't you come back
It's not good for us to go too long without the sun. Aside from the Vitamin D depletion, about 25 percent of the population suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder, the National Mental Health Association said.

Autry must be singing to the Angels
You canit beat it. Even the larger-than-life Barry Bonds couldnit swat down the demons who visit the diamond every fall, bringing along a mystique and phenomenon that overwhelms the gameis finest players.

Legendary Clinton, all-stars keep 
the funk party rolling
Though the Mothership didnit land on Verizon Wireless Theateris stage Saturday night, Dr. Funkenstein made a house call, and his five-hour operation was a certain cure for anyone who hadnit been funked lately.

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 46, Tuesday, October 29, 2002


Students get heard at SGA forum

Bauer students to participate in Leadership Week

Cinco Ranch looks to build enrollment


Oh, Sun, won't you come back

Don't worry about North Korea

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Autry must be singing to the Angels

Rumors kept quiet as Memphis looms

Irish luck may keep Miami out of Fiesta

Cougars won't play on wet field 

Sports solicits votes

Arts & Entertainment

Legendary Clinton, all-stars keep the funk party rolling

Nirvana CD brings back 14 classics

Rowland strikes deep with solo debut effort

'Truth' fails to make any sense

Foo Fighters move on with love songs

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