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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar
El Dia de los
Muertos: Members of Sigma Lambda Beta display objects relating to the
Day of the Dead Friday in the University Center. The celebration originated
more than 3,000 years ago in the Aztec civilization to celebrate the dead.
The holiday officially falls on Nov. 2, the day after All Saints Day.
withstands late Memphis charge
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — On a gray, soggy Saturday afternoon
in Memphis, the UH football team finally put together a complete game.
The Cougars made critical plays, limited turnovers and penalties, and held
off a late charge by the Memphis Tigers to claim a 26-21 conference road
win and increase its record to 4-4 (2-3 in Conference USA).
rely on political parties
As you read this article, it is hoped that most of America
will be gearing up to go to the polls and exercise their right to vote.
Tomorrow's elections are slightly more loaded than those in recent years.
comes to the rescue
Before the closing play of the Cougarsi 26-21 victory
Saturday against the scrappy Memphis Tigers, the affair that was riddled
with rain was about to get even messier for the Cougar football program.
brings 'Frida' to life
Salma Hayek never looked better.
Not even a furry brow and peach fuzz could keep the curvy
Latina from melting the screen. But in her latest film, Frida, Hayek entertains
with more than alluring looks and sharp-tongued comebacks smothered with
a heavy accent.
Volume 68, Issue 50, Monday, November 4, 2002
UH withstands late Memphis
Parade, activities look to build spirit
Higher fees to benefit Bauer
Don't rely on political parties
Protest diversity is outstanding
Defense comes to the rescue
Cougars are serious about a bowl berth
Soccer advances to conference tourney
Coogs sunk by Owls and Hogs
UH sweeps conference rivals
Hayek brings 'Frida' to life
Handel's baroque opera could use some repairs
Allen gets another warm welcome