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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar
Calling Patrick Swayze: Senior art major Claire Webb leans in to
get a close look at her creation as she works on a pottery wheel in the
Fine Arts Building's ceramics lab.
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'Happy Birthday to you': Vice President for Student
Affairs Elwyn Lee and Student Government Association President Dawona Miller
cut a birthday cake at the Univesity Center on Wednesday. A party was held
to celebrate the facility, which opened 35 years ago.
Assault allegation mars SGA
Laureate to speak against landmines
Bookstore asking profs to hurry
Ren-fest displays white culture
Iraq doesn't allow free speech
Ultimate punishment revisited
UH fights off Nike rally
UH rolls into Cincinnati with a glimmer
of hope for postseason
Cincinnati's greatest claim to fame
daytime talk show host
Noble signs 7; Sullivan an All-American
Solberg looks forward to 2003
Volume 68, Issue 58, Thursday, November 14, 2002
allegation mars SGA meeting
The general business of the Student Government Association
Senate meeting Wednesday night was overshadowed by allegations of wrongdoing
made against a senator.
This past weekend we embarked on what has become an annual
tradition for my brother and I, a voyage into a collective culture that
never seems to amuse and confuse us. Every year, in celebration of our
birthday (my brother and I are twins), we force ourselves to endure the
traffic and Saturday-morning hangovers just to be able to make it one more
year to the Texas Renaissance Festival in Plantersville.
rolls into Cincinnati with a glimmer of hope for postseason
To accurately describe the performance of the UH men's
basketball team Wednesday night against Team Nike, one should read a passage
from the Book of Joe. The Cougars went from Sloppy Joes to Average Joes
to Joe Somebodies in their 85-70 win to open the 2002 exhibition season.
keep fans coming for more
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' bandmates say they stay
true to their roots, but get better at what they do. This is the band's
evolution, and the reason why the band just might be playing to a sold-out
Numbers' crowd this Friday.
Bosstones keep fans coming for more
Nirvana gets it right with compilation
Rock 'n' roll's Petty brings work
of a legend
'Harry Potter' looks to stir up movie magic