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A girl's best friend: University studies junior Ariadni Dubis (left) and university studies freshman Nikki Hill try on rings at the University Center on Tuesday.

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Race examined in chat
Students found out Tuesday evening that breaking cultural barriers is as simple as talking. Students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds met to "Let it the Hell Out."
 

Slacking off is a useful art
Undoubtedly, college is the best four, five, six or seven years of your life or at least it would be, if we didn't all have things like classes, professors, tests and projects getting in the way. Admit it: you'd be having a lot more fun right now if you weren't worried about finals coming up. 
 

Defense needs to stop disappearing
What has happened to the UH defense?

Itis a question that has plagued the Cougars for the second half of the season. Are the players tired from a long season? Has something changed in the schemes the defense is running or in the offensive schemes running against it?
 

Posthumous release a fitting end 
for Harrison
George Harrison speaks from beyond the grave. Literally.

The "quiet Beatle" died of cancer almost one year ago (Nov. 29), but the posthumous release Brainwashed, begins with Harrison saying "Give me plenty of that guitar" before "Any Road" kicks in. Itis not the songis intro. Itis a sign of things to come for the guitar-driven album.

Volume 68, Issue 62, Wednesday, November 20, 2002


News

Race examined in chat

Plaintiff drops UH race case

Call it home, sweet home


Opinion

Slacking off is a useful art

Time to weigh in on issues

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Defense needs to stop disappearing

Swimmer has g'days as Cougar

Cougars sweep league DOW, SOWs

Gruden can take Bucs to Super Bowl


Arts & Entertainment

Posthumous release a fitting end 
for Harrison

Audioslave isn't full of rage, just big dumb rock


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