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display returns to plaza
A pro-life display sponsored by Pro-Life Cougars that
caused considerable controversy when it appeared in Spring 2000 and in
a court case this summer has made it back to UH. Justice for All, a pro-life
group that travels the country with the exhibit, brought the display to
some room for a moderate
Here at the Cougar, as in most fine newspapers, we have
a standing rule that staff members can't write for the News and Opinion
sections at the same time (with the exception of members of the editorial
board). It's a good rule, because it preserves the integrity of two of
the most vital functions of a free press, informing and persuading.
play earns C-USA POW
Dana Dimel was happy with his team's performance against
Rice, but he still wants it to improve.
much-feared apathy ruin 'Wrestling Report'?
In the Aug. 26 edition of The Daily Cougar, I asked if
anyone cared about the extraneous issues concerning the world of professional
wrestling. No one responded, so either wrestling fans don't care about
ratings and Internet ramblings disguised as news or ... they can't read.
Volume 68, Issue 7, Wednesday, September 4, 2002
Abortion display returns
Local rep encourages Iraq debate
Expansion project gets going at library
Make some room for a moderate
Now's the time for Cougar Football
College is the place to form opinions
Milligan's play earns C-USA POW
Upsets send top-tier teams spiraling
QB Bledsoe may lead Bills to Super
Fans will forget once playoff time
Will-much-feared apathy ruin 'Wrestling
A.I.'s self-titled debut offers nothing
Simple Plan's debut goes well