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By Hope Eugene/The Daily Cougar

Do you think he can swim?: A seven-foot-high sculpture called "Spartacus," combining the images of George W. Bush, Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte, is launched to float down the bayou by interior design junior Jose Sotomayor and sculpture sophomore Amanda Millis on Thursday. The project was for an Introduction to Sculpture class.



Maggard chooses former Coogs Briles
The UH football program will welcome a familiar face back to campus when Art Briles is introduced as the Cougars' next head coach at 2 p.m. today in the Athletics/Alumni Center. A source within the Athletics Department confirmed Briles, who was a wide receiver at UH from 1974-77, would become the program's 10th head coach.

Radio stations are floundering
If FM radio isn't quite dead, it is certainly killing me. It was confusing enough when 95.7 suddenly switched from country to easy-listening jazz and completely messed up my channel-surfing rotation, but today I have decided that I have finally had enough. It was not one specific incident that pushed me over the edge but rather hearing one specific song one time too many.

UH looks to control Mavericks
As the rain clouds dissipated over Houston on Wednesday night, so did the Cougarsi fear of continuing a winless season. UH (1-3) put the Texas-El Paso Miners to bed with a 56-47 victory in Hofheinz Pavilion.

De Niro and gang return with laughs
When Analyze This opened in 1999, audiences took to the moderately entertaining film largely because of the interplay between comedy veteran Billy Crystal and intensely scary actor Robert De Niro. The chemistry generated between the pair was enough to keep aloft the film's essentially one-joke premise about a mobster so overwrought by the stresses of his life that he seeks help from a psychiatrist.

Volume 68, Issue 71, Friday, December 6, 2002


Maggard chooses former Coog Briles

UH strikes 'absurd' perjury allegation

Couples cope with differences in faith


Radio stations are floundering

Columnist says 'adieu' for now

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


UH looks to control Mavericks

Ladies run with the 'Pack

Ragone good enough to earn C-USA POY

Arts & Entertainment

De Niro and gang return with laughs

Weak 'Empire' crumbles while Leguizamo shines

Campus thespians wrap up semester with FATT event

Tropioca a twist from dull coffee-house scene

Hidden hot spot adds high-class flair to club

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