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By Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar
Make a move: Political science junior Mario Torres strategically positions his queen in a game of chess downstairs in the University Center on Monday.

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Athletics loses $ 10.8 million
Inflated numbers and poor attendance at men's basketball and football contributed to an Athletics Department budget deficit that reached $10.8 million in 2002, according to Athletics officials and documents released by the UH administration.
 

Work to help others, not for money
So we're going to war. Soon. Anti-war protests have picked up around the country as citizens come out to voice their dissent of an illegitimate president leading a pre-emptive invasion of a country that probably doesn't have the bomb, let alone adequate food or medical supplies to ensure the survival of its people.
 

'King James' gets own piece of pie
If a high school senior suddenly showed up around the school's parking lot driving a Hummer, you'd imagine his parents were loaded, because there's no way an unemployed single mother would be able to afford such an extravagant gift. 
 

Books, desert inspire works
Blaffer Gallery, UH's art museum, will open two exhibitions on Friday: Mads Gamdrup's Renunciation in the downstairs gallery and Angela Grauerholz's Reading Room for the Working Artist and Privation in the upstairs galleries.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 76, Thursday, January 16, 2003


News

Athletics loses $10.8 million

Tuition,  fees to rise

Career aid pulls out 'OneStop'

Garage idea in view


Opinion

Work to help others, not for money 

Phone system is  very impersonal service

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

'King James' gets own piece of pie

Coogs leaning on experience

Yao meets Shaq-Fu in 'Game of Death'


Arts & Entertainment

Books, desert inspire works

New cafe caters to campus

Comedy lineup offers relief



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