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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Freshmen taste good: As if long lines weren't enough to keep students out of the E. Cullen Building, the University just added a pair of ferocious looking cougars to keep guard. Donated by John J. and Rebecca Moores the male and female statues were sculpted by R.T. "Skip" Allen.


TOP STORIES
 

UH gets 'people person' in new president
The University will turn over a new leaf this fall when Jay Gogue steps up to become UH system chancellor and university president, beginning next week.
 

Sex ultimately reduces your stress levels
Summer is over and school is in session. Both experienced students and incoming freshmen are stuck facing the facts. We're in college. We need to act our age, and our GPA really matters. 
 

Briles is confident in rapidly improving team
Camped in the center of the practice field, first-year football head coach Art Briles watched his new team practice with the intensity of a ringmaster preparing his troupe for opening night under the big top.
 

Fall Cinema Preview
The cinema's landscape will soon be dripping with directors on the rise and Oscar contenders. Sprinkle that with some J.R.R. Tolkien and Jack Black and you get a nice blend of Hollywood's finest. Of course, audiences and critics will have the final say. But with names like Rodriguez, Inarritu, Penn and Tarantino on tap, it's hard to foresee filmgoers being deprived of a healthy slate of movies.
 

Cougar Comics

Volume 69, Issue 1, Monday, August 25, 2003


News

UH gets 'people person' in new president

Higher fee bills hit students this fall

Director trims Athletics budget

Fees deadline moved


Opinion

Sex ultimately reduces your stress levels

Save yourself for someone disease-free

Policy needed to promote equality, progress

Special treament excludes good students

Letter from the Editor

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Briles is confident in rapidly improving team

Coogs take affirmative action to equal opportunity offense

Defense twists tourniquet to halt point hemorrhaging


Arts & Entertainment

Fall Cinema Preview

Fall Concert Preview



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