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Forums to focus on tuition, fee hikes
All students -- and their parents -- will have the chance to hear about proposed Fall 2004 tuition and fee increases during forums today and Tuesday.

Computers not reliable friends
Robot friends are not reliable friends, yet we turn to them every day. Things like computers and compact discs store information. Sounds, sights and memory for our eyes, ears and brain are in our robot friends -- mechanical extensions of our selves.

Coogs end season on sour note
Houston looked poised to finish strong. The Cougars had the game all but won. They led by 20 with just 12 minutes left to play. That's when Saint Louis stepped up the intensity with a full-court press, and when the smoke had cleared the Cougars found themselves on the wrong side of a 72-69 loss in overtime.

Gays find victory in box office success
With sodomy laws repealed and gay marriage on the minds of millions, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson's Starsky and Hutch, a movie Lawrence Toppman of The Charlotte Observer refers to as "the first openly gay cop-buddy comedy from a big studio," brought more strength to a growing movement this weekend as it raked in $29 million. 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 106, Monday, March 9, 2004


Forums to focus on tuition, fee hikes

No questions asked

Election officials drop sign complaint

Donations sought for staff sweets shortage

2 candidates invited to Friday SGA debate


Computers not reliable friends

Concern for life crosses party lines

Hospital a link to Houston's past

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Coogs end season on sour note

UH can't keep Tiger offense caged

UH falls to No. 5 OU in 3-game set

Arts & Entertainment

Gays find victory in box office success

Real people live in 'City of God'

Butterfly shakes up modern banalities

Red Tape puts out true mainstream punk rock

Living End satisfies its fans

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