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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar
So long sweet summer… Tara Greer, a
graduate student in the School of Social Work, takes advantage of the cooler
September days to study for her values and ethics class outside the Technology
Annex on Tuesday evening.
in custody, but fear lingers
Despite living there only one month, freshman Joe Rodriguez
already has firsthand experience with crime at Cambridge Oaks Apartments,
located just across the street from the UH police department.
not separate from state
A moment of silence please before you start reading this
Thank you. And don't forget the pledge of allegiance.
Now didn't that feel good? I mean a moment of reflection;
a chance to put things in perspective really does set the rest of the day.
But at what cost?
'48 alum was UH's first sports hero
When you crack open the stiff cover of the1946 Houstonian
and leaf through the pages of a dated tome, you'll find a full page photo
in the small sports section of the handsome young man with his arms cocked
in the classic pose of a quarterback ready to throw the bomb.
Studios helps the modest artist
Houston's best asset, no doubt, is its art scene. At
any given time there is a barrage of openings and shows ranging from the
politically charged to world-renowned artists like Monet. But for many
artist and art buffs the gallery scene has become a place only known to
the yuppies and the wealthy.
Volume 69, Issue 12, Wednesday, September 10,
Suspect in custody, but fear
17-year-old faces up to three charges
Rush begins for sororities
Get a free T-shirt, but pay hidden costs
Church not separate from state
Cease-fired failed in Gaza strip
File-sharers aren't the bad ones
Cougar '48 alum was UH's first sports
Swimming succeeds, volleyball sics
Cougars prepare with 'full force'
Oneten Studios helps the modest artist
'Ali G' deserves more recognition
311 evolves for the next generation of
How great bands create lame, unoriginal
Morcheeba puts together the 'Parts'