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Regents OK fall tuition, fee increases
The UH System Board of Regents approved increases in Fall 2004 tuition and fees for the University on Thursday, meaning typical undergraduates will pay at least 10 percent more in the fall than they do this semester.
 

Candidates must keep base and get swing votes
Why talk about politics? Do you matter? No one likes to talk about politics. Does anyone ever change their mind based on what someone has said to them or read? Not very often. The only people who really listen are those who are able to and willing to do the research themselves.
 

Cougars face top field in final tune-up for C-USAs
The UH golf team may be young and untested, but the Cougars can't wait to fire at the flags and make it count.  The team has gone nearly two weeks without playing competitive golf, but there should be no rust on their irons when they battle some of the nation's top teams this weekend at the Border Olympics in Laredo. 
 

Too few participate in wild Game Riot
Game Riot was everything it was promised to be -- beer, girls, games and contests. But the show, which took place Wednesday night at Numbers, was brought down by a lack of attendance. This show might become a top-notch seasonal game preview, should it survive.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 120, Friday, April 2, 2004


News

Regents OK fall tuition, fee increases

Fiesta opens doors on UH memories

UH prof puts new twist on bar classic


Opinion

Candidates must keep base and get swing votes

Many Palestinians fostering a culture of hate

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Cougars face top field in final tune-up for C-USAs

Coogs hope road sweet in Alabama


Arts & Entertainment

Too few participate in wild Game Riot

Mest falls victim to much bad timing



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