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Sin is exhausting: Members of the Asian Christian Fellowship and Youth for Christ perform a play about the seven deadly sins Thursday during Spring Fest at the University Center Satellite.


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Private info post angers students
When Kwong Lau announced to his physics class that he accidentally posted 165 students' names and Social Security numbers on the World Wide Web for more than two weeks, most of the students in the class did not immediately react.
 

Mental afflictions don't warrant disrespect
Before I get started, I'd like to apologize to the community at The Cougar Web. Unfortunately, in my column last week I blamed the Web site for rudeness on someone who was genuinely being sarcastic. The example was a poor one, and I didn't catch the problem until the next day.
 

Rockets not likely to fold
The NCAA tournament is over, shining the basketball spotlight directly on the NBA. The playoffs start in less than two weeks, and the Rockets have once again decided to make their fans sweat as they await the team's fate. 
 

Schneider impresses far too few fans
Bob's back. For those who have waited impatiently for the follow-up to 2001's Lonelyland, Bob Schneider is back with I'm Good Now. For those who haven't yet heard him, you don't know what you're missing.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 125, Friday, April 9, 2004


News

Private info post angers students

Committee elects publication editors

Armed robber strikes Sunday at Cullen Oaks


Opinion

Mental afflictions don't warrant disrespect

Conflicting factions destabilizing Iraq

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Rockets not likely to fold

Noble's cats ready to feed

Coogs 'Bama bound to face UAB


Arts & Entertainment

Schneider impresses far too few fans

Disney may ruin Texas legend

This 'Ten Yards' is enough

Easter is ripe for Houston concerts



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