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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar

A fine day for sailing: A remote-controlled boat navigates the waters of the fountains at Cullen Family Plaza on Wednesday. The boat belongs to Jason Burton, equipment manager of the Texas Music Festival.



Experience defines UH business program
The students are diverse, talented and passionate. Alumni and faculty members own businesses, lead their communities and rattle off million-dollar figures as if they were giving their phone numbers.

UH blind to disabled students
UH is spending $47 million on a M.D. Anderson Memorial Library renovation that will serve most students. "Most," however, unfortunately indicates that certain members of the UH community have essentially been left out of the plan when it comes to accessing the library.

Track returns to prominence
For those of you who do not know him, his name is Leroy Burrell, Olympic gold medal winner and head coach of the Cougar track and field program. Burrell and assistant coaches Kyle Tellez and Theresa Fuqua work hard at recruiting and training dedicated athletes who are committed to bringing championship prominence back to a once dominant program.

Smaller clubs offer better bills
Live music in the summertime doesnit have to be associated with lawn seats, overpriced band merchandise and long bathroom lines ? there are plenty of worthy options this weekend for patrons of smaller clubs.

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 144, Thursday, June 10, 2004


Experience defines UH business program

UH prof to direct math institute

University will close on Friday

Students' interests unite in internship


UH blind to disabled students

The library: handicap (in)accessible

In his land: Reagan's legacy remains

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Track returns to prominence

UH lands 92 on C-USA list

Arts & Entertainment

Smaller clubs offer better bills

Viewers should just say 'no' to bad TV

Anthology of hip-hop's greats fails to represent

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