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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Paint it black: Although about $180 million in
construction is under way at the University this summer, details like fresh
coats of paint -- here, applied to a door Wednesday in Agnes Arnold Hall
by Alfredo Flores -- remain important in preparing the campus for the fall.
aid requests are on the rise at UH
Twice the usual number of students
applied for financial aid this year at UH, leading to a substantial increase
in the amount of aid the University has offered.
war targets radical extremists
Americans need to face the fact that
this nation is involved in a religious war. Radical Muslims are attempting
to hijack the Islamic religion, and those extremists intend to convert
or kill everyone who isn't a Muslim.
of sports can be explored through application
Ever found yourself marveling at how
an athlete like Tiger Woods is able to hit that seemingly impossible stroke?
It might be more than just athletic talent.
falls short despite potential
The pool of cliché, formulaic
twenty-something rockers has deepened a bit more with Keane's first album,
Hopes and Fears. Though some may hate comparisons to better-known bands,
it seems to be a necessary evil for up-and-coming artists.
Volume 69, Issue 148, Thursday, June 24, 2004
Financial aid requests are
on the rise at UH
UH team will study Hispanic exercise
Prof, student honored for tech careers
Blaffer builds on a Houston tradition
Religious war targets radical extremists
CRWC needs to get its policies into
Science of sports can be explored through
Demands on athletes lead to bad choices
Keane falls short despite potential
Houston gets Warped Friday