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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Practice makes perfect: Lee Wadenpfuhl, who recently
graduated from the Moores School of Music with a bachelor's degree in horn
performance, practices his French horn Monday in preparation for the Texas
Music Festival. The TMF, a four-week music residency for young musicians
at UH, concludes with concerts this week; visit www.uh.edu/texasmusicfestival
for a schedule.
rail line could spur development
A light rail corridor connecting UH,
Texas Southern University and the Third Ward to downtown Houston and Hobby
Airport is taking shape as a part of Metro's $7.5 billion initiative to
outfit the Bayou City with a network of light rail transit lines.
barrier remains prevalent
What do African-Americans and 11,000
Iraqi civilians have in common?
sport no excuse for bad accents
If you've had the opportunity and
the stomach to see an entire episode of Sportscenter recently, you've probably
seen ESPN's attempts at covering the 2004 European championships in Portugal.
Video games waste time, money, energy
and brain cells that could be spent studying, exercising or looking for
a job. Many promote violence and a degrading attitude toward women or minorities.
But if you're old enough, and you have
the ability to distinguish fantasy from reality, playing a video game now
and then is a great way to let off some steam and have a little fun.
Volume 69, Issue 149, Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Scott rail line could spur
UH facility will help cut diesel emissions
Business college's donor is dead at 85
Color barrier remains prevalent
Fighting terror is using terror
Cheney reveals hypocrisy
'Boring' sport no excuse for bad accents
Divers visit Houston before Athens
Francis deserves better than being
simple trade fodder
Games provide escape
Along came a Spider-Man ... again
'High Life' feeds off garage's greatest
Emotions run low in 'Clearing'