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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Hitting the books: Engineering senior Charlie
Huynh studies for a physics exam Monday in the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library.
Final exams for the Summer I session will be held today, with summer classes
continuing through early August.
approves smoking ban
The Student Government Association
Senate made the most of a short meeting Wednesday, passing a major piece
of smoking legislation and a pair of bills aimed at curbing the use of
students' Social Security numbers for administrative purposes.
serves agenda, not truth
The liberal press hates President
Bush with such a passion that it affects how journalists report the news,
as if they are engaging in a concerted effort to report in a way that will
assure John Kerry's election. Only the most liberal person could fail to
see this bias ? there are news stories on a daily basis concerning the
unrest in Iraq, but success stories are rarely reported.
with shot at world champion
When Juan Diaz cut loose with a lightning
left hook, thunder rolled across the Savannah Boxing Club training center
in southwest Houston. The sound of the impact turned heads.
winds down in 10th
The weather was not on Houston's side
Friday, as severe rain forced the Vans Warped Tour to postpone its opening
date here until Monday.
Volume 69, Issue 150, Thursday, July 1, 2004
Senate approves smoking ban
UH users are at risk of illicit software
Projects to improve parking, instruction
Media serves agenda, not truth
Taking the bang out of July 4
Belgium: more than just waffles
Cougar with shot at world champion
Straight from high school, are they
Warped winds down in 10th
Knife ads offer little comfort for insomniacs
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