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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Giving Agnes Arnold a new look: Construction
worker Docente Coronado brushes down a wall in Agnes Arnold Auditorium
1 during a major classroom renovation there. Workers are repainting the
walls, installing new floors and replacing the seats in the 37-year-old
engages minorities, educators
Water rockets and mousetrap car contests
brought an end to a summer program aimed at getting teachers and minority
students interested in engineering last week after nearly three weeks of
activities at various on-campus locations.
mission is clear: invade Sudan now
In 1994, the greatest human rights
catastrophe in half a century occurred in the small African country of
Rwanda. During World War II, Hitler's death machine, equipped with guns
and furnaces, took years to kill six million.
hopes shared among U.S. divers
Usually, when local fans hear of a
major sports team training in Houston, they immediately think of the Texans
at their air bubble, the Astros at Minute Maid Park or even the Rockets
at the Toyota Center.
of Death' keeps summer hot
Usually, when marketing execs feel
the need to slap a sticker on the front of a CD proclaiming it as "the
hottest joint this summer," it's just another obvious packaging compensation
for hollow lyrics and simple beats. Jadakiss' Kiss of Death is an exception
to that rule.
Volume 69, Issue 151, Tuesday, July 6, 2004
Institute engages minorities,
Restrooms dispense lessons, not toilet
Campus Crime Update
Our mission is clear: invade Sudan now
Cosby's message: shoulder responsibility
Letters to the Editor
Common hopes shared among U.S.
'Kiss of Death' keeps summer hot
Music scene shows promise
Recycled quotes bad for the planet