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Served: Shawn Lutz, an architecture junior, plays tennis on the John E. Hoff Varsity Courts on Wednesday afternoon. Lutz has been playing tennis as a hobby since he was a child.


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Pearland could be UHS expansion target
The city of Pearland recently offered land that would make possible expansion of the UH System into the city of nearly 38,000, but the deal isn't done yet.
 

Martha Stewart got off easy
Martha Stewart was sentenced to only five months in jail despite her actions with her ImClone stocks. Ever the celebrity and conscious of her public image, Stewart is said to have smiled bravely into the camera and promised that she would be back. 
 

National recognition again for QB
The quarterback who wowed Cougar fans with a record 3,131 passing yards and 25 touchdowns has another admirer: The Maxwell Football Club.
 

Old 97's still know how to rock
After a two-year break from touring and recording, the Old 97's are back with a new album and a national tour, and tonight the band will bring its tangy Texas twang to Houston for a 7 p.m. show at the Meridian, 1503 Chartres Street. 
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 156, Thursday, July 22, 2004


News

Pearland could be UHS expansion target

Shakespeare fest begins next week

Campus Crime Update


Opinion

Martha Stewart got off easy

Trial distracting, Orwellian

Loving USA means free criticism

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

National recognition again for QB

Cougar football fans will see familiar season


Arts & Entertainment

Old 97's still know how to rock

'Supremacy' has familiar identity

Celebrities push diets; fans follow

Catwoman misses, fails to land on feet



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