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To Our Readers

The Daily Cougar & The Daily Cougar Online
will finish their summer publishing runs
tomorrow, Wednesday, August 11, 2004.

The first fall paper will publish on
Monday, August 23, 2004.

Feature Photo
By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar

A little lonely: Students were scarce Monday -- not one could be seen down Agnes Arnold Hall -- probably thanks to a combination of summer heat and exams during the final days of Summer Session IV. The last day of class is Wednesday.



Officials look at BBQ restaurant's sales
Facing pressure from student government officials and UH administrators, Harlon's Barbecue in the University Center is looking for ways to broaden its appeal and boost its declining profits.

Politicians defy logic: 2,000 years, no change
It's hard to imagine and nearly impossible to believe, but yes, politicians are dishonest. It's been happening since the dawn of civilization, as Shakespeare so brilliantly pointed out many years ago. 

Fall camp begins football season
The UH football preseason is under way after more than 100 players reported in at the Athletics/Alumni Center on Sunday for the beginning of the fall camp.

Still hungry after Banks' solo debut
Fifty cents can't buy much these days -- even the price for a can of Coca-Cola has gone up to 55 or 60 cents, depending on the vending machine. Lloyd Banks lucked out, however, when 50 Cent bought him a rap career. 

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 161, Tuesday, August 10, 2004


Officials look at BBQ restaurant's sales

Campus Crime Update

FDA partnership with UH expands

Helping new residents feel at home


Politicians defy logic: 2,000 years, no change

Bush's liberal ways back to bite him in the South

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Fall camp begins football season

U.S. sends strong b-ball squad, yet 'Dream Team' a stretch for its name

Cougar place-kicker on national watch list

Arts & Entertainment

Still hungry after Banks' solo debut

Despite gloom, 'Doom' a must

Today's big story: the cucumber that kills

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