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To Our Readers

The Daily Cougar & The Daily Cougar Online
have finished their summer publishing runs.

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


TOP STORIES
 

Student Senate looks forward to fall
After completing the sixth and final meeting of a prolific summer session today, the Student Government Association Senate will try to channel its summer momentum into the first full session of the new administration this fall.
 

Nader harms his own causes by running
When Nader ran in 2000, some saw it as a breath of fresh air. They saw Nader as the answer to the battle of "the lesser of two evils" in the current two-party system. But after the debacle that was the Florida recount, and what has happened since, can anyone really say that Democrats and Republicans are the same? Can anyone really say that Ralph Nader has helped his causes by running, rather than hurt them?
 

Day one of fall camp brings healthy players
As the sun rises over Robertson Stadium, the coaches, trainers and support staff arrive at the Athletic/ Alumni Center. Spirits are high after the most successful season since 1999 and the Cougars are preparing to prowl through the 2004 Conference USA schedule.
 

Nerds draw some inspiration from fiction
Now the gloves come off. I'm about to go for broke and let all my nerdiness shine through. 
 

Cougar Comics
 

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 162, Wednesday, August 11, 2004


News

Student Senate looks forward to fall

Pharmacy projects earn state honors

Campus Crime Update


Opinion

Nader harms his own causes by running

Swift boat veterans' message must be heard

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Day one of fall camp brings healthy players


Arts & Entertainment

Nerds draw some inspiration from fiction

Don't let art snobs change your tastes

In search of beauty, some pay any cost



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