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Women face drugs, date rape when out
This is the second in a two part series dealing with rape. Part one appeared in Tuesday's newspaper.
 

Globalization grips the world
It is evident; globalization is a dominant aspect of our time. Earlier this week, UH held a debate on its effects. Public figures are either constantly speaking out against it or helping to promote it. Large corporations are, of course, backing it with every financial resource they can spare. And the government seems to be making it somewhat of a top priority.
 

Coogs belong in heart of Texas
I admit I'm an anachronism when it comes to Cougar football. I long for those glory days when the Cougars swaggered through their Southwest Conference opponents with the same easy flair of Zorro slicing his initial in the tight britches of Sgt. Garcia.
 

Dashboard's new sound a misstep
Even on a school night, Dashboard Confessional managed to draw 1,000 or so of its mostly high-school-age fans to its first Houston concert in more than a year. Each one was eager to see the band try to answer the question that's been hanging over the group since it found sudden success in the mainstream.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 18, Thursday, September 18, 2003


News

Women face drugs, date rape when out

Artists find home in Third Ward

SGA passes $119K budget at meeting

Web sites offer help for procrastinators


Opinion

Globalization grips the world

Republicans push diversity

Health Dept. demands respect

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Coogs belong in heart of Texas

Cats and dogs

Win, lose or last, baseball is beautiful

Bulldogs bullish on traditions, wins


Arts & Entertainment

Dashboard's new sound a misstep

Marfreless a perfect romantic hideaway

'Rotation' embraces change

Theaters fill with mediocre movies

Weakerthans renew faith in pop-punk



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