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fall tuition hikes hit students
Students will need some extra cash this January when
the Spring 2004 tuition will be increased $19 per semester credit hour,
a decision approved by the Board of Regents on Thursday.
wing bullies cowardly left
Today is the day the second special session of the Texas
Legislature is scheduled to end, and it will be interesting to see what
happens next. Governor Rick Perry has already stated he will call another
special session, but gave no indication as to when. The exiled Texas senators
have lawsuits flying all around, and the Republicans are attempting to
impose fines and revoke the various privileges of the aforementioned Democrats.
must police UH clothing
Welcome to 'I'm Always Write,' a sports column that,
with hope and with time, you'll think of as a big pun and not as a big
on Trial defies all genre
Ani DiFranco has a very unique sound,
and that fact usually pushes listeners to either swear by her music or
swear it off entirely. Her label, Righteous Babe Records, has been a haven
for artists with a similar goal of pushing the envelope on modern music.
The newest babe, Ed Hamell, in his one-man-band, Hamell on Trial, takes
the envelope, sticks a first-class stamp on it and mails it to places like
Heaven, Hell and everywhere in between.
Volume 69, Issue 2, Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Regents' fall tuition hikes
First Impressions helps new Coogs
Virus hampers some services
Right wing bullies cowardly left
Right wing bigotry defiles justice
Frontiersmen must police UH clothing
Solberg and seniors stir soccer's success
Softball to hold tryouts
Teams should protect star QBs
Hammell on Trial defies all genre
Comedies rule Wortham Theatre's fall lineup
Berryhill Baja hot Houston tradition
Yellowcard's success relies on its violinist