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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar
Zap: Electrician Alan Fowler tries to fix the
timer for the lights on the Communications Building courtyard fountain
Thursday morning. The fountain was empty for much of the summer but is
now flowing freely again.
cooks up rankings to out-serve top schools
Ranking in the nationis top five colleges of its kind
is not an easy feat, but thanks to its close proximity to Houstonis booming
restaurant industry it is one the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and
Restaurant Management consistently manages.
conspire against Chartwells
I'm opening this week's column by making a general announcement.
I'm considering adding a major, specifically secondary education. I will
keep the biology major, as I still intend to go into medicine, but I have
my reasons for adding an education major, which is hard to explain, but
it makes sense to me.
battles Huston, Rice Owls
The UH soccer team should have plenty of incentive to
win when it takes on Rice (2-6-1) at 7 p.m. at Robertson Stadium today.
The Cougars (2-8-1) will try to snap a four-game losing streak. They will
also be facing their cross-town rival, which is coached by former UH head
coach Chris Huston.
fans flock to Radiohead
Radioheadis concert Wednesday at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell
Pavilion was an unscathed performance of their musical creativity.
Volume 69, Issue 29, Friday, October 3, 2003
HRM cooks up rankings to
out-serve top schools
Sculpture auction to be held
Do conspire against Chartwells
Hey, even Shasta loves the banjo
Houston battles Huston, Rice Owls
Injury bug stings UH as it hits the
TCU blesses Wildcats with win
Devoted fans flock to Radiohead
Weekly shows heat up city's venues
First-person shooter new to PC
Badu misses on 'Underground'