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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Bend it like Beckham: On a sunny Sunday that
saw temperatures reach 88 degrees Jerenias Romero, who lives near UH, passes
the ball during a game of soccer at the UH intramural fields. Romero said
he plays every Sunday with his friends.
to the University
Many of the UH alumni who hope to be chosen to serve
on the UH System Board of Regents they say there is a debt of service they
must repay to the University.
guts and gore for abortion
After reading the cover story in this week's Houston
Press, I still don't believe God stands against abortions. After seeing
the bloody hands of an aborted fetus clutching a dime, I still don't feel
compelled to petition a change in abortion laws. After reading countless
sob stories and viewing even more macabre pictures, I still would encourage
all young college students to abort their accidental pregnancies. And for
all the effort that the Pro-Life Cougars put into their work, that's a
tripped up by Rice, 1-0
For the first time, the UH soccer team lost to Rice in
a 1-0 game Friday. The Cougars had beaten their crosstown rival in the
teams' other two meetings.
rocks Houston with live jam
Since the release of the Tremulant EP and its
first full-length album, Deloused in the Comatorium, fans of The
Mars Volta have been waiting to see the band's music on stage. On Saturday
night, the band's Houston fans were either pleasantly surprised or slightly
disappointed -- all thanks to one hell of a rock show.
Volume 69, Issue 30, Monday, October 6, 2003
A 'debt' to the University
Salons not without risk
Library expansion project needs $500K in
New degree plans and energy center proposed
UH to play role in bioterror fight thanks
Blood, guts and goes for abortion
California needs the 'Governator'
Do not elect the Austrian muscle man
Letters to the Editor
Soccer tripped up by Rice, 1-0
Cougars drop pair to Tulane, Southern
Men finish second in Corpus Christi
UH hooks UT, loses to San Jac
NCAA must break up BCS
Volta rocks Houston with live jam
ComedySportz rival for laughs
School of Theatre shines in 'The Nerd'
Atmosphere rhymes intelligent hip-hop
Queercor leads the way for awareness