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By Rocky Perez/The Daily Cougar

Let's hope it stays down: From left, junior Jennifer Lynn Vasquez, junior biology major Roberto Luna and junior chemical engineering major Fernardo Lomelin participate in a jalapeno eating contest as part of Alpha Psi Lambdais Noche de Feria Carnivale held in the UC on Wednesday night. Lomelin won the contest by eating seven jalapenos in 30 seconds.

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Coogs look to crash Wave
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Modest hangout favors diversity
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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 33, Thursday, October 9, 2003


News

Q grade set for use in Fall 2004

Light 'em up, Coog fans say

Eat. Sleep. Build.

Bill White urges young people to vote


Opinion

Get cultured through art scene

Double standards rule politics

Media desensitizes, controls public action

Limbaugh tarnished ESPN image

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Coogs look to crash Wave

Don't swim in Tulane's Green Wave

New faces, facilities give S&D a rebirth


Arts & Entertainment

Modest hangout favors diversity

Cult directors try to win box office gold

Static-X stays in the shadows

Small theater has high standards



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