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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.
grade set for use in Fall 2004
After enduring review by administration officials and
being approved by former Provost Edward Sheridan in the spring, the "Q
grade" policy will become effective in the Fall 2004 semester.
cultured through art scene
Although not a lavish city, Houston has a few things
it can call its own. Like the wonderful smog that, on the right morning,
gives downtown the impression of a city in the sky. And we are known for
our humidity, which even Floridians criticize. And the largest attraction
is definitely the nickname we have acquired -- Space City.
look to crash Wave
College football can be a strange world where one day
you're on top and the next day you're down. The Cougar team has, like Frank
Sinatra sang long ago, " ... have been a puppet, a pauper, a pirate, a
poet, a pawn and a king."
hangout favors diversity
With National Coming Out Day rolling around Saturday,
the Guava Lamp, a groovy little bar in Shepherd Square, is a great place
for making your debut.
Volume 69, Issue 33, Thursday, October 9, 2003
Q grade set
for use in Fall 2004
Light 'em up, Coog fans say
Eat. Sleep. Build.
Bill White urges young people
Get cultured through art
Double standards rule politics
Media desensitizes, controls
Limbaugh tarnished ESPN
Coogs look to crash Wave
Don't swim in Tulane's
New faces, facilities
give S&D a rebirth
Modest hangout favors diversity
Cult directors try to win
box office gold
Static-X stays in the shadows
Small theater has high standards