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By Mauro Alvarez/The Daily Cougar

Don't look down: Cheerleaders Brooke Holt, a junior interior design major, and Chris Muniz, a sophomore kinesiology major, practice in the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center on Tuesday afternoon. The cheerleading squad will compete in nationals next spring in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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UHPD issued 1,533 tickets in spring
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'Wonder Plant' should be legal
The first American flag was made out of it. Our Constitution was drafted on it. The United States encouraged its use during World War II.
 

'Almazing' Almazan wins C-USA DOW
After leading the UH swimming and diving team to a season-opening win Saturday, sophomore diver Azul Almazan was honored Tuesday as the Conference USA Diver of the Week.
 

DiFranco rocks fans with emotion
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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 37, Wednesday, October 15, 2003


News

UHPD issued 1,533 tickets in spring

Architecture college to add design center

House a key to the Bard's 'lost years'?


Opinion

'Wonder plant' should be legal

Microchip to make minds powerful

Don't sacrifice your practices for policies

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

'Almazing' Almazan wins C-USA DOW

Coogs one leap away from bowl

Softball sweeps

Cougars try to gig Frogs in Fort Worth


Arts & Entertainment

DiFranco rocks fans with emotion

Art gives glimpse into Palestinian life

Mystery cheapens 'Mystic River'

Shonen Knife cuts a path to Houston



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