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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Louder, please: Carole Nelson leads a group of local school children
in a vocal rehearsal at the Moores School of Music on Tuesday. The kids
are preparing to perform during Friday's Houston Aeros game at the Toyota
numbers down in Spring 2003
Although tow trucks responded to about 40 percent fewer
incidents and less parking citations were issued last semester than in
Spring 2002, Parking and Transportation issued nearly 20,000 tickets, according
to records obtained by The Daily Cougar.
note of light rail's successes
When is the last time you walked anywhere in Houston?
If you're like me, you probably can't remember. Let's face it -- our city
isn't the most scenic in the world. In fact, it's ugly, fat and polluted.
We seem to be caught in a tailspin.
doubles diving pleasure
On basketball court or football field, the 5-2 Azul Almazan
would be easily contained. But get Almazan on a board over a body of water
and she's unstoppable.
a family affair at Republic Square
Perched on a corner in the busy Montrose area, Republic
Square looks rather unassuming when viewed directly from Westheimer. Being
positioned away from traffic, this small sliver of a place appears to blend
in with its surroundings. However, upon closer inspection, the place turns
out to be more bright and cheerful than many of its gritty neighbors.
Volume 69, Issue 42, Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Ticket numbers down in Spring
Students question ticketing practices
CLASS adviser says GPA policy is unfair
Take note of light rail's successes
Metro's plan will add to congestion
Letters to the Editor
Almazan doubles diving pleasure
UH tries to avoid spilled milk
Lady Coogs begin practice for '03-'04
It's a family affair at Republic Square
Laguardia duplicates traditional pop
Who you gonna call for comedy?
Rock 'n' roll bands should hang the DJ