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By Holden Chang/The Daily Cougar
You could poke your eye out: Engineering graduate student Nic Stoffle
parries a lunge from photography junior Santos Gaitan in the UH Wellness
Center on Thursday night. The Fencing club at UH won third place in the
Southwest Intercollegiate Fencing Association in San Marcos on Saturday.
organizations drum up good time at UC Arbor
Misplaced beats, chanting and semi-rhythmic sounds filled
the UC Arbor on Thursday night as The Council of Ethnic Organization and
the Student Programming Board hosted a Cougar International Drum Circle
in class couldn't hurt
Look Ma, I'm on TV! Alas, a lot more people will have
the privilege of uttering those words. While it might not be on a network,
they're definitely going to be watched. Legislators are trying to make
it possible for more public places to have more eyes in the sky. Shopping
malls and parking lots are one thing, but how do people feel about cameras
in classrooms? It's no secret that many schools already have cameras installed
in hallways and cafeterias, but classrooms?
aims to build momentum
After more than a week off, the UH volleyball team will
try to continue its steady improvement while playing a pair of weekend
matches against Conference USA opponents.
dramas to attempt box office royalty
The horror genre received a quick jolt back to life last
weekend with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre bloodying up the box office.
It hopes to continue the success with the popular horror-spoof genre release
Movie 3. Cuba Gooding, Jr. also hopes to capitalize on the spoof market
as he plays a "special" character in Radio (Actually, this is a
serious movie. Ed Harris, the co-star, will never be in a comedy). Angelina
Jolie and her huge lips also return to the screen in the feel-good-but-maybe-a-little-too-good
film Beyond Borders.
Volume 69, Issue 44, Friday, October 24, 2003
Ethnic organizations drum
up good times at UC Arbor
Houston's immigrants find help at UH clinic
Blueprint Ball raises more than $125,000
Cameras in class couldn't hurt
There's a future in tuition futures
V-ball aims to build momentum
Soccer plays for pride, seniors
Mr. BCS goes to Washington
Spoof, dramas to attempt box office royalty
Weekend concerts cover all interests
MTV has hilarious, innovative new lineup
'Lament' shines like 'Castlevania'