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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Stringing along: Violin performance major Andrew Green, who plays
in the UH orchestra, practices Berliozis symphony Fantastique on Monday
night in the Moores School of Music.
College short on black students
While UH leads the nationis research universities in
diversity, the Honors College lags behind in minority enrollment, especially
thy neighbor, not their sins
We are still in the Dark Ages when it comes to understanding
homosexuality. And the fault stems not from those who are not gay, but
those who are.
In a track meet, the official with the gun is the one
who starts the race. But for sophomore Sesar Figueroa, the race started
years ago, and since then he has done everything in his power to make sure
he comes in first.
rules at Florida Seafood
With plantation shutters enveloping the exterior, Florida
Seafood Grill appears to be closed even during business hours. Venture
inside though, and you'll discover there is a lot going on. You'll find
the freshest seafood in the area served up in a relaxed, if rather gimmicky,
Volume 69, Issue 46, Tuesday, October 28, 2003
Honors College short on black
Weapons killed 'like mad'
Ex-'Real World' member to speak about depression
Love thy neighbor, not their sins
Quit smoking with Lassoff
'Tis the season to be a masterful annoyance
Letters to the Editor
Going the distance
Texans hope Banks pays big dividends
'Canes continue to blow past nation
Freshness rules at Florida Seafood
Distillers try to shed shadow
Moores boasts all varieties of music
'Breathe' leaves originality at the door