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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar

Alumni some day: UH President Jay Gogue walks past a group of kids at Drexler's BBQ during a Houston Alumni Organization event Wednesday night. His wife Susie is in the background.


SGA mulls dead week
Student Government Association senators debated a bill Wednesday night that would create a full "dead week" in between the last day of classes and the first day of exams each semester, but postponed the vote to find constituent viewpoints. Currently, only two days are set aside.

All signs are pointing to Nazism
Something lies above us, perhaps watching us and definitely tracing a path for each of us. It communicates to human beings through signs. Signs are hard for humans to understand. They require a certain degree of attention to notice them and a complete dissociation to understand them. Dissociation is the part of the process that prevents many humans from understanding the signs.

Winning it
The UH football team squares off against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at 4 p.m. Saturday at Robertson Stadium in game that will make one team bowl eligible. 

Death Cab drives on edge of innovation
Transatlanticism isn't necessarily a pioneer record for Death Cab for Cutie, but it does stay right with the band's tradition of producing a string of great albums. 

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 53, Thursday, November 6, 2003


SGA mulls dead week

Students get real ethics experience

Spirit parade embarks on new Cougar tradition

Join the Cougar wrecking crew


All signs are pointing to Nazism

Religion creates a forum for hate

Don't be a grinch this winter

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial


Winning it

Southern Miss fails to make the grade

Arts & Entertainment

Death Cab drives on edge of innovation

Cheers 2U offers great service, prices

Paesano's caters to eclectic college crowd

Fan Factory hopes to be next big thing

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