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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar
Running man: Freddie Edglin, a mechanical
engineering sophomore, runs some laps late Monday night at the Campus Recreation
and Wellness Center.
Though they didn't get approval from University officials,
members of an anti-abortion group took to the campus Monday, where they
distributed literature, displayed posters of aborted fetuses and preached
a Christian-based message, drawing crowds outside Agnes Arnold Hall and
Science and Research Building 1.
UH had a nice little spectacle Monday when a group of
men came on campus to protest abortion.
Call the Cincinnati Bengals champs and I'll show you
a team that thinks the same. Call the Houston Texans a team that wins the
games that it's supposed to win and I'll show you the door. Call me a liar
and I'll show you a loser.
helps out the hopeless
Good Charlotte fans in Houston were treated to a generous
dose of the popular punk-rock group when the band headlined back-to-back
shows Saturday and Sunday as part of "The Young & The Hopeless World
Tour" at the Verizon Wireless Theater.
Volume 69, Issue 56, Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Pro-lifers shock campus
News has changed, veteran journalist says
Surprise: survey says lots are full
Class attempts to give students outlet
for new shows
Protesters' beliefs contradictory
Media makes victims out of heroes
Violence met with weak punishment
Truth hurts--Texans stink
Jones pegged for Naismith award
National title picture still cloudy
UH Tennis smashes field
Charlotte helps out the hopeless
Charismatic Death Cab drives audience
Kill Hannah breaks listeners' hearts