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weather hammers UH campus
Severe rains that seemed to just stop over the Houston
area Monday afternoon flooded the UH Law Center and forced University officials
to cancel night classes and shut down the campus.
punishment bill in works
Almost two months ago, Sept. 23 to be exact, I wrote
a column lambasting the recording industry for using strong-arm tactics
to scare the public away from Internet file-sharing.
toss the Blue Chips
The UH men's basketball team demonstrated two things
Monday night. The Cougars have a long way to go, but they have the potential
to get there.
save decks from cement
In the corner, a nicely dressed woman appears out of
place but seems to be enjoying herself as young boys in bulky-untied shoes
and baggy jeans hover over a table of hors d'oeuvres next to her. A young
man wearing an undershirt with a 40-ounce in his hand walks through the
crowded doorway and says "hello" to a woman standing behind a makeshift
bar. He slaps a high five to a friend wearing a trucker cap "tagged" with
his own spray paint design and a giant belt buckle that says "Gonzo." They
lean in to hear each other over the music from the disc jockey spinning
records in the next room.
Volume 69, Issue 61, Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Severe weather hammers UH
Cougar Patrol keeps watch
$2.6M grant given to College of Education
Piracy punishment bill in works
Lack of financial aid prevents graduation
Letters to the Editor
Cougars toss the Blue Chips
Clay wins C-USA POW
NFL feels separation anxiety
Rivals battle for bragging rights
Artists save decks from cement
Help the little guy: Bring back screeners
'Payable' turns fans into P.O.D. disciples
'The Black Album' a perfect farewell