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By Nathan Lindstrom/The Daily Cougar

Quiet time: Kinesiology junior Josh Hairston relaxes at the University Center between classes Tuesday. Moments of peace weren't easy to find amid the frenzy of the first day of school.


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Bush defends Iraq invasion, tax cuts
Despite its success in the War on Terror, the United States must continue to combat terrorism and remain a pivotal player in establishing peace throughout the world, President Bush said in his State of the Union address Tuesday.
 

Bush protestors fail to hear King's message
When President Bush visited the grave of Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta on Thursday, he did so to a chorus of angry booing and loud chants of "Bush go home." 
 

Lady Coogs claw into national poll
After making the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll the last two weeks, the UH women's basketball team cracked the latest Associated Press poll, coming in at No. 25. This marks the first time Houston has been ranked in the AP poll since 1992.
 

Rollins doesn't need band to rock hard
Henry Rollins unleashed a thought provoking assault upon an audience at the Engine Room on Monday night, but the punk pioneer wasn't screaming into the mic fronting the Rollins Band. He did what he said he likes to do best -- he shared witty commentary about his daily observations during the spoken word session, Shock and Awe My Ass Tour. 
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 73, Tuesday, January 21, 2004


News

Bush defends Iraq invasion, tax cuts

Enrollment disruptions temporary

Fuentes will speak at UH

Program inspires Houston's teachers


Opinion

Bush protestors fail to hear King's message

Achieving fulfillment in life can be perplexing

Staff Editorial


Sports

Lady Coogs claw into national poll

Indoor track jumps out to speedy start


Arts & Entertainment

Rollins doesn't need band to rock hard

'Devil's music' goes bad with holiness



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