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Happy New Year: A member of Lee's Golden Dragon Troupe picks up an offering to the gods as part of a lion dance ritual bringing good luck to the community during a Chinese New Year celebration Saturday at Kim Hung Supermarket in Chinatown.


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Changes in UH refund system scrapped
In addition to the typical hassles associated with the first week of the semester, an estimated 4,000 students were left confused and waiting for refund money while dealing with a change in the University's refund system.
 

Texas laws against sex toys antiquated
A woman named Joanne Webb was caught by undercover narcotics investigators for the sale of illegal items in Texas in October 2003. The authorities posed as potential customers and caught her running the illegal wholesale of said items from her own home. If she is convicted, she could be sentenced to a year in prison and a $4,000 fine. Webb had the audacity to question what she did wrong. 
 

UH falls to Lady Cardinals in OT
Teams don't usually get a second chance. When a last-second foul call was waved off, preventing Louisville from getting a chance to beat Houston in regulation, the Lady Cougars had a chance to win in overtime. 
 

Franti and Spearhead still mix music with message
Michael Franti is the very definition of growth. In nearly two decades of making music, Franti gave an emphatic "No" to militarism, racism, and compromise, and adopted a more mellow approach after being an anti-everything punk-rocker. He created the Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy in the early 1990s. After that group disbanded, Franti -- influenced by the ideas of Bob Marley and Curtis Mayfield, and inspired by the likes of Gil Scott-Heron and Scarface -- found new direction and a new band, Spearhead.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 76, Monday, January 26, 2004


News

Changes in UH refund system scrapped

Provost candidate to speak in forum

UH band ready for Super Bowl show

UH System affected by network outage


Opinion

Texas laws against sex toys antiquated

Suicide bomber neither selfless nor heroic

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial


Sports

UH falls to Lady Cardinals in OT

First-half nightmare leads to Cougar loss

Cougar men follow Routt to first-place


Arts & Entertainment

Franti and Spearhead still mix music with message

Czech tale of sex, love comes to HGO

Kutcher transforms

'Brothers' relax again



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