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Meyer stresses diversity
Provost candidate Luanna Meyer said increasing diversity among students and faculty will be a priority if she becomes the academic chief at UH.

Time on our side in ongoing Iraq conflict
It's a type of headline so commonplace that it's become invisible: "Roadside bomb kills three GIs," "Car bomb kills two, wounds 17," or "Bored sniper shoots cows, trees, anything." You already know it's about Iraq and the slow process of rebuilding going on there. As you also know, President Bush declared the war over months ago. What's going on?

Houston legends call UH alma mater
Seven members of the Houston Oilers. Six Houston Astros. Six Houston Rockets.

2004 brings opera to Moores
Have you ever held the morbid curiosity of trying to discover why a woman would wait in a wedding dress for more than half a century for someone? Have you ever explored the depth of possible vocations that you might choose to make someone love you? The Moores School of Music begins its spring semester with two critically acclaimed operas. Miss Havisham's Fire and La Finta Giardiniera will be performed from Feb. 5 to 9 at the Moores Opera House.

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 77, Tuesday, January 27, 2004


Meyer stresses diversity

New regent pledges to promote UH growth

The next Frontier

Debate will examine church, state in law


Time on our side in ongoing Iraq conflict

Cougar football must be held accountable

Misdirected grants perplexing

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Houston legends call UH alma mater

Cougars became Houston heroes at UH

Some heroes missed the list

Arts & Entertainment

2004 brings opera to Moores

Big game brings big shows to town

Ceremonies' results don't reflect quality

Mushroomhead fails to relive success

Canadian boys play hard screamo

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