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Super-big sign: Super Bowl XXXVIII graphics adorn the front of the Hilton Americas hotel downtown. The eyes of the world will be on Houston this weekend as the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers vie for the National Football League championship at Reliant Stadium.


TOP STORIES
 

Debate highlights Pledge, religious issues
Students and faculty filled the Law Center's Krost Hall auditorium Wednesday to hear two religious experts' interpretations of the Founding Fathers' intentions on separating church and state.
 

French religious laws at odds with culture
Equal opportunity and security have increasingly become a considerable part of political platforms, and the United States isn't the only nation carrying these two issues on a pair of Libra-like shoulders. The Libra sign is considered the most capable of putting itself in another's shoes to make an objective judgement. The French government tried to pass a law decreeing that no noticeable religious symbols were to be worn in school. No crosses, no yamikas, no veils, rien.
 

Pats, Cats play blue-collar bowl
We know everything about one team and nothing about the other.We know the Carolina Panthers are going to try to pound the stifling New England defensive line from one first down to the next.
 

Hair metal returns at last
By now you've probably heard it. Some brave soul may have played it on a juke box in a bar, or you may have caught it during its major rotation on MTV or on any modern rock radio station. There's no denying it -- the chorus sticks like day-old gum in your brain. It's so different, yet so familiar. It's not something this decade is made of.

Cougar Comics
 

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 80, Friday, January 30, 2004


News

Debate highlights Pledge, religious issues

UHV names interim president

Most fraternity, sorority problems are the result of alcohol abuse, former judge says


Opinion

French religious laws at odds with culture

FCC must keep Clear Channel in check

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Pats, Cats play blue-collar bowl

Door open for UH road win 

Cougars itching to compete again

UH hopes hogs can't swim

TCU will split C-USA


Arts & Entertainment

Hair metal returns at last

Big game weekend full of concerts

Weekend releases won't win any awards



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