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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 81, Monday, February 2, 2004


News

Committee names 6th provost candidate

SFAC set to begin hearings next week

Fiesta organizers work for diversity

MyDoom worm is fastest spreading ever

Campus Crime Update


Opinion

Right and wrong often absolute

Society offers shallow absolution

Culture's meant to be shared

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

No bull: UH gets first road win

Harris leads UH to victory at USF

S&D falls to Arkansas

Cougars win, drive their fans crazy



Arts & Entertainment

Weekend releases offer little in quality

Bash doesn't live up to hype

Sex workers speak against injustice

Toasters shake off ska's early demise



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