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New degree would focus on pollution
Members of the UH System Board of Regents will consider a proposal to create a bachelor of science program in environmental systems and modeling, a course of study designed to train Houstonians to deal with the city's air quality problems, during committee meetings today.
 

Web vigilantes walking a thin moral wire
As an American male and a shameless geek, I have to admit that Batman is one of my personal heroes: he's an ordinary human who fights crime mainly by virtue of his brains and years of training. He's not afraid to do what he knows is right, even if it may get him in trouble. At times, this puts him on the wrong side of the law, but that's par for the course for a comic book superhero.
 

Belichick makes Pats dynasty 
Before the season began, those who passionately follow the gridiron world might have wondered which team would pound out a couple of championships to become the NFL's next dynasty.
He doesn't want to talk about it. Neither does Joffrey Reynolds. Or Nick Eddy, or  Hanik Milligan. Or any of the coaches.
 

New deli offers low prices on good food
Brown Bag Deli, the new sandwich shop from the owners of the popular Barnaby's chain of local cafes, has gained quite a following in the six months it's been in business for serving up fresh fare in a low-key setting. Residents of nearby areas flock to this spot for a quick lunch consisting almost exclusively of cold deli-style sandwiches and traditional lunchtime sides. Essentially, it's fast food service is swift and your order is ready within two minutes. But you will find no greasy hamburgers or fries here, just the aforementioned sandwich and maybe a vegetarian burger.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 82, Tuesday, February 3, 2004


News

New degree would focus on pollution

Textbook trials

Project Row Houses gives hope to young mothers


Opinion

Web vigilantes walking a thin moral wire

Logic often eclipsed by close-mindedness

Voting the key to America's future

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Belichick makes Pats dynasty 

Lady Coogs win with defens

UH back home after rough road 

UH 2-0 in the spring


Arts & Entertainment

New deli offers low prices on good food

Like Magic

Hip-hop misrepresented at summit 

Singer's 'Revolution' begins



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