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Hitting the books: Electrical engineering seniors Maria Cristina Cavazos, left, and Cristobal Martinez, electrical engineering junior Maricruz Silva and mechanical engineering technology senior Danny Thai pore over notes in the Society of Mexican-American Engineers and Scientists study area. The area, located in the Engineering Laboratory building, is open to all engineering majors.
 


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Air-quality degree plan is already in demand
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has proposed a new interdepartmental bachelor's degree in environmental systems and modeling, a program that will focus on reducing pollution.
 

ISS vital to future space travel
So we want to go to Mars, do we? Of course we do ? provided we have the money. In the meantime, we probably want to be prepared. That comes from the International Space Station, the laboratory we share with some of our earthly neighbors. That is where we need to put more of our space resources.
 

Coogs face tougher cats
The Cougars will be looking to bounce back from a tough triple overtime 75-72 loss at the hands of Southern Miss as they host the No. 10 Cincinnati Bearcats at 2 p.m. Saturday in Hofheinz Pavilion.
 

Jet Li's name not wasted on PS2 game
With the exception of Lord of the Rings, licensed games have been the worst of all gaming. From the technical failure of Enter the Matrix to every Dragon Ball, X-Men, Superman and Batman game ever made, licensed games have been insipid and uninspired, half-finished games with a popular character thrown in. Gamers probably will expect no more from the Jet Li-touting Rise to Honor.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 85, Friday, February 6, 2004


News

Air-quality degree plan is already in demand

Search open until position is filled

Super Bowl's effects on city go beyond sports world


Opinion

ISS vital to future space travel

Celebrities not worthy of worship

Other viewpoints need to be seen

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Coogs face tougher cats

Cougars don't plan on breaking their stride

UH plunges into difficult weekend


Arts & Entertainment

Jet Li's name not wasted on PS2 game

El Rocodo keeps Latin music spicy

Local acts replace Super Bowl music

Nothing acceptable about weekend films



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