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To Our Readers

Due to a faulty network switch, we were late
publishing the Friday, February 20 edition of 
The Daily Cougar Online 
Information Technology personnel have 
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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar


Careers in space: Anne Roemer of the education and student programs office at NASA's Johnson Space Center discusses programs at the space center with members of the Biology and Biochemistry Undergraduate Association on Thursday.

TOP STORIES
 

Filing for SGA election will end Monday
Students have until Monday evening to file for candidacy for the Student Government Association general election, scheduled for March 10 and 11.
 

Does today's society lack moral backbone?
Have we forgotten Martin Luther King Jr.'s message? One might look at how much America has changed since his time. Look at the laws enacted in support of equality. Look at the change in attitudes. Children may be taught different ideas about other people than 40 years ago, but attitudes have not changed as much as people would like to believe. 
 

UH buckles down for stretch drive
Houston has four games remaining, and the team is in control of its postseason chances.
 

Films cost more than they merit
All you have to do to find out what's wrong with films these days is look at the bottom line.
 

Cougar Comics
 

Campus Spotlight

Volume 69, Issue 95, Friday, February 20, 2004


News

Filing for SGA election will end Monday

Final six groups will have SFAC hearings

Biomed program could help build local field


Opinion

Does today's society lack moral backbone?

San Francisco marriages will set precedent

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

UH buckles down for stretch drive

Coogs try to stay hot


Arts & Entertainment

Films cost more than they merit

Rock, Mardi Gras bring crowds



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