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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar
Roll with it: Communication students (from left)
Charles Booth, a junior; Nolan Vander Haagen, a sophomore; and Jorge Diaz,
a junior, practice rolling cable Thursday under the direction of professor
Paul Schneider, right. Rolling cable is one of the basic skills media production
students are required to learn.
measuring up in classroom
It pays to be a student athlete. Not
only do they get their names in the paper and glory on the playing field,
but they may also have better chances of graduating and higher grade-point
averages, based on reports from UH's Athletics Department.
Iraq policies may end with draft
The 2004 presidential election is
growing nearer, and the most relevant issue the mainstream media has found
to cover is which candidate was the most irresponsible during Vietnam.
As the corporate sponsored bicker-fest continues unabated, an infinitely
more important issue is being all but ignored: the resumption of the military
season gets off to fast start at MacGregor Park
The Cougar cross country men and women
began the 2004 season Wednesday with a pair of top-10 finishes in the Houston/Rice
music a must for Labor Day
Labor day weekend is upon us and with
that Monday holiday on the horizon, it's time to head out on the scene
and check out some of the best live music this town has to offer.
Volume 70, Issue 10, Friday, September 3, 2004
Athletes measuring up in
UH offers cheap software options
Student takes joy in playing music
Chem professor to present latest biochip
Bush's Iraq policies may end with draft
Kerry can't ignore the criticism forever
Marathon season gets off to fast start
at MacGregor Park
Preseason shakes up draft day plans
Bryant case leaves both parties with
Live music a must for Labor Day
Southmore House will host local artist