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By Anna Reyes/The Daily Cougar
'I'd rather be canoeing': Members of the American Society of Civil
Engineers at UH load Thundercat, a 20-foot-long, 200-pound concrete canoe,
for transportation to Austin on Thursday afternoon. The students built
the concrete boat to compete against teams from several regional schools
in Austin this weekend; the UH team won third place last year.
encourages scientific interest
Among the people Nobel laureate James
Watson addressed on campus during a visit Thursday was a seemingly unlikely
group: high school journalism students.
Friday: The war on pop culture
Do dress codes and character education
make model students?
look to seniors for wins against Billikens
The Houston Softball team returns
home to continue Conference USA play this weekend against St. Louis with
the action beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday at UH Softball Complex.
throw blood bash
'Hell to Pay'
Are you a fan of horror movies? Does
the thought of being doused in fake (or possibly real) blood at a show
get you excited?
Volume 70, Issue 125, Friday, April 8, 2005
Watson encourages scientific
Arch students: ban 'just doesn't work'
Bill to increase staff diversity
Forum Friday: The war on pop culture
Cougars look to seniors for wins against
Pre-season only adds to anticipation
Robbers throw blood bash for 'Hell