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would cut fee funding cap
The Student Government Association
Senate took time during its meeting Wednesday to discuss a bill that would
incrementally decrease the 35 percent cap on student fee money individual
organizations can receive.
is a question of viability
Ideology continues to drive the abortion
debate because scientists have failed to take a stand on facts. "Science
has things to say about when life begins," asserts Arthur Caplan, a Bioethicist
and professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
say they're not taking UH lightly
After last week's 10-7 defeat at the
hands of crosstown rival Rice in their Bayou Bucket season opener, UH will
travel to Norman, Okla., on Saturday to face off against the Oklahoma Sooners,
ranked second by The Associated Press.
Texas makes a Houston stop tonight
Paris, Texas isn't a Texas band --
they're from the Midwest, and their major-label debut, Like You Like an
Arsonist is full of catchy, energetic pop rock. Whether or not that's a
good thing is up to the listener, but one thing is certain: It's the kind
of music that makes for a very sweaty and enjoyable live set.
Volume 70, Issue 13, Thursday, September 9, 2004
Proposal would cut fee funding
UH finds ways to cut power bill
Professor's book focuses on shame
Abortion is a question of viability
Bush shouldn't tout 9/11 in campaign
Show some pride, fight for the red and
Letters to the Editor
Sooners say they're not taking UH lightly
Cougars say they'll be ready for Sooners
As preseason candidate, Lyttle needs
Paris, Texas makes a Houston stop tonight
Fans must stop the takeover of bad bands
'Murder' more like overkill
Movies, sports, fiestas load weekend
Local act set on fast track to rock