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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Tuning Up: Mario Vaulkner and Steve Sandefur, members of the band
Kerosene, prepare for a show during Coogstock on Tuesday afternoon at the
Moody Towers. The event, which featured live bands, was part of Cougar
Roar, a week of programming to welcome campus residents to UH.
help bring Mars closer
Years from now, life may be found
on Mars -- human life. UH physics professor Edgar Bering and graduate student
Michael Brukardt are two of the researchers working on the Variable Specific
Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket, a project with the potential to help put
a human on Mars.
tax plans fail while Iraq war balloons deficit
The Bush campaign is desperately trying
to show voters that this administration has not only successfully responded
to 9/11 and decimated a demoralized, third-rate army in Iraq, but also
that Bush's trickle-down economic policy has turned around our economy
at the same time.
reasons to go see the Coogs
Class is back in session, and that
means heading back to those dreadful hour or hour-and-a-half long lectures.
Already, students are looking for a reprieve.
act aims to inspire future bands
For David Keys, singer/songwriter
of local band Ashbury Keys, putting together a band five years ago was
simply a "necessity" of his writing.
Volume 70, Issue 3, Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Researchers help bring Mars
SGA to address campus issues
Proposal calls for intel reform
Army offering bigger bonuses for grads
Job, tax plans fail while Iraq war balloons
Bush tax cuts have revitalized the economy
Kerry too inconsistent to be right choice
10 reasons to go see the Coogs
'We're gonna jump right in and see
how good we are'
Recruits and veterans hope to build
Student athletes live up to names
Fantasy picks for your team
Houston act aims to inspire future bands
Hip-hop headed right for mainstream's limelight
HRC's latest release is a simple pop 'reality'
Creamy solutions for dry skin
'Paper' covers life's challenges, hopes