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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
The business of education: Master's of business
administration student Roy Krisanto studies Tuesday at the Starbucks in
Melcher Hall. The coffee shop, which opened a few weeks ago, has proven
a popular spot for students on the east side of campus.
offering limited flu shots
The University Health Center on Tuesday
resumed administering flu shots to students, faculty and staff -- with
has no real plan to win terror war
When al-Qaida terrorists hijacked
four U.S. commercial jet aircraft and brought the war on terror home, America
was caught completely unprepared. When President Bush was informed of the
attack, he did not immediately react to the threat.
pitching propels UH
The softball squad faced off against
Galveston, San Jacinto, Sam Houston, Texas Tech, Blinn, Baylor and Nicholls
State in a tournament hosted by Spring Klein College in Spring Klein over
'Calling' gets legacy treatment
In 1979, The Clash was in a predicament.
Their first two albums had been well received, but the members of the band
felt it had come time to break out of the constricting creative avenue
of punk and make a definitive statement.
Volume 70, Issue 42, Wednesday, October 20, 2004
UH offering limited flu shots
AD on hand to discuss fee cap
UH offers free breast cancer screenings
Shepard calls for understanding, action
Bush has no real plan to win terror
Kerry's plan is only to be elected
Strong pitching propels UH
Age shouldn't be issue for Heisman
Cougars finish 2nd in Louisiana tourney
Clash's 'Calling' gets legacy treatment
Houston filled with sounds of Terror night
Ramone should have been spared for Bono,
Future of flu vaccine more than politics