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By Manuel Rearte/The Daily Cougar
Fragile: Graduate students Rob McBride, foreground,
and Mike Quance study evolution and the ecology of microorganisms in a
campus laboratory Thursday.
talk turns political
The UH Women's Resource Center served
chocolate cake and a bit of controversy during a voter registration drive
to mark the 84th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,
which guaranteed American women the right to vote.
takes advantage, Bush bungles
Despite the respect and compassion
shown by the rest of the world after 9/11, President Bush blew the greatest
opportunity of his presidency. Bush could have had the world united with
America in a time of war and despair, but the momentum he generated leading
this country during its darkest hours has slowly evaporated thanks to his
Loan Ranger mentality.
will get closer to the action, hopefully not hit by volleyball
For those fans who may want to get
a closer and more personal feel for the UH volleyball squad, the time has
concerts filled with variety
As school begins to get going there
are surprisingly few shows this weekend. But don't worry, because there
are some pretty cool ones to check out.
Volume 70, Issue 5, Friday, August 27, 2004
WRC talk turns political
State funds not in danger, VP says
Linebacker hits stereotypes hard
Student's dorm room gets a free makeover
Kerry takes advantage, Bush bungles
Some officers are 'Bad Boys' indeed
Fans will get closer to the action,
hopefully not hit by volleyball
UH offense, defense keep C-USA coaches
Weekend concerts filled with variety
Luminaria's lyrics can't save its long
Young buck perfect for local rap radio
Recreation a matter of personal choice