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By Manuel Reate/The Daily Cougar
Castles of air: Architecture freshman Neda Nikahd
works on a project for her Conceptual Structural Systems class in the Architecture
Building's atrium Thursday. The class project involved researching inflatable
structures, which could be an inexpensive, resource-friendly way to provide
housing in areas with rapid population growth.
residents voice distaste for dorms
About 25 students from the Quadrangle
residence halls voiced their housing concerns Thursday in a focus group
meant to collect input for future housing development on the UH campus.
hope for unity out of reach
Nov. 3 saw the end of a tight election
for the presidency. About an hour after John Kerry's succession speech,
President George W. Bush came out and gave his acceptance speech.
only gets better with age
There is much to look forward to in
getting older. At 16, you're sweet. At 18, you're legal. At 21, you can
legally drink. At 30, everyone hopes to have moved on past the incidents
of their twenties. And at 40, you're only 10 years away from going over
looks to push movies with a cause
All you have to do is catch a glimpse
of Gael Garcia Bernal's films and you know he is unquestionably the film
world's rebel with a cause.
Volume 70, Issue 59, Friday, November 12, 2004
Quad residents voice distaste
Historian helps make vision of past a bit
Daily Cougar places third in contest
Bush's hope for unity out of reach
UH needs to keep eye on homeless problem
Racial identities should be determined
by the individual
Talent only gets better with age
Cougars head to La. on weekend road
Fantasy man opens fantasy mailbag
Bernal looks to push movies with a cause
Alumnus returns to share story of Grandma
Pianist profs to perform peice by staff
UH band hosts first benefit concert