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Best foot forward: Cindy Anderson, a freshman finance major, chats with a friend while getting a pedicure from stylist Vanessi Khan at Jonorr's Hair, Nail and Body Salon in the University Center on Thursday.

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UH research to redefine data storage
Electrical engineering professors Dmitri Litvinov and Jack Wolfe are the principal investigators in developing the first nano-patterned medium recording, which stores data at one terabyte per square inch. That's the equivalent of storing the contents of 1,500 compact discs on an area the size of a postage stamp.
 

Vioxx debacle shakes faith in medicine
People who have had a moderate to severe muscular strain or surgery to repair muscles in the last few years were likely prescribed a pain relieving medicine called Vioxx.
 

'Monday Night Football' ventures into obscenity
This may be a step away from my normal sports-talk rhetoric, but there is something that's concerning me. 
 

History and action collide in 'Treasure'
A treasure hunt for virtually the biggest prize imaginable, a race to steal highly guarded and revered government documents and an interesting view and quasi-history of the country's Founding Fathers are what moviegoers can look forward to in Disney's National Treasure.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 70, Issue 64, Friday, November 19, 2004


News

UH research to redefine data storage

Saturday grill-off heats up game

Optometry college offers free exams

SPC considers USA Today newspaper proposal

Moores taps into the French Baroque


Opinion

Vioxx debacle shakes faith in medicine

Media encourage false beliefs about Islam

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

'Monday Night Football' ventures into obscenity

Fantasy fans shold capitalize on injuris and match ups


Life & Arts

History and action collide in 'Treasure'

UH gamers can challenge others on 'Halo 2'

Audience chooses outcome with Voices

Hot Snakes bring rock to Houston on Sunday



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