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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Ice cold: Ciny Panicker, a business senior and member of the Kappa Phi Gamma sorority, hands out frozen treats during the Multicultural Greek Council's Walk of Fame on Monday at Butler Plaza. The event kicked off a week showcasing the MCG's 14 fraternities and sororities.


Garage fees, practicality questioned
UH students said they are concerned about the financial impact of a proposed $25.8 million parking garage in part of Parking Lot 1A.

Lies, misconceptions hinder pot debate
The war on drugs is a politician's dream: they can simultaneously sound tough on crime and compassionate about our children's future. It isn't a surprising phenomenon -- myths and misinformation make it an easy issue to exploit. Many Americans do not realize how much money and how many resources are being diverted to fight the "boogey man," and just how unfair the fight really is.

Bell heard around UH world
Among the players receiving attention from national award watch lists, the Cougars have one of nation's best place kickers. Dustin Bell is a local talent who was heavily recruited out of Jersey Village High School. The transition to football was a relatively easy one for the 6-2, 235-pound Bell, who has played soccer most of his life. 

'Pay attention, you could miss something'
Richard Kelly was one lucky man. He got the opportunity to direct his first screenplay without an overbearing studio intruding into his vision and was aided by some gracious producers (one being Drew Barrymore). Making waves amongst those in attendance at the Sundance Film Festival, Donnie Darko found distribution, but did poorly upon wide release. 

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 70, Issue 7, Tuesday, August 31, 2004


Garage fees, practicality questioned

Scales to tip in next four years

Air Force ROTC gets new offices

Service today remembers fallen activist


Lies, misconceptions hinder pot debate

The grain that broke the camel's back

Buying American isn't supporting America

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Bell heard around UH world

Lady Cougar basketball faces tough opponents

Life & Arts

'Pay attention, you could miss something'

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