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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

A mammoth mission: Fifth-graders from Bales Intermediate School in Friendswood (from left) Laura-Kate Dilles, Sarah Martin, Amanda McKee and Maddy Landon watch their model, the Mars Mammoth, during the Mars Rover Model Competition at the University Center on Saturday. The contest, organized by the World Space Congress, brought together primary and middle school students from more than 25 Houston-area schools to display their models of vehicles that would carry out specific scientific missions on the Red Planet.


Grants bolster Law Center program
The UH Law Center Immigration Clinic has been awarded two grants totaling more than $62,000 to help indigent refugees and domestically abused immigrants receive citizenship and justice.

Could Catholics get condom sense?
When Archbishop Basil Casmoussa of the Roman Catholic Church was suddenly kidnapped Monday in the Iraqi city of Mosul and then released a day later, Catholics (and terrorists) the world over breathed a sigh of relief. From that incident, I would have said the Catholic Church was having a bad week. 

Cougars out-swim Incarnate Word
The Cougar swimming and diving squad traveled west to San Antonio to face the University of Incarnate Word where they defeated the Cardinals 73-62 Friday, improving their record to 5-7.

Aesop, Lif rev up fans for 'Fast Cars'
Houston hip-hop fans upset with the fact that two of the most notable independent artists, Aesop Rock and Mr. Lif, skipped town on their latest tour only have their local scene to blame. 

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 70, Issue 76, Monday, January 24, 2005


Grants bolster Law Center program

Gift total for SECC pushes past $1M

UH student turns eyes to furthering her education

Blaffer's multimedia exhibit garners national recognition


Could Catholics get condom sense?

Still time to reconsider Iraqi election date

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Cougars out-swim Incarnate Word

UH-Downtown student Juan Diaz retains lightweight title at Reliant

Men's squad takes team title, women's takes third

Cougars run over Bulls in second road victory

Life & Arts

Aesop, Lif rev up fans for 'Fast Cars'

Rec center helps students keep resolutions

No love for Luigi in the Mushroom Kingdom

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