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By Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar
Think it over: John Burstein, aka Slim Goodbody,
discusses the wonders of the brain and nervous system during a performance
of Bodyology on Monday at Cullen Performance Hall. Burstein has produced
children's education programming for 28 years; his Slim Goodbody's Life
Skills 101, a series of programs that aired on public television nationwide,
won the 2003 Parents Choice Gold Award.
fee bills highlight SGA concerns
The Student Government Association
plans to spend this semester monitoring projects established last semester
and evaluating academic fees.
better off outside classroom
The Supreme Court stopped a New York
school district from requiring students to say school prayers in 1962.
Since that decision, schools all across the country have stopped teaching
any beliefs in God and any beliefs from a particular religion.
As the UH tennis team gets ready for
the 2005 spring season, it looks to build upon the success of this fall
A acts set to perform at Rodeo
After the calves are roped, the bucking
bulls are subdued and the cowboys and cowgirls disappear back through the
dust of the chute gate with their shiny new belt buckles, the spotlight
will turn to the real VIP of the 2005 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Volume 70, Issue 77, Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Shuttles, fee bills highlight
New logo embraces evolving college
Registration suffers small student drop
Hofheinz a little messier with toilet paper
Religion better off outside classroom
Republicans lead Social Security reform
Only the beginning
Season's start just around the corner
for Cougar baseball
Lady Cougars split road trip in conference
Grade A acts set to perform at Rodeo
'The Punisher' adds actions to gory comic
Jada may have to kiss reply goodbye