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By Brandon Hendricks/The Daily Cougar
Good dog: Omega Delta Phi members Victor Haus,
left, a mechanical engineering junior, and computer science sophomore Carlos
Abauto prepare hot dogs Tuesday at the Philip Guthrie Hoffman Hall Breezeway.
The group was holding a hot dog sale to raise money for scholarships for
high school students; two $500 scholarships are given each year.
re-heats food service debate
The Residence Halls Association's
first General Assembly meeting of the semester turned into a food-service
debate after Vice President of Administration Ashley Glaw presented her
committee update Tuesday night.
opens door to police searches
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that
police officers can use drug-sniffing dogs to search vehicles during routine
traffic stops, the Chicago Tribune reported.
look to keep undefeated streak at home alive vs. Tulane
Home may be where the heart is, but
it's also where the Cougars' success has been this season.
shares self in 'Knuckle Down'
I was never a big fan of Ani DiFranco.
It was one of those situations where I respected her musicianship, I just
simply wasn't into her sound. But Knuckle Down has changed my opinion about
this female artist who will no doubt go down in history as one of the greatest
women in music -- ever.
Volume 70, Issue 78, Wednesday, January 26, 2005
RHA re-heats food service
New Faculty Senate president promises unity
State enrollment below goal
Ruling opens door to police searches
Maroon, burnt orange shame Cougar red
Pursuit for 'happiness' drowns life
Letters to the Editor
Cougars look to keep undefeated streak
at home alive vs. Tulane
UH announces non-C-USA schedule, new
After four weeks, 2005 is already memorable
DiFranco shares self in 'Knuckle Down'
Nintendo has gamers seeing double
Carson may have fought for last breath