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mourns death, celebrates life of true champion
A memorial service was held at the
A.D. Bruce Religion Center in honor of Rodger L. Peters, a UH alumnus,
staff member and disabled rights activist who died July 10. Among those
present were his parents.
help circumvent First Amendment
Republicans are growing excited at
the prospect of another four years with the extreme right in control of
Capitol Hill. Under the leadership of a lame-duck president unencumbered
by concerns of voter backlash, conservatives will not hesitate to cram
more of their extremist agenda down our collective throats. The school
voucher program is one of the issues on this agenda.
schedule to test UH early
Cougar roundball fans can now get
their first glimpse of the 2004-05 season after the release of the schedule
music battles are found only in hip-hop
The battle fuels hip-hop. The West
Coast has to be better than the East Coast, independent hip-hop just has
to be better than mainstream rap and everyone you know has an opinion on
the beef between Pac and Biggie.
Volume 70, Issue 8, Wednesday, September 1, 2004
UH mourns death, celebrates
life of true champion
Elementary ed is making gains
Students 'hang out' later in UC
Students exploring new book options
Vouchers help circumvent First Amendment
Vouchers put power in taxpayer's hands
Letters to the Editor
2004-05 schedule to test UH early
National League playoff race brings
'America loves the underdog'
NCAA puts Williams in limbo with ruling
True music battles are found only in hip-hop
Personal trainers do a body good
'Within' offers 'Piano Fantasy'
Rec center among best in Texas