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By Kristen Ortwerth/The Daily Cougar
Giving: Computer engineering technology junior Amado Gracia studies
for his comparative politics class as he donates blood on campus Monday.
"I like giving something back to the community somehow, some way," Gracia
in Bush's proposal minimal
In an attempt to ease rising college
tuition, President George W. Bush has proposed raising Pell Grants by $500
over five years -- but that increase may not help students much, a UH official
sweats global warming
To most Americans, global warming
is the stuff of movies, nothing more. Nowhere else has this ideology rooted
itself more firmly than Houston, where oil is king.
topple trio of Texas opponents
The UH tennis team had a Texas showdown
over the weekend as they faced off against Texas Tech, Texas State and
Prarie View A&M at home.
essence rides on 'Blue Train'
If there were a musical sainthood,
John Coltrane would be first in line for canonization. He approached his
art with a scholar's devotion and an unwavering desire to innovate, and
the goal was not material success, but enlightenment.
Volume 70, Issue 92, Tuesday, February 15, 2005
Increase in Bush's proposal
Alumni add gay flair to the air
Board to see new admissions policy
UH student sets sights on presidency
Houston sweats global warming
An open mind cures Francophobia
Letters to the Editor
Cougars topple trio of Texas opponents
Coogs show they can play tough
Coltrane's essence rides on 'Blue Train'
Mediocrity is healed in time with 'Scar'
Girls can be guide to good music, if not